ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — The price of Buffalo Bills season tickets will stay the same, and season tickets available in the 300 level will drop. That's according to the team on Tuesday.
More than 2,500 seats in the 300 level will go down from $37 a game to $25 per game.
Season tickets will range from $225 to $720 in regular seats, and higher for club seats. The package includes nine home games at the Ralph: two pre season and seven regular season.
The team says season ticket holders will be saving 50 percent per game from individual game prices, which are set to increase $8.12 per ticket.
The team says they'll announce when individual game tickets go on sale at a later date.