The Buffalo Bills have sold out their season-opening game against Miami and a midseason game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Their second home game, against the New York Jets, has only limited seats remaining.
The Bills' individual-game ticket sales to the general public just went on sale today. Bills season ticket holders had the chance to buy individual-game seats and group packages starting last month, which decreased the inventory for the most popular games on the schedule.
The Bills have seven regular-season games and one preseason game at Ralph Wilson Stadium this year. They have one preseason game and one regular-season game (against Chicago on Nov. 7) in Toronto.
The quick sellouts are good news for the team given the fact the Bills have failed to make the playoffs for 10 straight seasons and the fact they raised ticket prices this year. The Bills raised prices, on average, 15.5 percent for season tickets over last year. Tickets along the sidelines increased $10 a game. The Bills' average price went from $51.24 to $59.19. However, that still gives the Bills the third-lowest ticket prices in the 32-team NFL.