If you are looking for single-game tickets, then you will want to get in early when the Denver Broncos begin selling those today, July 26th at 2:00 p.m. MT as there will only be around 2,000 tickets available for each home game.
Expect to pay a premium as the Broncos have the second-highest average ticket price on the secondary market.
The Broncos froze their ticket prices after last season.
“We’ve had variable ticket increases the last several years and it was time to freeze ticket prices,'' said Broncos president Joe Ellis. "Our fans have been tremendously supportive and loyal. When you talk about a sellout streak that's nearly 50 years and 400 games long, you realize how fortunate we've been as an organization.”
However, this won’t likely affect the secondary market. That is driven by demand and given Broncos fans have sold out for nearly 50 consecutive seasons, the demand is going to be high.
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