Like most NFL stadiums across the league mobile tickets and parking passes are becoming the norm.

The Denver Broncos host the San Francisco 49ers tonight. It's preseason ESPN Monday Night Football. The nationally televised game will certainly be of local interest. The game marks the start of new parking pass ticketing policies for the 2019 season.

Print-at-home parking passes will longer be accepted. Broncos Stadium at Mile High is asking fans to download your tickets and parking passes to your mobile wallet before arrival. If you don't have a parking permit you'll be sent off-site to park at the Pepsi Center of on the Auraria Campus.

New for this year is the Denver Broncos 360 Mobile App. Like parking passes, the stadium will no longer accept print-at-home or screenshotted bar-coded tickets. If you're going to a game, you'll need to download the app. Find out more info about the app and e-ticketing by clicking HERE.

You're not likely bike from the western slope to a game however, it's interesting to note that the stadium now has over 350 bike racks. There's also a free bike valet program available on the north side of the stadium.

The Broncos regular-season starts with a bang as the team travel west to take on the rival Oakland Raiders. The 2019 regular season home-opener is Sunday, September 15th at 2:25 MDT as they host the NFC North Champion Chicago Bears.

Credit: The Denver Channel