The Bills will embark on yet another regular season this Sunday, hosting the New England Patriots at 1pm. EJ Manuel has been named the starter, so this will be the first glimpse of what Buffalo fans hope will be a decade of success at the quarterback position. While there’s several reasons to make a trip to Ralph Wilson Stadium this weekend, what’s the ticket landscape on the secondary market loom like?
Bills tickets are most expensive for home games this September, before tickets become cheaper as the season progresses. There’s a myriad of reasons for heightened prices early on in the season, including opponent, pending weather as the season continues, and general excitement for the return of football, to name a few. Below, we’ve broken down the three Bills home games for this month, starting with this weekend’s tilt with the Patriots.
Sunday, September 8th vs. New England – Average ticket price = $118, Get-in price = $60
Not including the Falcons game in Toronto, Buffalo vs. New England has the second highest get-in price of all Bills home games this season. Listings for at least two seats in the lower level begin at $88, but with the game only a few days away, the cheapest listings will most likely be purchased quickly.
Sunday, September 15th vs. Carolina – Average ticket price = $118, Get-in price = $53
In Week 2, Cam New ton will lead the Carolina Panthers to Orchard Park for Buffalo’s second home game of the season. Although the average ticket price is at $118, the get-in price is $7 below at $53. In addition, the cheapest lower level listing? Only $60.
Sunday, September 29th vs. Baltimore – Average ticket price = $138, Get-in price = $67
The defending champs will visit Ralph Wilson Stadium during Week 4 and this will be the most expensive game of the Bills home schedule, in both average ticket price and get-in price. Nonetheless, a get-in price of $67 is relatively small compared to other NFL teams. All but five teams have a higher get-in price for at least one game this season, headlined by San Francisco visiting Seattle in Week 2 with a whopping $250 get-in ticket price.