The Denver Broncos will begin selling tickets for individual home games during the 2016 season on Thursday, July 28, at 2pm MDT.
Ticket availability will vary, as the Broncos have sold out 359 consecutive regular-season games dating back to 1970, but a limited number of tickets (mostly single seats) will be available for all games.
The Broncos plan to offer fans a variety of price levels, as well as points of purchase. Included in the inventory available for the public are full-price tickets, half-price tickets, ADA tickets and club seat tickets.
All of the ticket inventory will be available through Ticketmaster.
The rules for half-price tickets
A total of 2,000 half-price tickets per game will be available for purchase in compliance with the legislation and operating agreement with the Metropolitan Football Stadium District put into place upon the construction of the stadium.
The Broncos and the MFSD have placed the following restriction on the purchase of half-price tickets:
- There will be a limit of four tickets per household and no multiple-game purchases are allowed. (This will be verified by Ticketmaster by name and credit card usage. Orders exceeding the purchase limit will be cancelled.)
- All sales are final and there are no exchanges, cancellations or refunds.
- Tickets will be delivered to the buyer’s mobile device on the day of the game and buyer will be able to enter any gate.
What about club seats?
Maybe, if you’re lucky!
There will be a very limited amount of club seats designated for single-game sales. The locations will be available on the East and West United Club Levels for single-game purchase.
To buy your Broncos single-game tickets, check Ticketmaster starting at 4pm Mountain time.