ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) – The Buffalo Bills are borrowing a page from the Sabres’ pricing playbook.
The team is using a gold-silver-bronze pricing plan for individual tickets for the 2014 season. The biggest games at Ralph Wilson Stadium, against AFC East rivals New England and Miami, will cost the most. Four games fall into the silver category, while two are priced in the bronze tier.
Tickets for the September 14th home opener against the Dolphins and the October 12th game against the rival Patriots will range in price from $68 for 300 Level V to $130 for 100 Level 1. Silver games against San Diego, Minnesota, the New York Jets and Green Bay will range from $58 to $112, while tickets for the two bronze games, against Kansas City and Cleveland, will be the cheapest, ranging from $48 to $99.
Indvidual game tickets go on sale June 27th. Season ticket members will continue to get the best overall value, saving 15% to 50% off individual game prices, according to the Bills.
You can read more about the pricing plan for seating sections here.
Ralph Wilson Stadium is currently undergoing more than $220 million in renovations. A new team store, East End scoreboard and more restrooms will greet fans when they return for the 2014 season.