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2021 Buffalo Bills Season Tickets (Includes Tickets to All Regular Season Home Games)Highmark Stadium - Orchard Park, NY
Where do the Buffalo Bills play their home games?
The Buffalo Bills play their home games at Highmark Stadium.
Where To Buy 2021 Buffalo Bills Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value tickets went on sale to the general public on Wednesday, May 12th at 8 p.m. ET via Ticketmaster. The majority of face-value tickets are sold out, with a smattering of upper level tickets available for most games.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Buffalo Bills tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
Buffalo Bills 2021 Opponents and Schedule
Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 12 vs Steelers, 1 p.m.
Week 2: Sunday, Sept. 19 at Dolphins, 1 p.m.
Week 3: Sunday, Sept. 26 vs Washington, 1 p.m.
Week 4: Sunday, Oct. 3 vs. Texans, 1 p.m.
Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 10 at Chiefs, 8:20 p.m
Week 6: Monday, Oct. 18 at Titans, 8:15 p.m.
Week 7: Bye week
Week 8: Sunday, Oct. 31 vs Dolphins, 1 p.m.
Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 7 at Jaguars, 1 p.m.
Week 10: Sunday, Nov. 14 at Jets, 1 p.m.
Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 21 vs Colts, 1 p.m.
Week 12: Thursday, Nov. 25 at Saints, 8:20 p.m
Week 13: Monday, Dec. 6 vs Patriots, 8:15 p.m.
Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 12 at Buccaneers, 4:25 p.m.
Week 15: Sat./Sun, Dec. 18-19 vs Panthers, TBD.
Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 26 at Patriots, 1 p.m.
Week 17: Sunday, Jan. 2 vs Falcons, 1 p.m.
Week 18: Sunday, Jan. 9 vs Jets, 1 p.m.
For 2021, the team has 4 primetime games, including Thanksgiving at New Orleans, the October 10th Sunday night game at Kansas City, a Week 6 a Monday night game at Tennessee and a Monday night matchup in Week 13 at home against New England.
Buffalo Bills 2021 Attendance Policy
Information regarding the Buffalo Bills updated 2021 attendance policy and potential capacity limits has not been released. However, it was also reported recently that 30 of the 32 NFL teams already have approval for full capacity at stadiums at the start of the 2021 preseason. The Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts have yet to get approval, but both teams are reportedly "on track".
Buffalo Bills 2021 Season Ticket and Partial Plan Options
Season tickets are available and if you're interested you can request more information via the Bills website.
Buffalo Bills Mobile Ticketing
To manage your Bills tickets, the team has a mobile app available on the App Store and Google Play. The app is also used for mobile entry into the venue. The Bills require ticket holders to use mobile tickets to enter Bills Stadium, and it is suggested to add the ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet to avoid slow WIFI or cellular signal while entering the stadium. Screenshots of the dynamic barcode on the ticket will not be accepted.
2021 Buffalo Bills Playoff Attendance Policy
(UPDATE 1/10) The Bills announced that tickets will go on sale for their Divisional Round game will go on sale on Sunday, January 10th and Monday, January 11th. Here is some more info via BuffaloBills.com:
The Divisional round ticket on-sale availability will take place on Sunday, January 10 and Monday, January 11. Playoff ticket on-sales will go in account seniority order for Season Ticket Members that are eligible. All playoff tickets will be sold ONLINE ONLY. No tickets will be sold over the phone or in person. Eligible Members will receive an email with their date and time to purchase today.
Tickets will not be on sale to the general public.
There is a limit to one pod per season-ticket account, and pods can be purchase with two seats or four seats. Fans wanting to attend will be required to have a negative COVID-10 test at Bills Stadium within 72 hours of game day.
2021 NFL Tickets: Face Value, On Sale Info, Attendance Policies - All Teams
Where To Buy NFL Tickets
Depending on the team, primary market tickets are available via Ticketmaster and Seatgeek. For 2021, the league has expanded to nine teams for each home team, which means there are more opportunities than ever to catch football in the Fall. Over the last few years, many teams put their single-game tickets on sale immediately after the schedule release, which means that's a way to get tickets. However, the NFL has more season tickets than other leagues, which means there are some tickets that are only available via resale which is a good reason to check all sources.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free NFL tickets for all teams for the 2021 schedule, which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
2021 NFL Attendance Policy
It was also reported recently that 30 of the 32 NFL teams already have approval for full capacity at stadiums at the start of the 2021 preseason. The Denver Broncos and Indianapolis Colts have yet to get approval, but both teams are reportedly "on track".
When Do 2021 NFL Ticket Go On Sale
The 2021 NFL schedule was released on May 12th. Over the last few years, many teams put their single-game tickets on sale immediately after the schedule release. Secondary market tickets will be available for most teams either that night or on the morning of May 13th.
You can check on ticket availability for any team by clicking their link below.
- Arizona Cardinals
- Atlanta Falcons
- Baltimore Ravens
- Buffalo Bills
- Carolina Panthers
- Chicago Bears
- Cincinnati Bengals
- Cleveland Browns
- Dallas Cowboys
- Denver Broncos
- Detroit Lions
- Green Bay Packers
- Houston Texans
- Indianapolis Colts
- Jacksonville Jaguars
- Kansas City Chiefs
- Las Vegas Raiders
- Los Angeles Rams
- Los Angeles Chargers
- Miami Dolphins
- Minnesota Vikings
- New England Patriots
- New Orleans Saints
- New York Giants
- New York Jets
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Pittsburgh Steelers
- San Francisco 49ers
- Seattle Seahawks
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Tennessee Titans
- Washington Football Team
How Much Are 2021 NFL Tickets
For teams that were able to host fans for the 2020 season, prices were much higher than in years past, at an average price of $407. That was up from $258 in 2019. With the additional game each team will be hosting, we'd don't expect prices to increase from 2019 overall, although certain high-interest teams could see prices increase( Raiders, Bills, Jaguars), while other are likely to see prices drop from 2019 levels (Patriots).
For Week 1, the Raiders fan opener at Allegiant Stadium is the most expensive game, with tickets starting at over $800. The next most expensive Week 1 game is in Tampa Bay, where the Buccaneers will hoist their Super Bowl Championship banner against the Cowboys on Thursday night.
Below are two infographics showing the most expensive teams and games for the 2021 schedule based on the cheapest ticket on the secondary market:
How To Find Cheap 2021 Buffalo Bills Tickets + On Sale Info
Where To Buy 2021 Buffalo Bills Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value tickets went on sale to the general public on Wednesday, May 12th at 8 p.m. ET via Ticketmaster. The majority of face-value tickets are sold out, with a smattering of upper level tickets available for most games.Read More →
How To Find The Cheapest NFL Playoff Tickets + Face Value Options
The 2020 NFL regular season has come to an end and the playoffs are here. Below, we will breakdown attendance policies, and primary and secondary market ticket pricing for each team.Read More →
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2020 & Potential Coronavirus Impact on Secondary Market
The 2020 NFL schedule was recently announced. While this is exciting news for all football fans, there are some major questions marks heading into the 2020 season due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The league remains very confident that the 2020 season will happen on time.Read More →
How To Find The Cheapest Bills Vs. Ravens Tickets on 12/8/19
How Much Are Bills vs. Ravens Tickets at New Era Field on 12/8/19
Sunday’s AFC matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills is generating plenty of interest, and primary market tickets remain only on the 300 Level and six 200-Level sections at New Era Field. The cheapest seats are $49 in Section 338, Row 9 high above the Bills sideline. The available 200-Level seats are all Club Seats, which come with lounge access at Jim Kelly’s Club 12, and start at $169 in Sections 206 and 216 on the corners.
On the secondary market, Club Seats start at $69 in Club Corner 204 on the Ravens side, and at $303 in Section 237 on the Bills side at the end of the sideline. On the Bills side, seats come with access to Van Miller’s Press Box Club. Fans can get into the game on the secondary market for $39 on the 300 Level above the end zone while 50-yard line tickets with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee start at $186 in Section 133, Row 17 behind the Bills bench or $220 in Section 112, Row 12 behind the Ravens bench.
Bills Stadium Seating Chart + Rows, Seat Numbers and Club Seats
For sold out seats, TicketIQ has Fee Free tickets for Buffalo Bills games and Concerts at Bills Stadium. TicketIQ customers save up to 25% compared to other secondary sites. TicketIQ also provides access to unsold face-value tickets for all events at Bills Stadium via Ticketmaster.Read More →
How To Find The Cheapest NFL Thanksgiving Day Tickets + Face Value Options
It’s a Happy Thanksgiving with three NFL games on the slate, including Thursday Night Football. Below is a look at ticket availability for all three games:
CHICAGO BEARS at DETROIT LIONS
For the first game on the Thanksgiving Day slate, fans can get in for $85 for standing-room only on the primary market, and the cheapest seat is $125 in the 300 Sections at Ford Field. 200-Level seats start at $139 in the end zone. On the 100-Level, there are tickets remaining at the 50-yard line on both sides of the field, starting at $214 in Section 127 behind the Bears bench. Club Seats start at $265 for sections overlooking the 20-yard line to the end zone, and $336 for sections between the 20-yard lines.
On the secondary market, standing-room only tickets start at $94, and the best seats start at $103 in the 300 Sections. Club Seats with the TicketIQ Low Price Guarantee start at $218 in Club 227 at the end zone, and go up to $311 in Club 211, Row 2 at the 10-yard line on the Lions side. Elsewhere around the stadium, end-zone seats start at $148 on the 200-Level in Middle 242 and at $145 in Lower 136. At the 50-yard line, the best seats still remaining are in Lower 127, Row 3 behind the Bears bench for $514.
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Detroit Lions tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.
BUFFALO BILLS at DALLAS COWBOYS
Primary market tickets for the “sandwich game” on Thanksgiving Day are still available via partner SeatGeek, but only for standing-room only at A&T Stadium to see the Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys. It will cost fans $50 for a general-admission ticket to be in the stadium and watch the game from the 300-Level standing-room only section.
Fans wanting a at seat the game should visit the secondary market, as TicketIQ also has standing-room only tickets starting at $66, but also has seats starting at $142 in Upper Concourse 403. TicketIQ also has Club Seat available on the 100, 200, and 300 Levels, starting at $339 in Mezzanine 330, Row 16. On the 200 Level, the cheapest Club Seat is $479 in Club Main 238, Row 11 between the 10- and 20-yard lines and on the 100 Level, the cheapest Club Seat is $478 in Club Hall of Fame, Row 9 at the 10-yard line. Elsewhere around the stadium, end-zone seats range in price from $308-$520, depending on what level you select, and 50-yard line seats start at $666 in Section Club Hall of Fame, Row 21 behind the Bills bench or $1,008 in Section Club Hall of Fame 110, Row 9 behind the Cowboys bench.
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Cowboys tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS at ATLANTA FALCONS
Limited seats on the primary market remain for the New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons game at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. This is the Thursday Night Game. Most remaining seats are on the 300 Level and range in price from $130-$170. There are three 200-Level sections remaining, all on the corners, and all start at $200. Ticketmaster does show seats in Club 127 and Club 130, at the 30-yard lines on the Saints side, available starting at $380. These seats include lounge access, cushioned seating, VIP parking, and upscale dining options.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats starting at $75 on the 300 Level, and a wider selection than on the primary market. There are seats all over the 200 Level, including at the 50-yard line for Piedmont Club 212 tickets starting at $252 in Row 5. There are also Club Seats on the 100 Level, starting at $302 in Midfield Club 130, Row 24 on the Saints side. Elsewhere on the 100 Level, fans can get seats in the end zone starting at $144, or on the sideline between the 10-yard line and end of the end zone starting at $281 in Lower Sideline 124, Row 7 on the Saints side.
On the secondary market TicketIQ will offer fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Falcons tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.
How To Find The Cheapest Bills Vs. Patriots Tickets In 2019
These AFC East rivals have met 117 teams, and the Patriots hold a commanding all-time series advantage, including winning 15 of the last 18. Despite that, it's a big game in both Buffalo and Foxboro, and this year, primary market tickets for both games are already sold out.Read More →
Where To Find The Cheapest Jets Vs. Bills Tickets In 2019
How Much Are Jets Vs. Bills Tickets at Metlife Stadium on 9/8/19
The cheapest tickets for the NFL’s opening weekend at Metlife Stadium start at $58 on the secondary ticket market for an endzone seat in section 324. All endzone seats are sold out, which means that the secondary market is the only way to get tickets in that level of Metlife Stadium. Directly from the Jets, the cheapest ticket available on Ticketmaster is $87 for a 3rd row seat in section 309. While there are scattered unsold tickets directly from the team, as the below screenshot shows, they're mostly located in the Upper Level. For fans looking to sit in the first three rows of the 300-level, the Jets have $100 tickets available for sale. On the secondary market, the lowest row available is 9. For lower level seats, the secondary market is primary options, with endzone 100-level seats starting under $100. For sideline seats in the 100-level, tickets start are around $175 for tickets behind the Jets bench, and slightly less for tickets on the Bills side.
Below is a screenshot of ticket availability on TicketIQ as well as from the Jets directly.Read More →