The Buffalo Bills have sold out their first three home games of the 2015 season without even opening up single-game ticket sales to the general public.
Between the highest volume of season ticket sales in the team's history and those season ticket holders purchasing additional seats, games against the Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, and New York Giants are sold out. The team announced they held back some seats for purchase by fans still interested in buying a season ticket. If they don't sell them as a set, they will release them as individual game tickets at a later date.
It wasn't long ago that selling out home games was not a foregone conclusion for the Bills, but the excitement created this offseason has clearly driven the bottom line, even though the NFL lifted their long-standing blackout policy for the 2015 season.
Limited tickets remain for home tilts against the Cincinnati Bengals and Dallas Cowboys, as well. Nothing was announced about the other trio of home games against the Miami Dolphins, Houston Texans, and New York Jets.