Orchard Park, N.Y. (WKBW release) -- The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that individual game tickets will officially go on-sale to the general public at noon on Friday, August 5.
There will also be a special online pre-sale for Bills Backers members and friends of the Official Buffalo Bills Page on Facebook three hours before the general public, beginning August 5 at 9 a.m. In addition, Bills fans signed up to receive email, text or Twitter updates will also be granted early access.
There is no cost to be a Buffalo Bills Backers member (www.buffalobills.com/register.html) or to join the team’s official Buffalo Bills Facebook page (www.Facebook.com/BuffaloBills), Bills Email or Twitter accounts (www.twitter.com/buffalobills). Standard text messaging rates apply for Bills Text Alerts (Text BILLS to 64621).
The Bills Backers fan club is one of the largest in the NFL and the Bills Facebook page has over 260,000 friends.
Any remaining tickets after the Bills Backers pre-sale will be made available to the public through Ticketmaster online via ticketmaster.com and Western and Central New York Ticketmaster locations beginning at 12 p.m. on Friday, August 5.
A list of Ticketmaster retail locations is available at ticketmaster.com by clicking on ‘retail locations.’ Remaining tickets may also be purchased online at buffalobills.com, on the phone by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257) or in person at the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office. Due to high demand, tickets for individual games are subject to availability.
The Bills are also offering a military discount which applies to the New York Jets, Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos games. Current military members and Veterans may receive up to $13 off per ticket for these games. For more information, military members can call 1-877-BB-TICKS (1-877-228-4257) or log-on to buffalobills.com.
The Bills home schedule at Ralph Wilson Stadium includes the preseason “Kids Day” game vs. the Jacksonville Jaguars on August 27, the preseason game vs. the Detroit Lions on September 1, the regular season home opener vs. the Oakland Raiders on September 18, the division rival New England Patriots on September 25, the Philadelphia Eagles on October 9, the division rival New York Jets on November 6, the Tennessee Titans on December 4, the division rival Miami Dolphins on December 18 and the Denver Broncos on Christmas Eve, December 24.