The Denver Broncos organization has decided to revoke tickets from their fans. Any season ticket holder that sold their tickets during the 2016 season is getting their tickets taken away by the Broncos. This is the first real strike back at secondary market.
Let’s see how Twitter reacted to the Broncos taking tickets from their fans.
— Sportsnaut (@Sportsnaut) May 11, 2017
Seriously @Broncos what were you thinking? Revoking a mans season tickets who's family is going through a crisis. What a sad organization
— Rob Matic (@matic_rob) May 12, 2017
Do not buy season or game tickets to a @Broncos game until the org can find its moral center and return tickets to their rightful owners.
— Spidermatt (@MattInfinity) May 12, 2017
@Broncos Still being jerks for treatment of Eric Siegler and season tickets. You lost no money, but I can't be a fan.
— Lance Whitney (@LanceWhitney6) May 12, 2017
— ChristineDiSalvatore (@Boots016) May 12, 2017
— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayCSN) May 6, 2017
— FOX Sports Radio (@FoxSportsRadio) May 5, 2017
Pretty bad visual here for the Broncos organization. Not sure how you can justify revoking tickets from fans because they sold their tickets that they already paid for. Apparently according to the Broncos even though you bought season tickets, they aren't yours to do anything you want with them. People do this all the time with their tickets. Things come up and schedules conflict so they give away or sell their tickets to someone else so that they don't lose their money that they already spent on the tickets. Honestly why do the Broncos care. They got their money. It's not like the people stole the tickets. They already paid for them. It should be within their right to now do with them however they please.