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Denver Broncos to only sell AFC Championship Game tickets to fans in Rocky Mountain region

Ah, let the gamesmanship begin!

Earlier it was reported how the Seattle Seahawks are refusing to sell tickets for the upcoming NFC Championship Game to California residents. Now it’s been revealed the Denver Broncos, who will play host to the New England Patriots in the AFC Champions Game, are doing something similar.

From Denverbroncos.com:

Tickets will be available only to those with a valid billing address in the Rocky Mountain region, including Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, South Dakota and Western Kansas. Tickets will not be available at the Broncos Ticket Office until Tuesday (if there is any inventory remaining).

Tickets go on sale Monday (today), so you better act fast. (If you live outside the Rocky Mountain region, then you better act especially fast; I’m not sure how long it takes to establish residency and a valid billing address in one of the states listed above.)

[Source: Denverbroncos.com]

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