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Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning calls the play against the Oakland Raiders in the first quarter of their NFL football game in Denver September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning calls the play against the Oakland Raiders in the first quarter of their NFL football game in Denver September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking  

Colorado doc will trade a free vasectomy for Broncos tickets

A Fort Collins, Colorado doctor is offering to trade services for a pair of tickets to the AFC Championship game in Denver but the deal only applies to men.

Specifically, he’s offering to perform a free vasectomy in exchange for Broncos tickets.

Dr. Steven Broman had made the offer before, when the Broncos faced the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2006 playoffs, according to an article on Complete Colorado. He ran the offer on Craigslist and almost made the trade. But the man only had one ticket.

“If you’ve only got one ticket, that’s OK, I can only do one side [of the procedure] if you want me to,” Broman told the man. ”He didn’t think that was very funny.”

While Broman’s offer might be the most unusual, it’s not the only trade being offered online for tickets to Sunday’s showdown between the Broncos and the New England Patriots. Denver’s Fox 31 reported that fans are offering to trade everything from ATVs to jewelry.

But what about the family jewels? Broman — a season-ticket holder — is not looking for two tickets for himself, Complete Colorado reported, but as giveaways to his staff.

“They work their tails off, and I appreciate them a ton, so yes, I’m willing to make that trade if anyone wants to take me up on it,” Broman told the website.

He added that he would also perform a free snipping on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, “[b]ut he has to do it within the next 48 hours.”

The Fox station reported that the average ticket price on the open market is breaking records, selling for $779. The previous record is $530. Vasectomies, on the other hand, cost about $1,000.

The Broncos are favored to win by 5.5 points, according to Las Vegas odds-makers on Thursday.

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