News

Print
RSS

Individual game tickets sold out for two games

Posted Jul 13, 2010

Orchard Park, NY – The Buffalo Bills announced that individual game tickets for the home opener vs. the Miami Dolphins on September 12, and the Pittsburgh Steelers game on November 28 are sold out.

As part of the Bills Season Ticket Holder benefits program, Season Ticket Holders had the opportunity to purchase group and individual game tickets in advance. Group tickets had also previously been made available to the general public. In addition, Bills Backers including Bills Facebook friends, Bills Twitter followers and Bills Text Alert subscribers were given an early online pre-sale opportunity to purchase individual game tickets on July 12.

Remaining individual game tickets are available to the public through Ticketmaster online via ticketmaster.com and Western and Central New York Ticketmaster locations. A list of Ticketmaster retail locations is available at ticketmaster.com by clicking on ‘retail locations.’ Remaining tickets may also be purchased online at buffalobills.com, by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257) or visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office. Due to high demand, tickets for individual games are subject to availability.

There is limited ticket availability for the New York Jets divisional game on October 3. Tickets are still available for the Jacksonville Jaguars contest on October 10, the Detroit Lions game on November 14, the Cleveland Browns matchup on December 12 and the divisional rivalry against the New England Patriots on December 26.

Season Tickets remain available for the Bills 2010 Season, presented by Tops Friendly Markets, which includes tickets to all eight home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets can log onto buffalobills.com, call 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257), or visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium Box Office. General season ticket prices range from $320 - $640. Club seats are also available throughout the year.

The Buffalo Bills season ticket campaign extends through Saturday, August 28th, when the Bills host the Cincinnati Bengals in a preseason contest (Kids Day) at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

LATEST HEADLINES

LATEST VIDEO

  • NFL Draft dream trades: How might the Bills move into the top 10?

    (3:33)

    NFL Network's Peter Schrager explains how the Bills could move up into the top 10 to draft a QB in the 2018 NFL Draft.

  • First Draft: Sam Darnold

    (:52)

    Former USC quarterback Sam Darnold shares what makes him the best quarterback in the draft and what he's looking forward to the most in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft.

  • First Draft: Roquan Smith

    (1:58)

    Roquan Smith's aggressive style of play made him a stand out player during the 2017 season for the University of Georgia, Smith is ready to translate that style of play to the NFL.

  • First Draft: Lamar Jackson

    (1:50)

    Louisville QB Lamar Jackson electrified the college game with his dynamic playmaking but he still manages to remain humble with his sights focused on the next step in his career.

  • Draft Memories: Dion Dawkins

    (2:16)

    Bills Tackle Dion Dawkins talks about his draft day memories last year, after being selected in the 2nd round by the Buffalo Bills.