On Monday, the Denver Broncos announced that single-game tickets for the 2018 regular season will go on sale Wednesday, July 25 at 10:00 a.m. Mile High time. The Broncos have sold out for 373 consecutive regular-season games, but a limited number of single-game tickets will still be available.
Fans will be limited to four tickets per household per game at the full-price ticket rate, but there are half-price options also available. For those, you must pre-register with Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program by Monday, July 23, 2018. There will be 2,000 half-price tickets per home game that will be available. A limited number of ADA Seating and Club Seating will also be available.
The biggest change will be in how fans purchase and show tickets at games. The team will no longer use paper tickets starting this season.
“The Broncos are committed to utilizing the latest in ticket technology to provide the best experience for our fans,” Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing Dennis Moore said in February. “Broncos fans have used mobile ticketing significantly over the last two seasons with more than 35 percent already accessing their tickets through this method. We look forward to all of our ticket holders experiencing the benefits of mobile tickets and will work with our fans to make this a smooth transition.”
Fans will need to use the free Broncos 365 mobile app or their Ticketmaster Account Manager on their phone to get into the game. Even printed PDF tickets will no longer be valid for entry.