The Buffalo Bills released the prices for individual game tickets Friday.
Tickets are classified in three different levels, descending by price: Gold, Silver, and Bronze.
Four games this season are classified as Gold games -- the season opener Sept. 13 against Indianapolis, Sept. 20 against New England, Oct. 4 against the New York Giants and Dec. 27 against Dallas. Tickets for those games range from $75 (200 level family corner, 300 Level IV, 200 level Labatt Blue Zone and 300 Level V) to $132 (110 Level 1). There are tickets available for $89 (100 Level IV, 200 Level I, 300 Level III), $99 (100 Level III, 300 Level II) and $116 (100 Level II, 300 Level I).
For gold games, individual ticket prices have gone up $7 -- from $68 to $75 -- for the cheapest tickets from 2014, and $2 for tickets in the most expensive, from $130 to $132.
Silver games against Cincinnati on Oct. 18 and Miami on Nov. 8 range from $62 to $112, while bronze games against Houston on Dec. 6 and the New York Jets on Jan. 3 go from $52 to $94. The two preseason games, Aug. 14 against Carolina and Aug. 29 against Pittsburgh, cost anywhere between $44 and $80.
Individiual and group ticket presales for season-ticket holders will take place early next month. Group tickets go on sale to the general public June 19, with individual game tickets to go on sale July 29.
The Bills said season-ticket holders will receive discounts varying from 15 to 50 percent off individual game prices.