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    I have a question. My family and I are heading out from Ohio to come to the Colts Thursday night game. I scored tickets in row 31 of section 518. How bad are these seats? Do you have to walk up a hundred steps to get to them? Close to restrooms? View? Any help us appreciated, thanks!

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    Originally posted by KWHIT97 View Post
    I have a question. My family and I are heading out from Ohio to come to the Colts Thursday night game. I scored tickets in row 31 of section 518. How bad are these seats? Do you have to walk up a hundred steps to get to them? Close to restrooms? View? Any help us appreciated, thanks!
    https://seatgeek.com/venues/empower-...8aAmCKEALw_wcB

    You can google broncos stadium seat chart....looks like you are about as high in the stadium as you can get, nose bleed area corner endzone

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      Originally posted by KWHIT97 View Post
      I have a question. My family and I are heading out from Ohio to come to the Colts Thursday night game. I scored tickets in row 31 of section 518. How bad are these seats? Do you have to walk up a hundred steps to get to them? Close to restrooms? View? Any help us appreciated, thanks!
      I'm in 506, row 22 (season tickets)...a bit of a climb, but not bad....great view, can see everything

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      • #4
        I can not speak for Bronco tickets.

        For SoFi tickets I highly recommend waiting until single game tickets are available. More supply = better choices and less cost. Think this applies to all Stadiums. Right now is a seller market imo

        Actually for SoFi I recommend an even crazier approach which I am pretty sure does not apply to Bronco home games and do not want to confuse anyone trying to see a Bronco home game.
        Let's Ride!

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          Any areas/neighborhoods in Denver I want to avoid (high crime, homelessness, run down, etc?)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by KWHIT97 View Post
            Any areas/neighborhoods in Denver I want to avoid (high crime, homelessness, run down, etc?)
            Just stay in Downtown Denver/16th St. Mall area. A lot of homeless/grifters but it is safe, lots of bars and places to eat, and free electric trolleys that run and down the street.

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