Broncos fans will notice for next season that 58% of general reserve seats at Empower Field at Mile High will have "various price increases; 39% of the seats remained the same price and 3% of the seats had a decrease in price," according to a source cited by Mike Klis of 9NEWS.com. This market adjustment "does not include the club seating areas." Ordinarily, the Broncos "don't like to raise ticket prices after losing seasons but two factors were in play this year." The team has now had five consecutive losing seasons, and there is little question the Broncos, like most businesses, "took a financial hit during their COVID season of 2020." Klis noted that year, two home preseason games were canceled and of the eight regular-season home games, four were closed to the public and the other four had an attendance cap of 5,700 (9NEWS.com, 1/19). The Broncos said that their season-ticket renewal rate was 96% in '21 compared to 99% in '20. The season-ticket wait list "remains in the range of 90,000." Broncos VP/Ticketing, Sales & Service Marc Jackson said the touchless concession stands were "well-received" by fans. He added, "They were some of our most active concession stands" (DENVER POST, 1/20).