The Buffalo Bills have sold over 55,000 season tickets for the 2016 season since they've gone on sale this offseason. For those that don't want to commit to an entire season purchase, the Bills have released the individual ticket pricing for the upcoming slate of games.
The Bills have used the 'tiered' pricing system in the past, and this year they've adopted a new tier that is the highest of them all. The team has declared that the Thursday night game -- the home opener against the New York Jets, and the night Bruce Smith will have his jersey retired by the team, on September 15 -- will go by the new 'Platinum' pricing.
Under that distinction, individual tickets will range anywhere from $86 to $152.
There are four other tiers to classify the games: Gold, silver, bronze, and preseason. The Bills have designated the home games against the Arizona Cardinals (September 25), San Francisco 49ers (October 16), New England Patriots (October 30), and Pittsburgh Steelers (December 11) as gold games, with individual tickets ranging from $80 to $140.
The only 'silver' game is against the Jacksonville Jaguars -- Doug Marrone's return to Ralph Wilson Stadium -- on November 27. Those tickets will be sold individually anywhere from $66 to $118. The remaining two 'bronze' games (ticket price range $54 to $98) are the final two home games of the season, December 18 versus Cleveland, and December 24 against Miami.
The date that individual ticket sales start has not yet been released by the team. You can see the full details on individual game pricing by clicking the right arrow on the picture at the top of the story.