Good news for Buffalo Bills fans…
Your Fan Cost Index of $391 in 2015 was the third lowest. Talk about bargains!
Now for the bad news: at $631, the real cost index was 61% higher.
Sounds like the residents of upstate New York could use some tips on…
Tickets. NFL ticket prices on the secondary market usually cost much more than their face value. In 2016, the initial average resale price was 2.61 times the average face value; in 2015 it was 2.49 times.
This is clearly not the case with the Buffalo Bills. For instance, take the 2015 week 2 matchup between the Patriots and the Bills at New Era Field. Two weeks before the game, there were seats in section 102 available from online ticket brokers for as little as $125. These seats would cost a season ticket holder $105, and would cost you $123 if you bought them from the Bills’ official website.
So yes, you can save on Buffalo Bills tickets - find out here which ticket brokers give you the best chance at the best prices.
|“Bills Mafia is the bro shotgunning beers and crushing the cans on his forehead. It’s the guy lighting himself on fire. Or the lady doing Dizzy Bat…”|
But if nothing else, the tailgate parties at New Era Field have become a spectator sport and internet fodder, as evidenced by the dozens of viral videos:
Of course you don’t have to go that far to have some fun, but since tailgating at the old Ralph Wilson Stadium is nearly as big an event as the game itself, I’m sure these cost-cutting tips will be helpful for your next Buffalo Bills tailgate party.
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