Games were split into three tiers: gold (the most expensive, most in-demand games), silver, and bronze (the least in-demand contests). Full details on ticket prices can be found at the link above based on where seats are located in the system; what you see below is the price range for tickets in each tier. (Here is the Bills' full schedule, if you missed it.)
- Week 2: Miami Dolphins (Sunday, September 14, 1PM ET)
- Week 6: New England Patriots (Sunday, October 12, 1PM ET)
- Week 3: San Diego Chargers (Sunday, September 21, 1PM ET)
- Week 7: Minnesota Vikings (Sunday, October 19, 1PM ET)
- Week 12: New York Jets (Sunday, November 23, 1PM ET)
- Week 15: Green Bay Packers (Sunday, December 14, 1PM ET)
- Week 10: Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday, November 9, 1PM ET)
- Week 13: Cleveland Browns (Sunday, November 30, 1PM ET)
Preseason ticket prices do not appear to be affected by the model, as those ticket prices remain in the $44-$90 range.
Group tickets will go on sale on June 20, with individual game tickets following a week later on June 27 at 9AM ET.