Debbie's Deals: Half-price Denver Broncos ticket sale in 2014 will be on June 30

DENVER - It's time for one of my favorite deals of the year -- half-price tickets to the Denver Broncos.

One day a year, the Broncos and Ticketmaster sell 2,000 half-price tickets to each home game.

In 2014, the sale will be on Monday, June 30. Like last year, full-price tickets will go on sale at 11 a.m., half-price tickets will go on sale at 1 p.m. 

The half-price tickets are only available online at and through Ticketmaster's charge-by-phone system at 800-745-3000.

When buying tickets on, make sure you look carefully at the event titles. Each game is listed twice with one them as "HALF PRICE GAME." Those are the half price tickets.

The half-price tickets are required in the legislation that authorized the construction of Sports Authority Field at Mile High.


-- Rules For Half-Price Tickets --

There are lots of rules you should know before you buy, such as only the purchaser can pick up the tickets on the day of the game and that person (and their group) must go directly into the stadium after picking up the tickets.

You can only buy four half-price tickets per household per season. You can only buy tickets for one game. No multiple-game purchases available.

You must pick up your tickets on the day of the game and go directly into the stadium, so you can't resell the tickets. You must bring the credit card to the game that you used to buy the tickets.

There are no name changes.

Read more about the rules on the Denver Broncos website:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: These tickets sell out quickly. Each year people complain that they didn't get the tickets. That's because there's only 2,000 tickets per game, they sell fast. I have bought these tickets several times and co-workers bought tickets last year, so I can tell you these tickets do get bought by regular people.

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