You’ll Have To Pay More For Bills Games Next Season
The Buffalo Bills are having their most success on the field since the early '90s. Three consecutive playoff appearances, back-to-back AFC East titles, and three straight 10+ win seasons.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen has become a league superstar and head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane have done a tremendous job reshaping the organization, from the front office, to the coaching staff, and the players on the field.
Bills fans have had a fun time going to games, but if you were hoping to pay the same price for tickets as 2021, that will not be happening.
The Bills have announced ticket price increases. The team states that over half the general admission tickets will see a price increase of $3 to $8.50 per game.
What about season ticket holders?
Season ticket prices are increasing, on average, to just over $11.50 per ticket. It depends where your seat is, in determining your new price for the 2022 season. The average price per season ticket will be $113; that includes sales tax.
Chris Colleary, Bills vice president of ticket sales and service says that they think it's "fair market value."
"We compare other teams' prices; we compare our historical prices. We compare the value of that seat as a season ticket, the value as a single game. We evaluate every seat, every row. There are some seats that may go up $3 a game and there are others that might go up $20 a game. The seats that go up $20 a game might be in the first five rows of the 100-level compared to a seat in the 300 level. So, we factor all those things in it," said Colleary.
The opponents the Bills play in 2022 at home also factor in, like having the Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers in Orchard Park. However, there is one less home game this season than 2021. That's due to the NFL's change to 17 games; the AFC had one extra home game in 2021, so it's the NFC's turn in 2022.