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  1. #1
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    Looking for field passes for the GB game.

    We are coming to our first Bronco's home game ever from ALASKA. I was able to get ADA tickets today (DAV), I really would like field passes since this is on my wife bucket list, she is a DIEHARD Bronco fan from way back and it is a surprise for her 50TH birthday! Any help is appreciated! God bless the USA and the Broncos!

  2. #2
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    Field passes or meet and greet

    We are coming to our first Bronco's home game ever from ALASKA, vs the Packers. I was able to get ADA tickets today (DAV), I really would like field passes since this is on my wife bucket list, she is a DIEHARD Bronco fan from way back and it is a surprise for her 50TH birthday! Any help is appreciated! God bless the USA and the Broncos!

  3. #3
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    Field Passes

    They run a variety of contests for Field Passes. I believe some can be found somewhere on the main website, but no promises.

    I have only been given them twice in this stadium in 14 years. And that was from pestering my old ticket reps at the times.

    They used to have a box you put your name in for the following game. Little pieces of paper and tiny pencils next to it. I did that for years and never got picked.

    If your in a suite, I believe, ( I do not KNOW) that field passes are MUCH easier to get. In my area, we have a few suite holders who also have club seats near me, and those guests FREQUENTLY have field passes hanging around their necks.

    Never asked anyone about them though.

    A lot of the people you see watching the team warm ups -using those field passes - are groups. Usually fairly large (20 or so) groups. No idea how these groups get these passes, but I have a Guest Relations pal who sometimes escorts such groups pre game.

    My only idea, and I think it's a long shot, is ebay. Maybe someone has such passes and would be willing to sell.

    Probably cost a small fortune…………

    Good luck!



  4. #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by JWinn View Post
    I have only been given them twice in this stadium in 14 years. And that was from pestering my old ticket reps at the times.

    If your in a suite, I believe, ( I do not KNOW) that field passes are MUCH easier to get. In my area, we have a few suite holders who also have club seats near me, and those guests FREQUENTLY have field passes hanging around their necks.

    A lot of the people you see watching the team warm ups -using those field passes - are groups. Usually fairly large (20 or so) groups. No idea how these groups get these passes, but I have a Guest Relations pal who sometimes escorts such groups pre game.

    I've gotten lucky a few times (first with my last seat relocation!) We've gotten on-field passes and the VIP Tunnel experience once each. As JWinn has mentioned before, the Bronco reps are amazing. As were those on-field & tunnel gigs. (Think "goosebumps"!)


    And my understanding is that the suites get on-field passes for every game (just consider their prices!). So that could explain the "group" appearance. I believe a lot of the suites are around 18 seats, and good chance those fans are connected somehow (family, corporation, etc.), and would therefore likely hang together on the field.

    No idea what on-field passes would cost. Who the heck would sell those anyway, unless you've done it a bunch!

    Go Broncos!

  5. #5
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    I've been fortunate to get them twice... Never spent a dime on them outside of my regular ticket price, they're almost always something that is gifted to you either in a contest you've miraculously won, or you just happen to know someone who has the connection...
    *** God Bless Our Military Men And Women***

    Adopted Bronco 2015 CJ Anderson

  6. #6
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    Dec 2012
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    Western Colorado
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    Yeah, I didn't have to pay either, for either the on-field game pass, or the VIP Tunnel experience we went on. (Still debating which one was best...)

    Didn't have to win a contest or "know" someone, other than my awesome customer service rep, Ben Racine.

    Guess the freebies are because our ticket prices are so high.

    We got four passes for each event, probably because we have 4 season tickets. (Guess they don't want ticket-holders having to decide among their family members who gets to go or not. Smart!)

    Considering doing the flag ceremony also, but think I'd prefer another on-field or tunnel experience. Much more to those experiences.

    VIP Tunnel experience was awesome. Met in tent outside stadium before game. Free food (standard catering-style buffet) and open bar. Nice - the open bar was all top-shelf stuff.

    Got to meet a couple of cheerleaders, and Karl Mecklenberg (sp?) and his son.

    Then they had door prizes, including autographed football. (Which was funny, because security didn't want to let the winner into the stadium with the ball!) What WASN'T funny, is that someone ELSE won the football! lol

    After the door prizes, we were escorted inside to the belly of the stadium to wait for and then watch the team come out of the locker room waiting for team intros. Pretty cool.

    Manning looked about 8 foot tall, with his helmet and cleats that did not sink into the concrete floor.

    Once team went out on the field, we were escorted back up to Club. (Think all the attendees may have been Club members, but not sure.)

    Have some cool pictures from the tunnel, but can't seem to "browse" my computer to add images. (My avatar is from the on-field passes.)


    Less than two weeks to go...

    Go Broncos!

  7. #7
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    Aug 2007
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    California
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    Looking for some Advice

    Hey Bronco Fans. Im currently on quest to see the Broncos in all 31 stadiums (don't have a home team in LA)...Will be coming to Denver to see the game vs GB on November.

    I would love to join someones tailgate and see how Bronco fans tailgate in Denver... I will pay if i have too.

    Also any hotel recommendations and best way to get to stadium. Thanks

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