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Bills surpass 55,000 mark for second consecutive season

The Buffalo Bills announced they have sold 55,194 season tickets for the 2009 campaign. This season ticket total ranks as the third highest in team history surpassing the 1991 number of 54,604. The highest season ticket total in franchise history is 57,132, accomplished in 1992 and the second highest total was 56,011 in 2008.

This also marks the first time in franchise history that the Bills have had back-to-back season ticket totals over 55,000.

"To surpass 55,194 season tickets two seasons in a row is an outstanding accomplishment and it's a testament to both the team and the community," stated Russ Brandon, Bills chief operating officer/general manager. "In today's economy I think this really emphasizes the passion our fans have for the Buffalo Bills and it continues to reinforce how important our regionalization efforts are to the growth of this franchise."

For fans interested in purchasing individual game tickets, limited availability remains for the November 29th game versus the Miami Dolphins, the December 20th game versus the AFC East rival New England Patriots and the January 3, 2010 game versus the Indianapolis Colts. Fans interested in purchasing tickets can log onto, call 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257), visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office or go to any Ticketmaster outlet.

Season ticket packages are also still available in premium seat areas which include outdoor and indoor club seating. Please email for more information, call 1-877-BBTICKS (1-877-228-4257) or visit

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