Bills Are a Hot Ticket in Buffalo
With both the Bills and Patriots picking up convincing Week 1 victories, this week’s Patriots at Bills game is the most expensive Bills home game on the secondary market in at least five years.
At an average resale price of $143 a ticket, the game is the most expensive the Ralph has seen since at least 2010, topping last week’s home opener, which had an average resale price of $132 a ticket. In fact, the only event over the past five years to top this week’s game at the Ralph was July’s Rolling Stones concert, which had an average resale price of $219 a ticket.
New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills Tickets
Overall this year, the average resale price of a Bills ticket is $122, which puts them 22nd in the league. At this point last year the overall average resale price of a Bills ticket was $101, which put them 28th in the league. That’s an increase of 21 percent year-over-year, showing the increased interest in this year’s squad.
Listing prices for this weekend’s game have stayed pretty consistent, so fans waiting for a last minute deal may be out of luck. We did see a 10 percent bump in prices following the Brady decision, but the numbers have recovered back to where they were before that announcement came out.
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Of those looking for tickets on SeatGeek, 17 percent live in the Boston-Providence corridor. This makes sense, as the trip may be a way for Patriots fans to save money, as their cheapest home game is their matchup against the Titans, which has an average resale price of $192. The vast majority of fans looking for tickets are in the Buffalo area though, as 54 percent looking for tickets come from the Buffalo-Rochester-Toronto area.