The Buffalo Bills announced on Friday afternoon that single-game tickets for their 2015 regular season schedule will be made available for sale to the general public on Wednesday, July 29. Season-ticket holders will have access to single-game tickets sooner, as usual, in early June. There will also be a group ticket sale on Friday, June 19.
Based on the new variable pricing model announced earlier this offseason, each Bills game will have different ticket prices. The team's two preseason games in August will have tickets ranging from $44 to $80. Tickets for two late-season home games, against Houston on December 6 and the finale against the New York Jets on January 3, will range between $52 and $94 as "bronze" tier contests.
Two silver-tier games - against Cincinnati on October 18, and Miami on November 8 - will have tickets ranging between $62 and $112. Then, naturally, four gold-tier games - the first three of the season (opener against Indianapolis, September 20 against New England, October 4 against the New York Giants), plus a December 27 tilt with Dallas - are the most expensive on the schedule, with tickets ranging between $75 to $132.
For a full breakdown of tiered pricing based on seat location in Ralph Wilson Stadium, see this chart.
Which games are you planning on trying to go to, single-game ticket buyers?