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The Bills announced ticket prices for games played at Ralph Wilson Stadium during the 2008 National Football League season. The average per game price for a Buffalo Bills season ticket will be $51.24 for eight home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium (seven regular season games and one preseason game).

The Bills will play one preseason game and one regular season game in Toronto.

The Bills 2008 average season ticket price is approximately $16 less than the 2007 NFL average season ticket price.

For individual game purchasers ticket prices for the Club Level Family Corner will remain at $38.00. Individual game prices in "The Rock Pile" (club level scoreboard end zone) will decrease to $36.00. Prices in the six other levels will see price increases compared to last season.

Below is a complete list of the 2008 ticket prices:
Season Tickets

Individual Game
Lower Level Sideline Center  
$560 ($70/game)

Lower Level Sideline II
Upper Level Center Rows 1-20  
$480 ($60/game)

Lower Level Corners
Upper Level Ends Rows 1-20  
$408 ($51/game)

Tunnel End Zone
Upper Level Center Rows 21-38  
$360 ($45/game)

Lower Level Scoreboard End Zone|
Club Level Corners  
$320 ($40/game)

Club Level Family Corner  
$288 ($36/game)

Upper Level Corners Rows 21-38  
$280 ($35/game)

"The Rock Pile: -
Club Level Scoreboard End Zone  
$240 ($30/game)


Season tickets are currently on sale by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS or by visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium box office.

In a separate release, the team will announce when individual game and group tickets will go on sale to the public. The team will also announce ticket procedures for its two games to be played in The Rogers Centre in Toronto.

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