Want a shot at half-priced Broncos tickets? You have until tonight to register. – The Denver Post
Broncos fans have until 10 p.m. Monday to register for a chance at landing half-priced tickets to this season’s home games.
Ticketmaster is having potential buyers register with its Verified Fan program to help prevent bots from entering the purchasing process. Registering does not guarantee a ticket, but “it does make the ticket buying experience fairer by ensuring only other fans are competing for tickets,” according to the company.
Single-game tickets for Broncos home games will go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday.
Fans can only register for one of the games, and if selected to receive a code, there is a limit of four tickets per household. Tickets will be delivered to the buyer’s mobile device on the day of the game.
A total of 2,000 half-priced tickets will be available for purchase per the operating agreement with the Metropolitan Football Stadium District upon construction of Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
Beginning this season, paper tickets will no longer be accepted for Broncos games. The all-digital move is meant to help prevent counterfeit tickets. Those attending games must use Ticketmaster’s account manager on their phone to get inside Broncos Stadium at Mile High.
2018 Broncos home games
|1||Seattle Seahawks||Sunday, Sept. 9||2:25 p.m.|
|2||Oakland Raiders||Sunday, Sept. 16||2:25 p.m.|
|4||Kansas City Chiefs||Monday, Oct. 1||6:15 p.m.|
|6||Los Angeles Rams||Sunday, Oct. 14||2:05 p.m.|
|9||Houston Texans||Sunday, Nov. 4||2:05 p.m.|
|12||Pittsburgh Steelers||Sunday, Nov. 25||2:25 p.m.|
|15||Cleveland Browns||Saturday, Dec. 15||2:30 p.m.|
|17||Los Angeles Chargers||Sunday, Dec. 30||2:25 p.m.|
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