There’s still a good number of tickets left for Sunday’s home game against the Jets at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills President and CEO Russ Brandon provided an approximate number this morning.
Appearing on Bills flagship station WGR Sportsradio 550, Brandon said the number of tickets left won’t make a sellout before the blackout deadline of Thursday a 1 pm easy.
“We’ve got 4,500 tickets left,” he said. “We are in an all out sales blitz to sell as many tickets as we possibly can. We had some decent sales movement on tickets. This is a great game for us because this is Salute to Service month and a celebration where we get to honor all the men and women who serve this great country. It’s going to be difficult, but we’re going to certainly do everything in our power to get this game sold out.”
When asked if the club will petition the league for a 24-hour extension to a deadline of 1 pm Friday, Brandon said that will hinge on how many tickets move today (Wednesday).
“It depends where we are at the conclusion of today heading into tomorrow,” said Brandon. “If it presents an opportunity to help us sell the game out we will do that.”
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