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[BN] Blitz newsletter: The Drought is over ... so Bills' season ticket prices are going up

After making the playoffs for the first time in 18 seasons, the Bills will increase their season-ticket prices for 2018.

Jay Skurski detailed some of the new prices – which he says are up about 3 percent – and noted that the team's season tickets are still among the cheapest in the NFL. The cheapest season ticket is $330, while the most expensive is $1,080.

“The decision to raise prices is not one that we take lightly,” team president Russ Brandon said in a letter to season ticketholders, “but we know that Bills season tickets continue to be one of the best values in the NFL and offer a discount off the individual game ticket prices.”

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