ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills' season ticket holders will soon receive a letter from the team announcing season ticket prices.
According to a spokesperson for the Bills, those prices will include an increase that averages $8.02 per game.
Here is how the ticket pricing will break down per seat:
The average ticket price increase is 8.6%.
- 25% of seats will increase $13 to $19
- 46% of seats will increase $6 to $12
- 29% of seats will increase $5 or less
"They've been toward the very bottom of the average price to go to a NFL game, 28 last year and then the three years before that, 30 out of 32 teams. So in terms of overall affordability, they are up there in the top in a good way," said Chris Hartweg, CEO & Publisher of Team Marketing Report in Chicago.
"Buffalo is really a team on the rise and so people are going to be clamoring to come back. It doesn't surprise me that prices are going up," he said.
The Bills say they are planning to sell tickets for full capacity at the stadium, but will still be abiding by by state and NFL guidelines.
The team hosted fans during the 2020-21 season at reduced capacity, with no major issues.