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Broncos increasing season ticket prices for the first time in 3 years

2/8/2019 6:02:02 PM
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The Broncos are increasing general season ticket prices in 2019 for the first time in three years, Ryan O'Halloran of the Denver Post reports.

Ninety-five percent of the general seats will have an increase of only one percent and the remaining five percent of seats will have an increase of less than 10 percent. This does not include club and suite ticket packages, which are separate multi-year contracts.

Invoices for renewals will be emailed to fans next week. Last year, the renewal rate was 98 percent. The Broncos said they have “close to,” 80,000 names on their waiting list for season tickets and expect a 50th consecutive year of sellouts.

“In order to keep pace with the league, and at the same time respect our fans and how much we appreciate them, we knew we needed an increase but we were cognizant of not going overboard,” said Clark Wray, the Broncos’ senior director of ticket strategy and analytics.

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