Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone

The Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone describes both endzone seating areas on the first level of Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Ralph Wilson Stadium seating chart shows the Bills Lower Endzone between the Bills Lower Corners and below the Bills Coors Light Rock Pile.


Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone sections are placed on the 100 levels of both the tunnel endzone and scoreboard endzone. Although the Bills Coors Light Rock Pile and Bills Tops Family Corner occupy a segment of the second level of seating, the Lower Endzone sections form a contiguous group on the first level of seating. Seven sections make up the Lower Endzone on the field level of the tunnel endzone: Bills Section 119, Bills Section 120, Bills Section 121, Bills Section 122, Bills Section 123, Bills Section 124, and Bills Section 125. Seven more sections are on the 100 level of the scoreboard endzone: Bills Section 141, Bills Section 142, Bills Section 143, Bills Section 101, Bills Section 102, Bills Section 103, and Bills Section 104. The picture below documents the view granted to patrons in the Lower Endzone seating area. While the perspective on action occurring near the close endzone is unrivaled, plays by the distant endzone are impossible to follow. 

Browse the Buffalo Bills Seating Chart or view detailed information and pictures from each of the available seating areas in Ralph Wilson Stadium: Bills Time Warner Cable Business Class Club, Bills Jim Kelly Club, Bills Goal Line Club, Bills Red Zone Club, Bills Paul Maguire Club, Bills Van Miller Club, Bills M&T Bank Club, Bills Suites, Bills Lower Sidelines, Bills Lower Corners, Bills Lower Endzone, Bills Tops Family Corner, Bills Upper Sidelines, Bills Upper Corners, Bills Upper Endzone, and Bills Rock Pile.

Bills Lower Endzone tickets are sold primarily as full season tickets for $450 with remaining seats sold as individual game tickets for $55 a piece. Since the Bills only play nine home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium (with the tenth game played at the Rodgers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada), there is a $5 discount for purchasing a full season ticket versus single game tickets. Fans looking for the best availability of Lower Endzone tickets should consider secondary market ticket sources and independent ticket websites. Prices range from 60 percent of face value for low-demand preseason games to in excess of $100 each for the best seats for popular regular season games. Knowledgeable Bills fans should also consider tickets in the Bills Rock Pile or Bills Tops Family Corner sections for comparable views at much lower prices.

Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone

Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone
View of the Buffalo Bills Lower Endzone at Ralph Wilson Stadium
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