Bills-Titans October 21 game sells out


The Buffalo Bills announced that tickets for the Sunday, October 21 home game vs. the Tennessee Titans are sold out. With this announcement the first three regular season home games are now sold out.  Tickets still remain for the prime time Thursday night game vs. Miami, as well as Jacksonville, St. Louis, and the New York Jets.  Club seats are available for all remaining home games.

The Buffalo Bills also announced that they have sold 43,267 season tickets for the 2012 season. The 43,267 season tickets sold mark a sales increase of over 15% from 2011. "Season ticket holders continue to be the building blocks of our franchise." said Russ Brandon, Chief Executive Officer.  "A strong season ticket base is the ultimate home field advantage." 

The October 21 game is the Buffalo Bills Billieve/Crucial Catch game in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Gameday activities include former Bills General Manager Bill Polian's formal induction to the Wall of Fame. ECMC will be the gameday sponsor of this game.

The Bills open the 2012 regular season Sunday, September 9 on the road against the Jets. The Bills home opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium will be Sunday, September 16 against the Chiefs. The Bills will host one prime time game Thurs, November 15 against Miami. Sunday, December 16, the Bills will play one home game at Rogers Centre in Toronto in 2012.

Season tickets are still available in all club seat areas, and can be purchased by phone at 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257), or in person by visiting the Bills ticket office at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

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