Buffalo Bills fans now have an idea of what the team might be charging for personal seat licenses in their new $1.4 billion stadium.
The PSLs could range from $500 to $16,500, according to an email sent to fans obtained by The Buffalo News.
- Reserved section seating, for example, could cost anywhere between $1,750 and $7,300, depending on the level of the stadium.
- The email did say, however, that the prices are “hypothetical” at this time.
- PSLs can reportedly range from $500 in some NFL stadiums to more than $100,000 in markets like Dallas, Los Angeles, and Las Vegas.
The sales would reportedly help fund construction of the stadium.
The state of New York and Erie County previously pledged $850 million toward the project — though the announcement didn’t come without controversy. Bills ownership allegedly asked for public funding to cover the entire cost of the stadium.
While Bills fans grapple with whether to pay top dollar for season tickets, Highmark Health Blue Cross Blue Shield of Western New York is mulling whether to sell the stadium’s naming rights, Front Office Sports previously reported.
Highmark currently pays about $5 million per year for the 10-year deal rights, according to one source.