ORCHARD PARK, NY - It's December, and the Bills are still in the playoff hunt. It's not often that this is the case and yet, people don't seem to be interested in seeing Sunday's game in Orchard Park.
Tickets, as of Thursday evening, are selling online as low as $4.
Technically, you'll need a bit more than just $4 to see the Bills on Sunday when you take into account the fees that go along with the ticket on the secondary market websites.
For this Sunday, StubHub has tickets priced at $6 in the 300 and 200 sections. Vivid Seats goes lower and has tickets starting at $4.
"The fans' hopes and dreams of a good season have kind of come crashing down after last week and the key injuries we've had with the players," said Nick Giammusso, the president & CEO of VIP TIX in Buffalo, which also has Bills tickets priced at $4 for Sunday. He also cited weather and the opposing team as factors in how season ticket holders price their tickets.
With tickets at $4, they'll be the same price, or even cheaper, than concessions at New Era Field. According to Delaware North, hot chocolate costs $4, water $5, popcorn $6, and pizza $7.50.