Even though they came up short of winning a Super Bowl title, many people consider the Buffalo Bills string of four consecutive trips to the NFL title game in the early 1990's as their "glory" years.  Excitement was high, games were always sold out and the Bills usually won at home.  But never in the 55-year history of the team have they sold more season tickets than this year.

The Bills on Monday announced that the team has set a franchise record for season ticket sales at 57,500, eclipsing the old record of 57,132 set in 1992.  This year's total is more than 10,000 over last year.

The team anticipates that if season ticket sales reach 60,000, a waiting list will be created.  The price of season tickets starts at $420.

Individual game tickets remain only for the New York Jets game on January 3rd.  Individual game tickets are sold out for the Bills first seven home games this season.


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