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Bills announce season-ticket prices, variable-pricing policy


The Buffalo Bills have announced season-ticket prices for the upcoming season, which will feature two preseason and eight regular-season dates for the first time since 2007.

Packages range from $260 for the worst seats to $3,100 for the best indoor seats.

The Bills also revealed they will introduce variable pricing this year for single-game tickets, although the cost for those tickets can't be finalized until the 2014 schedule is released.

"The goal of variable pricing is to create a pricing structure that best reflects the market demand for all games," Bills President and CEO Russ Brandon said in a statement.

The Bills know who they'll play in 2014 and where, but the NFL won't release the dates until spring.

  • ByTheNumbers

    And the sheep will continue to pay.

  • MemeMutator

    As HL Mencken famously said, "Nobody ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American Public" and Buffalo consistently offers resounding proof.

  • Bob

    The "sheep" will pay to see NFL Football. Arguably the best spectator in the world. Certainly in the USA. And we 'sheep" will hope that the NFL continues to be played in Buffalo. Anyone that can do simple math can see that the WNY area benefits from them being here. With a name like "ByTheNumbers" I would think that you could figure that out, but I guess not.

  • ptato22

    It costs a good amount of money everywhere in the world to see professional sports. It costs a lot of money to see professional opera as well. If you are not interested in one or the other, it does not mean it is a bad deal. The world is made up of people of various tastes and pastimes. A real quality city provides avenues to see professional sports just as it does to see quality arts. Some people will find it outrageous and expensive while others will gladly pay. Let's hope Buffalo can remain a city of relevance and maintain a professional football team, quality arts and top notch education (just to name a few things).

    • BuffaloFan4Life

      Well said, ptato!

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Vic Carucci returned to The Buffalo News as a Bills beat reporter in September. Carucci covered the Bills for 17 years before joining as a columnist in 1999. Prior to rejoining The News, he spent three years as a senior editor for the Cleveland Browns.

Tim Graham returned to The Buffalo News in 2011 after covering the NFL for three years at ESPN and for one year at the Palm Beach Post. Before that, the Cleveland native spent seven seasons on the Buffalo Sabres beat for The News and was president of the Boxing Writers Association of America.

Jay Skurski joined The News in January 2009. The Lewiston native attended St. Francis High School before graduating from the University of South Florida.