Bills Announce Sunday’s Game Sold Out – Will Be Shown Locally

This Sunday’s Bills-Patriots game has sold out and will be shown on local television, the club announced on Thursday.

A limited number of premium seats remain available.

According to a report in The Buffalo News earlier this month, the team’s season-ticket base has dropped by 33 percent over the last two seasons, bringing the number of season-tickets sold to under 38,000.

Buffalo’s home-opener against the Oakland Raiders, a game in which they rallied for a 38-35 win, was sold out as is the team’s October 9 game against Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles.

The New York Jets, Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins and Denver Broncos round out the Bills’ home schedule at Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Bills will host the Washington Redskins at the Rogers Centre in Toronto on October 30.

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