Monday, June 15, 2015

Bills break season-ticket record, to cap sales at 60K

The excitement of Bills fans for the future has finally reached historic heights.

After years of steady ticket sales, the team has snapped its single-season season-ticket record, according to President Russ Brandon, an accomplishment he attributed to the team's faithful fan base.

"It's exciting times for the organization," he said Monday via "It's a credit to our fans and their loyalty. We have the best fans in the NFL, and it's proven year in and year out."

The team has sold more than 57,500 season tickets for the upcoming season, breaking the previous record from 1992, when they were a perennial powerhouse.

Brandon said the organization will cap sales at 60,000 if they get that high, while individual game seats are currently available for only the team's matchup against Jets on Jan. 3.


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