A limited amount of individual game tickets for the 2018 Denver Broncos season go on sale July 25 at 10 a.m. MDT, the club announced on Monday.
According to a release, a “very limited amount” of full-price tickets for select games will be available, along with 2,000 half-price tickets allotted as part of the operating agreement between the Metropolitan Football Stadium District when Broncos Stadium at Mile High was first built.
While ticket availability will vary, the team will offer a variety of price levels for tickets, and inventory includes the full- and half-price tickets, ADA tickets, and club seat tickets.
Fans can purchase tickets at Broncos Stadium at Mile High or online through Ticketmaster.com. Those seeking half-price tickets, however, must pre-register through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program by July 23.
Only four half-price tickets may be purchased per household, and there are no multiple-game purchases allowed. All sales for half-price tickets are final and there’s no exchanges, refunds, or cancellations.
The club will also be transitioning to mobile ticketing during the 2018 football season, which requires ticket holders to access tickets via the Broncos 365 app or through the Ticketmaster Account Manager on a mobile device.
Printed PDF tickets will no longer be valid.
For more information, visit DenverBroncos.com/Tickets or contact the Broncos ticket office at 720-258-3333 or email@example.com.
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