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  1. #106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frenchy180 View Post
    I'm pretty sure the limit is 4...
    You are right, it is 4. Doesn't matter. Ticketmaster makes it impossible to get tickets at face value anyway...
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    I'm a complete newbie to the thread and trying to sort through the Q&A's but have a question about the halfprice tickets. If you buy 4 for one game, you aren't guaranteed to sit by each other?

    I'm hoping to surprise my hubs with tickets to a game this year since he's a huge fan and never been to the game, but know so little about the process since we are from out of state.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BroncoFansWife View Post
    I'm a complete newbie to the thread and trying to sort through the Q&A's but have a question about the halfprice tickets. If you buy 4 for one game, you aren't guaranteed to sit by each other?

    I'm hoping to surprise my hubs with tickets to a game this year since he's a huge fan and never been to the game, but know so little about the process since we are from out of state.

    Thanks in advance!
    It's very difficult to get more than two seats next to each other at the stadium if you aren't buying from a second hand market such as NFL Ticket Exchange. This is simply due to the fact that 90% of the stadium is season ticket holders, so the remaining 10% are just kind of scattered around where seats are available. Usually you will be able to get 2 seats together for a specific game but for the more popular matchups even that is difficult.

    I will also advise you to be ready to try to get tickets the second they go on sale or you more than likely will not get any at half price. It is unfortunate with the way it works for nonseason ticket holders but there are just not that many seats available for a very large crowd that wants to go.

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    I am planning on going to the Falcons @ Broncos game. I don't want to spend more than $400 a ticket though. Are there "bad seats" that I won't really be able to see much? I want good seats, but below that price. What area will I get the best bang for my buck at that price?

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    How are end zone seats? If they are at other end of the field, how is the view?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlowdaBroncoFan View Post
    I am planning on going to the Falcons @ Broncos game. I don't want to spend more than $400 a ticket though. Are there "bad seats" that I won't really be able to see much? I want good seats, but below that price. What area will I get the best bang for my buck at that price?
    Best Bang for your Buck is club seats, and I've almost always gotten the club seats in under the range you are looking at, because I could usually get them through ticket master as opposed to a third party ticket broker. I did endzone seats for numerous games ... I wouldn't say those are a bad choice, just watch the big screens when they are on the opposite end of the field, but you really have a lot of participation going on around you ... so it's fun. Club Seats, I feel like you have a better view ... I'm never smart enough to stop and get autographs, but have seen past players doing autographs each time I've passed through the club area. Not always as loud, in the club area ... unless you're sitting next to me.... but since the first time I got club seats, I loved it and have got them every game since. I will admit, when I was buying endzone tickets or lower level around the fifty yard line as well, paid way more from ticket brokers than I have for club seats ... and would never return to buying anything but club seats in Denver. Have fun no matter where you sit your going to have a blast! But if you haven't got your tickets yet and your looking at 400 a ticket, I would look at the club section.

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