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Bills Lower Ticket Prices For '12 Toronto Series Game By 35%
Published July 11, 2012
IN OR OUT? In Rochester, Leo Roth noted even if the Bills "decide to opt into the so-called '85 percent' program, it's still very likely that late-season games at Ralph Wilson Stadium will be blacked out because December games traditionally are difficult to sell in Buffalo, especially when the team is lousy." And even if the team "is good and sellouts become easier to achieve after 12 seasons of missing the playoffs, Bills management has plenty of incentive not to join a program that will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in shared revenue beyond what's currently required" (ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE, 7/8).