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Single-game Broncos tickets on sale July 8...grab the Batphone!

For about 1.2 seconds on July 8 at 11 a.m., you will have a chance to call or log on to to try to buy regular price tickets to a Broncos game this fall!

Good morning, Broncos Country!

Hope you've been saving some money this summer because when single-game Broncos tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. MT July 8, there is going to be a new price-tier for the home games.

Now games will be grouped into three levels: Preseason (San Francisco, Arizona); Premium (Minnesota, Kansas City, Oakland, San Diego) and Marquee (Baltimore, Green Bay, New England, Cincinnati). Single-game ticket prices for the 2015 season will range from $25-$435.

The Denver Broncos have sold out 349 consecutive games dating back to 1970. So get out the Batphone if you want to buy a ticket.

"Although our single-game ticket inventory is extremely limited, we are introducing a variable pricing format like many NFL teams to maximize the options and value for our fans," said Broncos senior vice president of business development Mac Freeman.

You can get those tickets via or its charge-by-phone system (800-745-3000). If you are 18 and enjoy camping out on cement and smoking weed, then standing in line at Ticketmaster outlets is also an option. (These outlets include select Walmart stores, Cherry Creek Shopping Center Guest Services Desk, The Official Visitors Center at 1600 California St. Ste. 6, Town Center @ Aurora Guest Services, Angelo's CD'S & More, and Twist & Shout).

It should come as no surprise the recommended method is either online or charge-by-phone to skip long lines (and, of course, avoid getting higher than your Mile High Stadium seats are actually going to be!)

A "very limited" number of full-price tickets will be available at all the Ticketmaster outlets for select games, and a total of 2,000 half-price tickets per game can be purchased only via online or phone.

The following procedures for half-price tickets have been implemented by the Broncos:

  • 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.
  • All tickets must be claimed at gate entry on the day of the purchased game. Only buyers of the half-price tickets will be authorized to pick up their orders.
  • There will be no name changes on half-price tickets.
  • The buyer must present the credit card used to purchase the tickets to claim their tickets at the entry gate.
  • After claiming their half-price tickets, buyers must go directly into the stadium.

There will also be a limited amount of tickets on sale July 8 for ADA as well as Club Seating. For additional information on ADA seating qualifications, see the ADA section of

Club Seat locations will be available on the East and West United Club Levels for single-game purchase via the Ticketmaster charge-by-phone system (800-745-3000), at any Ticketmaster outlet and on

The Broncos have sold out 349 consecutive regular-season games, dating back to 1970. In my experience, this means that if you don't have season tickets, you need the Batphone to get through to, or you're going to be like me and calling NFL Ticket Exchange to pay top dollar for the nosebleeds this fall. :) The good news is, going to a game at Mile High is going to a game at Mile High - awesome experience!

Ah, the (high) price to pay for being the best franchise in the NFL. Go Broncos!

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