Orchard Park, N.Y. (WKBW release) -- Sunday's game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots at Ralph Wilson Stadium, is sold out and will be televised locally.
A limited number of premium seats remain available for the game. Fans may purchase tickets by going online at buffalobills.com or ticketmaster.com, by visiting the Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket office, or by calling 1-877-BB-TICKS (228-4257).
Pregame activities include the Ronald Reagan Centennial National Football Coin Toss. Mrs. Joanne Kemp (wife of former Bills quarterback and political leader Jack Kemp) and their son Jimmy Kemp will be the honorary coin toss participants. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation along with many partners, including a bipartisan commission appointed by the Congress and President Obama, are commemorating President Reagan’s birthday with a yearlong Centennial Celebration.
In addition, Verizon Wireless, the Family Justice Center of Erie County and the Buffalo Bills will collect no-longer-used wireless phones to benefit domestic violence survivors at this Sunday’s Bills game. Through Verizon Wireless’ HopeLine® program, these phones will be refurbished and recycled or sold. Proceeds will be used to purchase wireless phones for domestic violence survivors to use in emergency or threatening situations, or to help find employment, locate housing or arrange for day care. HopeLine also makes financial grants to domestic violence organizations. For every fan that checks in via Foursquare to Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday with #HOPELINE, Verizon will also donate $10 to the Family Justice Center.
The Bills Shredd & Ragan Tailgate Party will be held in parking lot C behind the Bills scoreboard beginning at 10:00 a.m., and this game’s featured musical act is the band, “The Rig.” The Bills Healthy Zone (Fieldhouse) will open at 9:30 a.m. for the 97 Rock pregame show, Bills Alumni appearances, interactive games and activities, and complimentary souvenir fan photos.