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Dollar Bills: Team To Increase Ticket Prices Next Season

Bills Raising Ticket Prices
For Second Straight Year

The Bills, coming off a 5-11 season, will raise ticket prices at Ralph Wilson Stadium in ’06, marking the “second year in a row the Bills have made almost complete across-the-board increases,” according to Milt Northrop of the BUFFALO NEWS. Lower-level sideline season-ticket prices will increase $4 per game to $47, while individual game tickets will increase $5 to $58. Prices at “most levels” will go up $1 or $2 per game. The team has also created a new pricing level for upper-level corner seats in rows 21-38, which will cost $32 per game for season tickets, down $3 from the cost of the same seat in ’05. Single-game seats in those rows will be $44, a $2 decrease. The Bills said that their average ticket price in ’05 was $44.66, “the lowest in the NFL.” The team sold 47,246 season tickets in ’05, and sold out all eight regular-season home games in the 73,967-seat stadium (BUFFALO NEWS, 1/25).

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