The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday that season tickets have sold out for the 2021 season.
“The entire Bills organization is grateful to our passionate Season Ticket Members who continue to impress us with their support of our team,” said Bills Vice President of Ticket Sales & Service Chris Colleary. “We can’t wait to kick off an exciting 2021 season at Highmark Stadium.”
The team says in order to provide ticket access to as many Bills fans as possible, individual game tickets are available for the general public and are currently on sale — but the quantity for single-game tickets is extremely limited. More information can be found here.
The Bills have been cleared to host fans at 100% capacity for the 2021 season. Those who are fully vaccinated and willing to prove it can watch the Bills in Buffalo in person, according to Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz.
The team said that fans who are interested in becoming season ticket members in 2022 and beyond will have an opportunity to join a waiting list, and details will be announced soon.
The Bills went a league-best 7-1 at home last season before winning a pair of playoff games at Bills Stadium, their first postseason wins in 25 years.
The team announced in March that their home field had been renamed Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Stadium following a new naming rights deal with the health insurer.