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The Bills began playing professional football back in 1960 as a member of the AFL. Though the franchise has fallen on tough times lately, Buffalo has had success in the past. The AFL treated the Bills well in their 10 years in the league, as Buffalo won two AFL championships in 1964 and 1965. The NFL proved to be a tougher test for the Bills. Buffalo made the playoffs just once in the 1970s and twice in the early 1980s. The Bills only became a feared franchise in the late 1980s, when Buffalo began an impressive stretch of playoff appearances. With Jim Kelly under center for the majority of the run, the Bills made the playoffs 10 times in 12 years from 1988 to 1999. Kelly’s Bills made four consecutive Super Bowl appearances in 1990, ’91, ’92 and ’93, but each time the Bills were denied the Lombardi Trophy. Since 1999, the Bills have not made a return to the postseason. Buffalo has retired only one number in franchise history—Kelly’s No. 12—though other numbers are also kept out of circulation. Check out our Buffalo Bills History page for more information. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Buffalo Bills tickets.

2014 Bills Season Preview

The Bills are adding some big pieces to a young team, and they believe this is the year they can compete with the Patriots and whoever may stand in their way in the AFC East in 2014. The most high-profile addition was WR Sammy Watkins, who was taken No. 4 overall in the NFL draft. Watkins is of the same breed as A.J. Green, and could wreak havoc on opposing secondaries. The unknown is how E.J. Manuel will do in his second year as Bills QB. Manuel went through a few knee surgeries and will need to play better on the offensive line to make sure that won’t happen. A second round pick spend on OT Cyrus Kouandijio should help with that. The season kicks off in Chicago against the Bears, with the first home game being a Week 2 clash with the Dolphins. The Patriots come into Ralph Wilson in Week 6, and the Bills will face both the Packers and Broncos late in the season.

Check out our Buffalo Bills Season Preview History page for previews of previous Bills seasons.

Buffalo Bills Football at Ralph Wilson Stadium

Address: 1 Bills Dr, Orchard Park, New York, 14127

The Bills play the majority of their home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium, located just outside Buffalo in Orchard Park, New York. When filled to capacity, Ralph Wilson Stadium holds more than 73 thousand screaming fans. Get to the stadium early to be a part of the Bills’ tailgating experience. The stadium has both an outdoor tailgate under the Ralph Wilson scoreboard, and an indoor experience that includes entertainment, concessions and games for fans. The Buffalo Bills home bench is on the Ralph Wilson Stadium sideline with sections 129-138, so look for Buffalo Bills tickets near the team for an incredible experience. Ralph Wilson Stadium parking information is covered in our Bills event guide.

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Bills vs. Patriots

With over 100 meetings that dates back to 1960, these two teams have combined for over 10+ Super Bowl appearances. The two games a year between the teams often have a lot on the line evident by the 19+ division titles between the two teams. These impressive numbers will only increase as the years go by.

Bills vs. Dolphins

This rivalry peaked in the early 1990s as both teams had great quarterbacks and head coaches leading their franchises. The series between these two teams include playoff matchups and battles for division titles. The history of this rivalry stacks up against the leagues best which makes this one of the more underrated rivalries in the NFL.

Bills in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs

The Buffalo Bills were one of the most dominant teams in the NFL during the late 1980s and early 1990s. With four straight division titles and four straight AFC Championships, the Bills separated themselves as one of the elite franchises. Over the course of their history that began in 1960, the Bills have won 9+ division titles and earned a playoff berth over 15 times.

Buffalo Bills Event Guide

Where is the best place to tailgate before a Buffalo Bills home game at Ralph Wilson Stadium?

Tailgating is a big part of the game day experience of a Buffalo Bills home game and you will find fans in lots all around Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills fans run some of the best tailgates in the NFL and often serve up delicious “wings” (don’t call them Buffalo wings in Buffalo) and cold drinks. The Bills also offer the Game day Experience, which they claim is the largest indoor tailgate in the NFL. The Game day Experience is located in the Healthy Zone Fieldhouse and offers free admission to the entertainment, paid concessions and interactive games.

When do the gates open for a Bills home game?

The gates at Ralph Wilson Stadium are open 1.5 hours prior to kickoff for Bills games.

When do the gates open for a Bills home game?

The gates at Ralph Wilson Stadium are open 1.5 hours prior to kickoff for Bills games.

How can I buy cheap Buffalo Bills Tickets?

The best way to find cheap Buffalo Bills tickets is to check TicketCity often. Prices will vary depending on the Bills' opponents as well as how well the Bills are doing. Preseason tickets frequently go for below face value, so if cheap is your priority, the preseason may be your best bet.

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A memorable day! First NFL game we attended and couldn't believe how great our seats were! Row 5, 30 yard line! What a memorable day for our family! We will be making this an annual event and TicketCity is the way to go!! January 1, 2013
Buffalo Bills Game Experience Had the best time ever as I celebrated my birthday at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Dec 30 as the Bills finally beat the Jets for the first time since 2009!!! Fans made the game, everyone around had the team spirit but were polite and courteous at the same time. Haven't been to a game in over 20 years, and am definitely looking forward to next season and attending more games at Ralph Wilson Stadium!!! January 1, 2013
Ralph Wilson Stadium We had gone to the game actually to see the Pittsburgh Steelers. The fans were friendly and since it was kids day, most were well behaved. The kids day was good. It was very hot out on the blacktop, no shade while waiting in the long lines. Once the kids got through the lines, everyone seemed to enjoy it. It was nice to have dollar hot dogs, but it would have been nice if the water was $2 instead of the soda. One of the themes outside was health and keeping active, but they were sending mixed messages because it was cheaper to buy the sugary soda instead of water. Once inside, the women's bathrooms ran out of toilet paper, paper towels and hand soap. (That was before half time.) The bathrooms were filthy and not monitored. We felt bad for the concession stand workers, they were slammed and obviously didn't have enough help. They were unable to keep up with the demand. The wait right before half time was over 45 minutes! Once it was our turn, they had run out of several things. The hot dogs were cold, the soda was warm. This is not our first stadium we have visited, so we do know things can be better. Buffalo knew the game was sold out, so they should have been better prepared. August 27, 2012
Old School Football! Ralph Wilson is one of the last of a dying breed: A giant concrete bowl in the suburbs. About 10-15 minutes south of Buffalo, traffic is actually not bad on the highway (There's about 5 different ways to get in), and parking can easily be had at houses and the stadium lot. Before the game is one giant party, with food stands, concert booths, and a fan experience in the fieldhouse. There might not be televisions every five steps, but for a pure football experience, you can't get much better. Sightlines are beautiful in just about any seat, and any seats in the lower deck or second level will give you a close view. Third deck views are gorgeous. Endzones and upper deck are benches with backrests, meaning there's actually some space to spread out. Fans, however, make the show: Bills fans (I'm not one) are loud, passionate, and knowledgeable. If you want the loudest, go for the corners in the 100 or 200 levels. They also tend to be fairly polite, if you're not wearing opposing colours. If you do decide to wear something not red, white, or blue, expect some serious razzing throughout the game. Make sure to bring a rainproof jacket and gloves if there's even a chance of rain: Rain and the famed Buffalo wind can make things uncomfortable. Snow games are an experience in themselves, of course, but be aware that in many sections, there's no escape from the elements that has a sightline to the field, and even the end zone concourses are open air. Also be aware that the videoscreen is only on one side of the field, the map points this out. You can see scoreboards on the side scrolling screens, but if you're a video watcher, you should go to the other side. In all, Ralph Wilson has an excellent experience that, sadly, seems to be vanishing from NFL stadiums. Take advantage of the great prices and weather for a unique and fun experience. November 16, 2010
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