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Broncos release ticket policy for the 2020 season

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The Denver Broncos have announced their ticket policy for 2020 and there will be some huge changes due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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With COVID-19 surging in many states, the NFL is doing everything they can to make sure their season stays on track. With that in mind, the Denver Broncos have announced their ticket policy for the 2020 season and there are some big changes to consider for season ticket holders.

“As we prepare for the season, our top priority as an organization remains the safety of fans, players, coaches and staff at Empower Field at Mile High,” the memo to season ticket holders stated. “Our decisions will continue to be guided by public health experts, local regulations and league policies. Any changes will be communicated with you as soon as possible.”

As expected, there will be a huge reduction in available seating for home games and social distancing strictly enforced. Season ticket holders will get priority to single-game tickets, but no guarantee they will be able to attend. The Broncos are offering a refund for the season that will allow season ticket holders to retain their season tickets and have them rollover to the 2021 season. The deadline to submit that request is August 14th.

The Broncos are offering several options to attend for season ticket and club seat members for the 2020 season. Given the priority for seats will be given towards season ticket holders, it is unlikely we’ll see many single-game tickets fall into the hands of non-season ticket holders this year.

If you have any questions related to these new policies, the Broncos have setup a COVID-19 FAQ section on their website.