Bills-Chiefs game sold out

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The November 9 home game versus the Kansas City Chiefs is sold out. Sunday's game is sponsored by the New York National Guard.

Former Bills wide receiver Eric Moulds (1996-2005) will serve as the Leader of the Charge.

The Bills will host a number of on-field initiatives during the annual Salute to Service game to honor the members of our armed forces. Before the game, 10 members each from the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard will be honored for their service during the singing of God Bless America. The Bills will also welcome 150 soldiers from the New York National Guard to unfurl a full-field American flag during the singing of the national anthem. An Oath Reaffirmation Ceremony will take place on-field at halftime for 50 soldiers through the New York National Guard, and at the third quarter break, two additional soldiers selected by the New York National Guard will be welcomed to the field for recognition of their service. Bills players will wear National Guard decals on their helmets throughout the game, and the game ball delivery will be completed by a New York National Guard member.

Gates open at 11:30 a.m. (90 minutes prior to kickoff) and the Bills encourage fans to arrive at the gates early to enjoy the pregame festivities. Club level seats are still available for the game. Fans may purchase club tickets by going online at buffalobills.com, visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257).

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