Photo of a Buffalo Bills game at New Era Field.

For the first time in franchise history, the Buffalo Bills have sold more than 50K season tickets for four straight seasons. The milestone surpasses the season ticket numbers of the early 1990’s when the Buffalo Bills appeared in numerous Super Bowls. This news also comes after the Buffalo Bills raised their season ticket prices for 2018 by an average of 3%. Payment plans for season tickets, however, are still free of interest for fans.

Although the official season ticket numbers for 2018 and 2017 were not released to the public, the Buffalo Bills sold just over 60K season tickets in 2015 and nearly 59K season tickets in 2016. Group tickets and individual game tickets for the 2018 NFL season will go on sale today. Season ticket prices for 2018 ranged from $330 to $1080 per ticket making the Buffalo Bills one of the best bargains in the National Football League. As one might imagine, the cheapest tickets at New Era Field can be found in the upper level corners. The most expensive tickets at New Era Field can be found on the lower level and between the 30-yard lines. Nevertheless, Buffalo Bills tickets are still one of the best bargains in the National Football League.

It wasn’t that long ago that the Buffalo Bills were one of the NFL’s most chronically struggling franchises. However, over the last few seasons they’ve managed to make the NFL playoffs for the first time in 17 years, sold the naming rights to Ralph Wilson Stadium and avoided relocation to Toronto, Ontario. Much of the organization’s success can be attributed to owner Terrence Pegula who purchased the Buffalo Bills from the Wilson family back in 2014. Next on the team’s agenda is where they will build their new stadium and where they’ll get the money to pay for it’s construction.


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