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Buffalo Bills raising ticket prices

The price of season tickets will go up an average of 4.6 percent.
Nov 20, 2016; Cincinnati, OH, USA; A view of a Buffalo Bills helmet with the Salute to Service logo while sitting on the bench at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bills won 16-12. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Bills' season tickets are projected to go up an average of $4.11 per game, according to a letter the team sent to season ticket holders. 

The increase makes the average price of a season ticket $93.67 per game, according to the team. The Bills are only one of three teams in the NFL where the average price of a ticket is under $100.

According to a spokesperson for the Bills, the cheapest set of season tickets will be priced at $36 per game, while the most expensive premium seats will go for $1,259 for the season. 

Parking will also increase $2 per game in the cash lots, making it $220 to have a space for your car for the 2020 season. Premium lots will go from $250 to $300, and the RV lots will cost $750 for the year, up from $700 in 2019.

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