Season pass prices for 2022 will increase by an average of $11.57 and will vary based on seat location. The average price per season pass including club and regular seats will be $113 including sales taxes. The average general admission seat will be $91.98, which is still below last year’s league average ($107.05). The average club seat price of $275 is also well below the 2021 NFL average of $319.46.
Last year, the Bills capped season tickets at around 60,000. The team’s success, however, has produced a waiting list for season tickets that the box office is evaluating.
“Throughout last season, we racked up about 3,000 subscriptions on a waitlist,” Colleary said. “So we’re actively selling places on the waitlist. We’re looking at increasing the capacity of subscriptions a bit more to make sure we can accommodate those people on the waitlist.”
Fans can secure a place on the waitlist with a deposit of $125 per seat. The subscription renewal period for current subscribers will be from February 15 to March 15.
“I just want to echo what Brandon Beane said the other day. We so appreciate the support from our season subscribers,” Colleary said. “We cannot thank them enough on behalf of the entire organization for their passion and loyalty. They have set the bar high for all of our fans.”
With respect to immunization policy, Bills will continue to work with local and state government going forward regarding any potential changes.
Finally, it looks like the Bills will be able to bring their fans back from north of the border for games this fall.
“We are very excited to welcome back our Canadian subscribers next season,” said Colleary. “A lot of them haven’t really been able to attend for two years now, so we’re excited to see them again.”
The Bills will continue to offer interest-free extended payment plan options through the club’s Easy Renew program.