Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News is reporting Thursday morning that the Buffalo Bills are very close to breaking their club record for single-year season ticket sales, set way back in 1992.
Expecting word, possibly as soon as today, #Bills have broken 23-year-old record for season-tix sales. Very close to '92 mark of 57,132.— Vic Carucci (@viccarucci) June 4, 2015
Ralph Wilson Stadium currently has a capacity of just under 72,000, meaning that roughly 80 percent of the stadium's seats will be gobbled up by season ticket holders. Single-game tickets are not yet available to fans, which is why the team is considering putting a cap on the number of season tickets they'll sell this year.
Those 1992 Bills were coming off of consecutive Super Bowl appearances, and featured several future Hall of Fame players and coaches. These 2015 Bills, led by a magnetic personality in head coach Rex Ryan, are hoping to end the franchise's 15-year playoff drought this season.