Fresh off a 6-10 season and a last-place finish in the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills have decided to raise ticket prices by about 15 percent.
The Bills’ season-ticket price increases will range from $2 to $10 a game, meaning the average ticket price will rise from $51.24 a game in 2009 to $59.19 a game in 2010.
The price increases will apply to the seven regular-season games and one preseason game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. It’s not clear whether prices will increase for the one regular-season game and one preseason game in Toronto.
The Bills had, on average, the cheapest tickets in the league in 2009, and they’re still expected to be among the cheapest in 2010.