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Next two Bills home games sold out


The Buffalo Bills have announced that both the September 15 home game versus the Carolina Panthers and the September 29 home game versus the Baltimore Ravens are sold out and will be televised locally.

For fans still interested in purchasing tickets to the September 15 Carolina Panthers game, a limited number of visitor returns and club seats are available. A limited number of club tickets also remain available for the September 29 Baltimore Ravens game. Fans may purchase tickets by going online at or, by visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257). Partial club season tickets are still available for the 2013 season.**

The Bills will honor the 28 distinguished members of the Buffalo Bills Wall of Fame in a special halftime tribute during the September 15 Carolina Panthers game.  The ceremony will bring together a number of Bills legends who have earned the Wall of Fame honor, including: Bill Polian, Phil Hansen, Booker Edgerson, Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas, Jim Ritcher, Fred Smerlas, Jim Kelly, Edward Abramoski, Robert James, Joe DeLamielleure, Marv Levy, Joe Ferguson and Mike Stratton. The families of Kent Hull, Patrick McGroder and Bob Kalsu will also be attending in their memory. Participating members will be presented with an honorary Wall of Fame blazer adorned with the official Wall of Fame logo to celebrate their many accomplishments and contributions to the Buffalo Bills organization.

The September 15 Carolina Panthers game, sponsored by the New York State Smokers' Quitline, will celebrate the fan's induction into the Wall of Fame in 1992, through a Wall of Fame inductee window cling given to the first 50,000 fans through the gates. The September 29 Baltimore Ravens game, sponsored by Time Warner Cable, will also feature a gameday giveaway.

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