DENVER -- As you can imagine, fans are eager to get their hands on NFL playoff tickets hours after the Denver Broncos locked up the No. 1 overall slot in the AFC and home-field advantage.
Those tickets will officially go on sale at 10 a.m. MST on Tuesday, the last day of 2013. Ticketmaster will be in charge of those sales.
Who the broncos play remains to be seen. But regardless of whether it’ the Kansas City Chiefs, the Indianapolis Colts or the San Diego Chargers, it’s win or go home.
The Broncos quickly dismantled the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, with Peyton Manning setting the Nfl single season record for yards passing, and helping the team secure the all-important home field advantage through the playoffs.
That said, having secured home-field advantage last year before falling to the Baltimore Ravens in their first playoff contest, the Broncos know a run to the Super Bowl is anything but a sure thing.
“Everybody's zero-zero now,” Champ Bailey said. “There are 12 total teams in this thing. So we're one of them and we just have to make sure we come out on top at the end."
If you plan on buying tickets here's what you need to know:
- Tickets are available through Ticketmaster -- by phone or online.
- Tickets will not be available at the Broncos’ ticket office until Thursday, Jan. 2.
- There is a limit of 4 tickets per household.
- Prices range from $65 to $425.
Fans are ready for the playoffs to start. For the No. 1-seeded Broncos, it's all business from now until Jan. 12.
"We're right where we were last year,” Chris Harris said. “We're definitely way more experienced from the games last year. We're excited, man. We're excited to get the playoffs started. We're excited for the playoffs to come through Denver."