Season-ticket prices for Denver Broncos home games in 2010 will not be raised for the second consecutive year, the club announced Thursday.
Tickets located on the United Club Level at INVESCO Field at Mile High also will be reduced in price by approximately 21 percent for the 2010 season.
Season-ticket holders were notified of the pricing information through invoices mailed last week.
“We recognize and understand the economic challenges facing our fans,” Broncos Senior Vice President of Business Development Mac Freeman said. “Their support for the Broncos has remained overwhelming despite an uncertain financial climate. We appreciate their loyalty and want to make sure they can continue to share in the excitement of our team during the 2010 season.”
In addition to pricing information, Broncos season-ticket holders were informed of the creation of a Family Zone seating area at INVESCO Field at Mile High as part of the club’s seat improvement process. This alcohol-free area is comprised of four sections totaling approximately 750 seats, and fans have the option of relocating to those seats based on their season-ticket priority number.
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