ORCHARD PARK, NY - The Bills today announced their ticket prices for the 2007 NFL season in Ralph Wilson Stadium. The average price for a Buffalo Bills season ticket will be $46.45 - nearly $16.00 less than the 2006 NFL average ticket price and approximately five dollars more than Buffalo's 2006 average.
Season ticket prices will increase to $60 in the Lower Level Sideline area and $54 in the Upper Level Center (rows 1-20) area. For fans sitting in the Lower Level Sideline Ends (between the 10-yard line and the end zone) season tickets increase to $54. Bills tickets remain the most affordable sideline seat in the NFL and nearly $30 less than the NFL average (88.09 in 2006).
Ticket prices in nine of the 12 seating areas in Ralph Wilson Stadium will see a minimal increase of $3 or less.
Ticket prices in the 'Rock Pile' will remain at $27. Tickets in the 200 Level Corners/Endzone Tunnel side and the Upper Level Center (rows 21-38) increase one dollar.
Individual game prices for areas of lower demand have dropped or seen minimal increases for 2007. Individual game ticket prices for the Upper Deck Corners will decrease to $42. The Scoreboard End Zone seats are increasing one dollar to $46.
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Below is a complete list of the 2007 ticket prices:
|Location||Season Tickets||Individual Game|
|Lower Level Sideline Center||$60.00/game||$70.00|
|Lower Level Sideline Ends||$54.00/game||$62.00|
|Lower Level Corners||$46.00/game||$58.00|
|Lower Level End Zone Tunnel||$42.00/game||$50.00|
|Lower Level End Zone/200 Level Corners Scoreboard Side||$38.00/game||$46.00|
200 Level Corners/End Zone Tunnel Side
Season tickets are currently on sale by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS or by visiting the team's website at buffalobills.com, the Ralph Wilson Stadium box office or the Bills Store at the Eastview Mall in Pittsford, NY.
The team will announce in a separate release when individual game and group tickets will go on sale to the public.