With the Bills in a record-breaking position right now for season ticket sales, the organization has put measures in place to cap season ticket sales when they reach a pre-determined threshold.
Bills President Russ Brandon in announcing the organization’s record-breaking season ticket figure (57,500) knows it stands a good chance to go higher, and outlined at what point the club intends to cap season tickets.
“We plan on capping season ticket sales at 60 (thousand) if we get there,” said Brandon. “We’re north right now of 57,500. We anticipate that there is an opportunity that we could get there and we will cap season tickets at that point.”
Brandon also mentioned how they thought they had a chance to break the record set back in 1992 leading up to the 2008 season, but they fell just short at 56,011. Knowing the team hasn’t made the playoffs in 15 years the undying loyalty of the Bills fan base has been nothing short of overwhelming.
“We look back and the analysis over the last 17 years and our average season tickets has been 42,994, which is a pretty good foundation with the inventory that we have in the market. The team has not been to the playoffs in the last 15 years and that has been difficult for anyone who is involved in this organization in any department, but it goes back to our fans and the loyalty they’ve shown, and not just this year.”
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