The Bills are offering a package of discounted tickets in a bid to fill a combined 57,000 unsold seats available for their final three home games.
CEO Russ Brandon announced the offer Tuesday, saying the team is offering a 12.5 percent discount when fans buy tickets for all three games.
It’s a move to spur sales, because the Bills traditionally find it most difficult to sell out Ralph Wilson Stadium in December. And it’s an effort to provide the Bills a home-field advantage in their bid to stay in the playoff race.
In a three-way tie atop the AFC East, the Bills (5-3) play their next three on the road, starting at Dallas (4-4) on Sunday. Buffalo then returns to play three of four at home.