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Bills ticket pricing changes

Orchard Park, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills single-game tickets next season could cost fans more, depending on which game they want to attend.

The Bills announced plans for variable ticket pricing during the 2014 season. Tickets will be priced on certain tiers, based on projected demand.

The variables could include popularity of the Bills' opponent and weather conditions. For example, tickets could cost more for next season's home game against the Green Bay Packers because the team is successful and has a large fan base. Ticket prices could also be higher for games against rivals, including the New England Patriots, teams like the Cleveland Browns whose fans can easily travel to Buffalo for games.

"The goal of variable pricing is to create a pricing structure that best reflects the market demand for all games," said Russ Brandon, Bills president and CEO.

Single-game ticket prices will be revealed following the release of the NFL regular season schedule in April.

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Washington Times