The Bills announced today that individual game tickets for their first three home games are sold out. That means the Tampa Bay game (Sept. 20), the New Orleans game (Sept. 27) and the Browns game (Oct. 11) will be full houses at the Ralph this fall.
As part of the Bills season ticket holder benefits program, season ticket holders had the opportunity to purchase group tickets on Saturday and individual game tickets last Thursday and Friday.
Season tickets are still available for purchase which includes tickets to all nine home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Fans interested in purchasing season tickets can log onto buffalobills.com, call 1-877-BB-TICKS, email email@example.com, or visit the Ralph Wilson Stadium Box Office. Season ticket prices start at $270.00.
Over the weekend the Bills also surpassed 52,000 season tickets for the upcoming season. This is the first time since 1992 (57,132) and 1993 (53,004) that the Bills have had consecutive seasons of over 52,000 season tickets sold, and the credit goes to the loyal Bills fans of course. Bravo folks. The current total of 52,134 ranks as the sixth highest season ticket total in Bills history.
Tags: 2009 schedule
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