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Bills unveil ticket prices, average price increases

Rochester Business Journal
January 30, 2013

The average ticket price for Buffalo Bills games this season will increase by $8.12, with season tickets unchanged, the National Football League team announced Wednesday.

The average price for non-premium seats is $74.51, the first increase since 2010, team officials said.

Season tickets range from $225 to $720 for regular seating—an average of $57.75 per game—and from $1,278 to $2,790 for club seats, officials said. The season tickets cover two-preseason and seven regular-season games at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

The team’s eighth home game will be played in Toronto. The 2013 schedule has not been announced.

The price of season tickets is lowered to $225 from $333 for some 2,500 seats in the 300 level.

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