Denver Broncos' single-game ticket sell out in minutes

1:45 PM, Jul 8, 2013   |    comments
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DENVER - The Denver Broncos on Tuesday announced that tickets for individual games during the 2013 season at Sports Authority Field at Mile High will go on sale beginning Monday at 11 a.m. By 11:30, single-game tickets for the regular season were sold out. Preseason tickets were still available at that time.

The Broncos have sold out 333 consecutive regular-season games dating back to 1970.

The Broncos offered a variety of price levels, which are detailed at the bottom of this article, as well as points of purchase for their fans.

Ticket purchasers may buy seats via the Ticketmaster charge-by-phone system (1-800-745-3000), through the Internet at, local Ticketmaster outlets (including select Walmart stores, Cherry Creek Shopping Center Guest Services Desk, The Official Visitors Center at 1600 California St. Ste. 6, Town Center at Aurora Guest Services, Angelo's CD'S & More, and Twist & Shout). For best results, the Broncos recommend the online and charge-by-phone capabilities that Ticketmaster provides to help avoid long lines while gaining access to the same inventory.


  • Field Prime - $175.00 (full-priced ticket) $87.50 (half-priced ticket)
  • Field Goal Lines - $130.00 (full-priced ticket) $65.00 (half-priced ticket)
  • Field Corner - $120.00 (full-priced ticket) $60.00 (half-priced ticket)
  • Reserved Seats @ Level 3 - $95.00 (full-priced ticket) $47.50 (half-priced ticket)
  • Field/Plaza Endzone - $90.00 (full-priced ticket) $45.00 (half-priced ticket)
  • Upper Level Sideline - $75.00 (full-priced ticket) $37.50 (half-priced ticket)
  • Upper Level Corner - $65.00 (full-priced ticket) $32.50 (half-priced ticket)
  • Upper Level Endzone - $49.00 (full-priced ticket) $24.50 (half-priced ticket)
  • Club Level Starting at $180.00 (full-priced ticket)


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