For the third straight year, Buffalo Bills season ticket holders will see an increase in price.
Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News reports that ticket holders should see an raise of an average 4.6 percent this year. The average price per seat will increase from $89.56 to $93.67. Despite the raise being less than $5.00 per seat, it will be the third consecutive year the prices were raised.
This year’s increase differs from last year’s because the price increases on all seat, just only select ones. About 33% will see the smallest increase of $1.00 to $2.00, while the largest change will be between $9.00 and $13.00.
It’s reported that the price increase is due to a higher demand of tickets since the Bills have gone to the playoffs in two of the last three years.
Season parking passes are expected to see prices go up about 7.1 to 20 percent.
This season, the Bills will host the Chiefs, Chargers, Rams, Seahawks, Steelers, Patriots, Dolphins, and Jets.
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