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Bills game against Chiefs is sold out

Rochester Business Journal
October 15, 2013

The Buffalo Bills’ Nov. 3 game against Kansas City at Ralph Wilson Stadium has sold out and will be televised locally, team officials announced Tuesday.

A limited number of club tickets are still available, officials said.

The Bills are at Miami on Sunday and at New Orleans on Oct. 27 before returning home to face the Chiefs, who are undefeated so far.

The first three home games were sellouts. The fourth, last weekend’s 27-24 loss in overtime to Cincinnati, sold out after the team and owner Ralph Wilson Jr. purchased the remaining tickets prior to the blackout deadline.

The last two home games in Orchard Park are against the New York Jets on Nov. 17 and Miami on Dec. 22. The Dec. 1 home game against Atlanta is to be played in Toronto.

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