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Buffalo Bills release 2010 ticket prices

Posted Feb 12, 2010

ORCHARD PARK, NY – The Buffalo Bills today announced ticket pricing for the team’s 2010 season. The average per game price for a Buffalo Bills season ticket will be $59.19 for eight home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium (seven regular season games and one preseason game).

Season ticket prices will increase between $2 and $10 per ticket per game. The Bills once again expect to have one of the lowest average ticket prices in the NFL. The 2010 Bills average season ticket price is over $15 less than the 2009 NFL average season ticket price.

The Bills will play one regular season game and one preseason game in Toronto. The time and date for these games will be determined by the NFL.

Season ticket prices in the seating bowl will range from $280 in “The Coors Light Rock Pile” (club level scoreboard end zone) to $640 in the Lower Level Sideline. The Bills early renewal season ticket price is a new benefit to current season ticket holders and will result in savings up to 14 percent for season ticket holders who take advantage of the offer. For a complete list of season ticket prices fans can view the interactive seating chart.

Below is a comparison chart of National Football League average season ticket prices:

Location
Bills Season Ticket Price
NFL Season Ticket Avg. (2009)
Lower Level Sideline I
$80 per game
$104.45 per game
Lower Level Sideline II
Upper Level Center Rows 1-20
$70 per game
$90.30 per game
Lower Level Corners
Upper Level Ends Rows 1-20
$59 per game
$82.81 per game
Tunnel End Zone
Upper Level Center Rows 21-38
$50 per game
$71.00 per game
Lower Level Scoreboard End Zone
Club Level Corners
$50 per game
$71.00 per game
Tops Club Level Family Corner
$40 per game
$86.89 per game
Upper Level Corners Rows 21-38
$39 per game
$50.40 per game
"The Coors Light Rock Pile" -
Club Level Scoreboard End Zone
$40 per game
$40.87 per game

 

Season tickets to the Bills 2010 season are currently on sale by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257), by visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium box office or by emailing ticketsales@bills.nfl.net.

In a separate release, the team will announce the date when individual game and group tickets will go on sale to the public.Individual game tickets in the general seating areas will range in price from $45-$90 per ticket. For more information on tickets and pricing fans can go to buffalobills.com.

Fans interested in purchasing premium tickets to the Time Warner Business Class club, M&T Bank club, executive suites or other premium seat locations may call 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257), visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office or email ticketsales@bills.nfl.net.

Season ticket notices will be sent to Bills Season Ticket Holders beginning the middle of next week.

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