ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) — The price of being a Buffalo Bills season ticket holder is about to go up.
On average, the cost of season tickets in 2020 will be 4.6 percent higher, which is just over four dollars more per game.
Obviously, seat location will determine how much a fan pays, but all locations in New Era Field will be affected. Fans should expect to pay between $360 and $1,259 for a season ticket.
Here are the average price increases, broken down:
- 12 percent of seats – $9-13
- 25 percent of seats – $6-8
- 31 percent of seats – $3-5
- 32 percent of seats – $1-2
In addition to the changes coming to season ticket prices, the cost of season parking will also see an increase. Cash lots will be $20 more, but premium lots and the camper lot will be $50 more.
Here is the letter sent to season ticket holders:
“Thank you for your support as a Buffalo Bills Season Ticket Member. On behalf of the entire organization, we are truly grateful. I am constantly reminded of how fortunate we are to enjoy the enthusiasm and loyalty of the best fan base in the entire NFL.
The upcoming season brings many reasons for excitement – steps taken this season are only the beginning. This team will continue to be built for long-term success, and the next chapter has already begun. Playoff to Championship caliber will remain the goal and standard here, and your support is vital to our success.
Feel free to contact your account representative if you have any questions about the renewal process.
Thank you again for your valued support.
Vice President of Ticket Sales & Service”