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Bills Post Second-Best Season-Ticket Sales Mark After Last Year's Record-Setting Summer

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 08 / 30 / 16

The Bills have sold 58,500 season tickets heading into the '16 season, the "second-largest total in the team's history," but sales are down 2.6% from the "record-setting 60,102 packages sold last year," according to James Fink of BUFFALO BUSINESS FIRST. The Bills last season were "riding a...

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