For the Sports Authority Field at Mile High, being one mile above sea level fits the bill. Sports Authority Field at Mile High was opened in September of 2011 to replace the older Mile High Stadium; the Denver Broncos parking themselves in the new stadium. The stadium was previously known as Invesco Field, but in 2011 the naming rights were purchased by Sports Authority. The “Mile High” name is taken from the older stadium that was demolished in 2002, and proved so enduring that for a number of years, The Denver Post did not use the word “Invesco” when referring to the Stadium.
Recent upgrades to the stadium include a JBL sound system, improved cell and wi-fi reception, two new HD scoreboards on the stadium’s north side, and more. All these improvements are great for the fans already in the stadium, but what about the fans who haven’t parked? Finding Broncos parking is hard, since the team has sold out every home game since 1970. The dedicated Broncos fan would be wise to book a parking space before the game, and thanks to ParkWhiz, that can be done lickety-split.
The late 90’s were good to Denver: With the help of John Elway and running back Terrell Davis, the Broncos beat the Packers and the Falcons to win two consecutive Super Bowls in ‘97 and ‘98. The Broncos have significant support from their plans while playing home games. For instance, while the visiting team’s players will try their best to complete a pass, when they fail the fans will chant “in-com-plete!” Additionally, on the rare occasion when some ticket-holding fans don’t show up to the sold-out games, they are booed by the crowd. Who are these no-shows, one wonders? It is entirely possible that they couldn’t find a Broncos parking space, meaning they didn’t use ParkWhiz. ParkWhiz makes it possible to book a parking spot before the game, so while everyone else is woozy at Mile High, you will be happily enjoying the game.
ParkWhiz makes it easy to find Sports Authority Field parking spaces, rather than the difficult game of finding parking a mile above sea level. All you need to do is find the game that you want to see, book your Mile High parking spot with ParkWhiz, and print your parking pass. When you bring your ParkWhiz parking pass with you, your family can relax instead of worrying about getting to the game before halftime.