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If Denverites paid off their credit card debt, they could afford to buy the Denver Broncos

Denver Post Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Denverites had more than $3.3 billion in debt by the end of March, averaging more than $11,500 in debt per household, according to a newly released credit card debt study. The average paydown per household by the end of March was only $444, the WalletHub study showed.
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