The management of Buffalo Bills have something to smile about after it was announced that the fans have already bought 57,000 season tickets. The Buffalo Bills made the announcement on Monday and the new mark of 57,000 season tickets sold surpasses the record that the franchise set back in 1992.
While addressing the media on Monday, the team’s president, Russ Brandon, took time to the thanks the fans for the part they have played in helping set a new franchise record for “season tickets” sold.
“I would like to start off by thanking the fans for what they have been able to do, I would also like to thank the ownership who have managed to provide the team with the necessary stability needed and making it among the top teams in the NFL,” said Brandon.
“As I had mentioned earlier during the time of the sale, we have been able to deal with the collective anvil which was constantly on our minds regarding the future of this team and that is the main reason why we are in a position today to announce this announcement.”
The Buffalo bills are set to cap theirs season’s ticket at around 60,000 and in an event that there will be an increase in the demand of the tickets then the team will institute a waiting list. The individual tickets sale for the Buffalo’s home games have also sold out except the game between the Buffalo Bills vs the New York Jets which will be the team’s regular-season final match.