The Bills announced that all seats in their Coors Light Rockpile section at Ralph Wilson Stadium are sold out for the 2012 season.
The Rockpile area covers eight sections of about seven rows each across the scoreboard end in the top part of the lower bowl. Season tickets cost $225 - or $25 a game - for the Rockpile area.
The Bills announced in February that prices for the Rockpile and the Tops Family Corner sections were reduced for the coming year.The Tops Family Corner covers four sections in the southeast corner of the stadium, near the administration building, toward the Bills' sideline. Those cost $270, or $30 a game. They Rockpile and Family sections are among the least expensive seats in the NFL.
"On behalf of our owner, Mr. Ralph Wilson and the Bills organization, we are pleased to announce that season tickets for the 2012 Coors Light Rockpile section are officially sold out,” said Chief Executive Officer Russ Brandon. “The Coors Light Rockpile has been one of our most popular seating options because of its reduced price and great location. Thank you to our loyal fans for continued support of the franchise. We look forward to additional ticket sale progress this offseason."