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Bills vs. Panthers, Bills vs. Ravens games have sold out

You'll get to see at least two more Bills games at Ralph Wilson Stadium from the comfort of your own homes this year, starting with Sunday's Week 2 tilt with the Carolina Panthers.

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After weeks of near-relentless marketing via social media and other avenues, the Buffalo Bills have announced that Sunday's game with the Carolina Panthers has officially sold out - as has their Week 4 tilt with the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens.

The Bills needed to sell out the Panthers game by today at 1PM ET for the contest to be televised locally, and they obviously made that deadline. Following next Sunday's road trip to take on the New York Jets, the Bills' Week 4 contest with Joe Flacco, Terrell Suggs and the new-look Ravens will also be televised locally if you're not planning on attending the game.

That means that three of the Bills' seven home games are officially sellouts for the 2013 season. That leaves four games left to sell out: October 13 against the Cincinnati Bengals, November 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs, November 17 against the Jets and December 22 against the Miami Dolphins.