The Buffalo Bills will be on vacation for the next six weeks. Mandatory minicamp wrapped on on Wednesday, June 14th. Thursday's practice day was cancelled, which is normal for the Bills the last several years.

The Bills will once again be at St. John Fisher University for training camp. They have been there since the early 2000s but took 2020 and 2021 off, due to the pandemic. Those training camps were held at One Bills Drive.

Last year, they returned to Rochester.

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On Friday, the Bills released the 2023 training camp schedule to fans, along with this year's ticket information.

Training camp will start on July 26th with a 9:45 am practice. Most practices will be 9:45 am, with the annual blue vs. red game at Highmark Stadium on August 4th. That scrimmage will be at 5:30 pm.

All but one practice will be open to the public and here's how ticketing will operate.

Tickets are free and will become available to season ticket holders on June 26th at 10 am.

Tickets to the general public will become available at 1 pm on June 26th.

There's a six-ticket limit per person, with only two practices available for anyone who gets training camp tickets. This allows for as many fans as possible to attend a day at St. John Fisher.

As for the blue vs. red scrimmage, those tickets will be announced at a later date.

Training camp is typically a time that families who cannot afford regular season game tickets, can come to see their favorite team in person. It's also an opportunity for fans to meet and get autographs.

Over one month away from training camp at St. John Fisher.

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