Friday, February 04, 2005 - For the third consecutive year, the Broncos are raising ticket prices at Invesco Field at Mile High. Ticket prices are being raised in some of the lower-bowl areas. Some lower-bowl season-ticket prices were increased for the 2003 season; some upper-bowl prices were increased for the 2004 season. The highest season-ticket increase is $7 a game, which translates to $70 a season for eight regular-season games plus two preseason games. Ticket renewal forms are being mailed today. Last year, ticket prices went up $5 and $6 a ticket per game in the upper bowl.
Some Broncos ticket prices rise - Rocky Mountain News - Jeff Legwold
February 4, 2005 - After surveying the Denver Broncos' playoff loss in Indianapolis, coach Mike Shanahan said the team would have to dig a little deeper in 2005. So will the fans who want to watch the team play at Invesco Field at Mile High. The Broncos, whose season ended Jan. 9 with a 49-24 wild-card loss against the Colts, will raise ticket prices for seats in the lower bowl of the stadium as well as the prices for club seats or seats in luxury suites. The annual fee for club seats and suite rental will not change, but the price of tickets to a game will increase.
2004 Fourth Quarter: Your Memories - Denver Broncos.com
Thursday, February 3, 2005 - The fourth quarter of the season saw the Broncos win three times to clinch their second consecutive playoff berth and sixth postseason trip in the past nine seasons.
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