Buffalo Bills fans have been filling Ralph Wilson Stadium to capacity for decades in undying support of their hometown NFL team. From the collisions on the field to the fans singing the "Shout Song" in the stands, attending a Bills home game is truly a remarkable experience.
Nothing beats the thrills of live NFL action, especially with the host of notable opponents that pass through Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., each year. From AFC East foes like the New England Patriots to rivals in the NFC, you'll be able to secure Buffalo Bills tickets for all upcoming home and away games at Vivid Seats. Our tireless team of customer service professionals will be available every step of the way to ensure you find just what you're looking for. Here's how to reserve your Bills tickets from the marketplace:
First view the 2013 Buffalo Bills schedule for all games slated for the season. You can switch the results to view home or away games by setting the "View" drop down at the top of the schedule.
Once you've decided on your game, our interactive Ralph Wilson Stadium seating map will allow you to compare tickets by price. If you want to sit at the end zone, 50 yard line, or wish to check out box seats and suite options - simply hover your mouse over a section in the stadium and view the corresponding Bills football tickets and pricing.
Check out takes just moments at Vivid Seats. All you need to do is let us know how many Buffalo Bills tickets you will be purchasing by using the drop down to specify quantity, click on the "Buy" button and login to your account. If you've never purchased with us before, you can easily create an account with us to finalize your order.
New Head Coach Doug Marrone Leads Bills Into 2013 NFL Season
The Buffalo Bills will have another fresh start this fall, as they look to reverse a 6-10 mark from 2012, and work to end the division championship drought. The upcoming season will surely give the team an opportunity to showcase the range of changes made throughout the offseason. Former Syracuse head coach, Doug Marrone, is now at the helm for the Bills, and had previously held positions as offensive coordinator and line coach for the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints. With Marrone’s track record of developing struggling teams into successful squads, fans are hopeful a quick turnaround is in sight.
The Bills 2013 schedule contains just a handful of last year’s postseason teams, though the home and season opener at Ralph Wilson Stadium will pose an exception when the reigning AFC East champion, New England Patriots, come to town on Sept. 8. The Bills will remain in town the following week to host the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 15, before making the quick trip to East Rutherford to take on the New York Jets in the first road contest of the year on Sept. 22. Other notable matchups include a home bout with the defending Super Bowl champion, Baltimore Ravens, on Sept. 29, the visiting Atlanta Falcons on Dec. 1, and a rematch with the Patriots to close out the regular season on Dec. 29. Be there in person for all the action with Bills tickets from Vivid Seats.
Offense Shining for 2012 Bills
The season may still be in its infancy, but the Buffalo Bills’ offense has been a force, especially in the month of September. According to the official team website, in six games played during the first month of the season in 2011 and 2012 (one to go for this year), the Bills have gone 5-1 and lead the NFL in points per game (33.3). Returning quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick, has started in all three games thus far, tallying 581 yards and eight touchdowns, while running back C.J. Spiller has posted a team-high 33 carries for 308 yards, and wide receiver Steve Johnson has snagged 13 receptions for 172 yards. Along with Fitzpatrick, both have recorded three touchdowns as well.
Be there for several more home games, including a pair quickly approaching against New England (9/30) and Tennessee (10/21). Check out the list above featuring all the games in our inventory and secure your Buffalo Bills tickets today.