Buffalo Bills set new record for season tickets

BY foxsports • June 15, 2015

The Buffalo Bills are fresh off their first winning season since 2004 after going 9-7 in 2014. The Bills continued to take steps forward by bringing in Rex Ryan as the team's new head coach. Additionally, it saw them add three valuable offensive weapons in running back LeSean McCoy, wide receiver Percy Harvin and tight end Charles Clay in the offseason. 

With all the excitement carrying over from the 2014 season to go along with the active offseason, the fans are buying in to the fact that the Bills could make the playoffs for the first time since 1999. As a result, the Bills announced on Monday that it set a franchise record for season ticket sales for 2015 with more than 57,500 tickets sold so far. 

That mark beat out last season's total of 47,482 and it beat the all-time franchise record of 57,132 which was set in 1992.

(h/t NFL.com)

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