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BDC 1/30: 2013 Season Ticket Prices

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on January 30, 2013 – 1:28 pm

–The Buffalo Bills today announced ticket pricing for the 2013 season. Season ticket prices will remain unchanged, and will be the same per game price for the fourth straight season. The Bills are also lowering the season ticket cost on over 2,500 seats in the 300 level to $25 per game (was $37).  Last season the team introduced similar pricing in the Coors Light Rockpile and Tops Family Corner Sections, resulting in season ticket sell-outs for both sections.  The average per game price for a non-premium Buffalo Bills season ticket will be $57.75. New 2013 season ticket deposits are currently on sale by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257), by visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium box office or by emailing The team will announce the date when individual game and group tickets will go on sale to the public at a later date.

Printable 2013 Stadium Map & Price Guide | Interactive Seating Chart

Rogers Media and the Buffalo Bills announced yesterday key details of a renewed five-year partnership that will continue to deliver a first-class sports experience to Canadian NFL fans.  The agreement, which begins in 2013 and runs through 2017, will see the Bills play a total of six games at Rogers Centre in Toronto: one regular season game each season, plus one pre-season game in 2015. The deal is an extension of a partnership between Rogers Media and the Buffalo Bills that began in 2008.

Toronto Announcement
Bills executives and Rogers Media announced yesterday at Rogers Centre the extension of the Toronto series which will run through 2017 with six games at Rogers Centre and a preseason game in 2015. Click here to see more Bills in Toronto photos.>>> 

Bills President and Chief Executive Officer Russ Brandon
On the renewed partnership between the Bills and Rogers Media:
“The Bills partnership with Rogers Media is key to our franchise’s regionalization plan and we are excited to continue it for years to come. Our regionalization efforts have strengthened the franchise’s foothold in Western New York by supporting our efforts to further develop our fan base in Toronto and Southern Ontario. The Bills-Rogers Media partnership continues to give us tremendous exposure in the market and its success will only accelerate with a few wins on the field.”

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