Team Leads a Decline in Seat Prices
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/29/2012 -- According to Team Marketing Report’s annual Fan Cost Index, the Buffalo Bills have the second cheapest tickets in the National Football League. They will be charging, around $58.36 on average for a non-premium seat in the season for 2012. The price marks a decline of 1.4% in comparison to previous seasons.
Because of its failure to qualify for championships since 1999, the Buffalo Bills has not hiked up prices for two consecutive seasons. Still, the Bills’ game seats are sold out on a regular basis. Three of their seven home games have been declared to be sold out. The season ticket sales are up fifteen percent more than 43,000 at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
The Jets are in a position similar to the Bills where they are lowering some of their ticket prices; however, their non-premium seat costs at $117.94. The NFL average is $78.38.
The report further elaborates on the Bills by revealing that the team is tied with the San Diego Chargers for beer prices, at nine dollars compared to the league-wide $7.28 average.
Taking into account the cost of tickets and concessions, the FCI records $361.45 for the Bills, which marks an 0.8% increase from 2011. All is not gloom and doom for the team.
The complete FCI for the 2012 NFL season can be found here.
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