By Jay Skurski
Season-ticket prices will either stay the same or -- for 2,500 seats in the 300 level -- be reduced by the Buffalo Bills for the 2013 season. That makes four straight seasons the Bills have held the line on season-ticket prices.
The Bills are dropping the season-ticket price on 2,500 seats in the 300 level to $25 a game, down from $37. That $25 price is the same as the Coors Light Rockpile and Tops Family Corner sections, both of which sold out last year.
That's the good news.
The bad news is, the average price of an individual-game ticket has gone up by an average of $8.12, the first price increase since the 2010 season. That makes the new average per game price for a non-premium individual game ticket $74.51.
The average per game cost for a non-premium season ticket is $57.75, one of the lowest in the NFL.
Season-ticket prices range from $225 to $720 for nine games (seven regular season and two preseason), or $1,278 to $2,790 for club seats.
Complete ticket information and a comparision chart showing the price of individual tickets vs. season tickets can be found at the team's official website.