Bills Game At Commanders Is Completely Sold Out
After a successful Sunday at home against the Raiders, Bills fans will get a break from the chaos at Highmark Stadium this weekend as their team will once again hit the road.
Buffalo will spend week three of the season at FedEx Field, taking on the Washington Commanders this Sunday at 1pm. The game is highly anticipated for both Bills and Commanders fans, as the Commanders are starting the season with a 2-0 record while Buffalo is looking to sustain the momentum they gained from last game’s victory.
In fact, so many fans are anxious to see this matchup that the Commanders have done something unprecedented ahead of the game.
This Sunday’s Commanders vs. Bills Game Is Sold Out
If you were hoping to score a last minute ticket to see the Buffalo Bills take on the Washington Commanders, you’ll now have to go through a 3rd party resale site.
The Commanders have announced a sell-out at FedEx Field for this Sunday, five days ahead of the game. Whether that’s because Bills Mafia has snatched up a ton of the stadium’s tickets, or because Commanders fans are finally getting on board with their team, it’s still a surprise.
Considering Washington had the lowest attendance in the NFL last season, it’s shocking to see a sell-out so many days before a game. However, the Commanders also sold out their home opener in week one, and it looks like fans are starting to get excited for the franchise once again. They’re starting off the season with hope for their new starting quarterback Sam Howell, and excited that their long-time former owner Daniel Snyder is finally out of the picture.
Considering the anticipation building among both Bills and Commanders fans, we’re sure the energy in FedEx Field will be electric at kickoff time on Sunday.