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Bills' potential PSL prices for new stadium range from $500 to $16,500

Bills season-ticket holders got a look at what a personal seat license "might cost in the new stadium when the team emailed a survey on the potential design, amenities and seating options" for the $1.4B stadium, starting at $500 for general seating -and reaching "as high as $16,500 for premier seating," according to a front-page piece by Michael Petro of the BUFFALO NEWS. For the reserved section, which makes up the majority of the stadium seating, PSL prices in the survey "ranged from $2,600 to $5,950 in the lower level, $1,750 to $7,300 in the mezzanine and $500 to $3,200 in the upper level." The pricing is consistent with what was reportedly presented during "fan focus sessions from a few months ago held by Legends Global Planning, which is leading project management, sales and partnerships for the new stadium effort." In Buffalo, seat licenses "would not need to be renewed, at least for the length of the 30-year lease agreement, and can be resold to a third party, possibly at a profit." They will apply to reserved seating and club seating, but they "won't apply to luxury suites and small group seating." The survey presented variations in pries for some sections, with the cost of PSL "going up and the corresponding price of the seat going down and vice versa to test the sustainability of the options." Pegula Sports & Entertainment Exec VP Ron Raccuia said that the Bills "will most likely have the lowest personal seat license prices of any team with a new stadium" built since '09 and are "making an effort to keep prices market-friendly" (BUFFALO NEWS, 5/12).

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