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Bills raise ticket prices

The Buffalo Bills are raising ticket prices for the 2010 season.

Season-ticket holders sitting along the sidelines in the lower bowl will pay $10 more than last year. Overall the prices will rise between $2 and $10 a game, depending on the seat.

The lower level sideline seats roughly between the 20s will cost $80 a game, up from $70, for season tickets. The lower-level sideline seats between the end zone and the 20 and in the lower middle of the upper deck will cost $70 a game, up from $60.

The NFL average for the prime lower bowl seats between the 20s last year was $104.45 a game. The NFL average for the lower-level sidelines nearer the goal lines and in the lower middle of the upper deck was $90.30 a game.

The Bills' average season-ticket price will rise from $51.24 to $59.19. That's $15 under the 2009 NFL average. The Bills had the least expensive tickets in the NFL in 2009. Second least expensive was Cleveland at $54.65. Third was Jacksonville at $57.34.

---Mark Gaughan

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