Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines

Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines are the best viewing locations within Ralph Wilson Stadium. The Ralph Wilson Stadium seating chart shows the Bills Lower Sidelines occupying all of the seating areas between the 10 yard-lines on both sides of the field.


Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines provide the closest seats to midfield of any location in the stadium. As the picture below documents, fans in the Lower Sidelines receive a great view of action throughout the entire field with the front rows of the sections near the 50 yard-line worth a premium. Six sections are positioned on the visitor's side of the field: Bills Section 109, Bills Section 110, Bills Section 111, Bills Section 112, Bills Section 113, and Bills Section 114. The remaining six sections are along the Bills sideline: Bills Section 131, Bills Section 132, Bills Section 133, Bills Section 134, Bills Section 135, and Bills Section 136. The four sections touching the 50 yard-line--111, 112, 133, and 134--command high prices on the open market relative to Lower Sideline seats further from the center of the field.

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 Sideline tickets are sold primarily as season tickets to long-time fans. The team currently charges $720 for a full season ticket of nine home games including two preseason games. The Bills play one home game a year at the Rodgers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada bringing the per-game cost of season tickets to $80 each. Any tickets remaining following the conclusion of season ticket sales are offered as single game seats for $90 a piece by the team. Fans looking for Lower Sidelines tickets for particular games should consider secondary market ticket sources and Bills ticket brokers for the best selection. Prices fluctuate widely with game and opponent as unpopular preseason games cost less than $60 while the best regular season contests sell for more than $150.

Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines

Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines
View from the Buffalo Bills Lower Sidelines at Ralph Wilson Stadium
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