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Buffalo Bills 2021 season tickets officially sold out

Miami Dolphins v Buffalo Bills Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images

The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that season tickets were officially sold out for the 2021 season.

The team expects to be at full capacity by the time the league year opens in August and Erie County executive Mark Poloncarz has supported that notion, if everyone is vaccinated. New York State governor Andrew Cuomo hasn’t gone that far yet, but has said that any venue in the state can enforce that policy. Erie County is the owner of Highmark Stadium, a facility it leases to the Bills.

The Bills made it all the way to the AFC Championship Game in 2020 for the first time in a generation, and fans are buzzing. With an entire season of home games missed by fans due to COVID-19 restrictions, excitement for home games is at a fever pitch.

No waiting list for 2022 season tickets has been announced yet, but one will be provided shortly.

You can still buy individual game tickets through this link. (This is not an affiliate link and we will not be compensated.)