Bills agree on five-year extension with Rogers Center in Toronto
Posted at: 01/29/2013 12:34 PM
The Buffalo Bills have agreed on a five-year extension with the Rogers Center in Toronto to continue the team's Canadian series.
The new deal begins in 2013 and runs through 2017. The Bills will play a total of six games at the Rogers Center in Toronto, one regular season game each season, plus one pre-season game in 2015.
The deal is an extension of a partnership between the Bills and Rogers Media which began in 2008.
Ticket prices will remain consistent with last season’s game, with more than 60% of tickets less than $100.
The games (date, time, and opponent) will be determined by the NFL. The league will announce the 2013 season in April. Tickets will be available to the general public shortly thereafter. Past ticket holders and Bills in Toronto Insiders will have the opportunity to be placed on a priority reserve list for tickets, beginning now through February 14.
Fans can visit Bills in Toronto for more information.