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The cost of membership in the Bills Mafia is about to increase for season-ticket holders at the team’s new stadium, as they learn the cost of their Personal Seat Licenses (PSLs). Some of the best seats could be facing significant price increases, with PSLs ranging from $15,000 to $50,000 per seat for suites and club seats. General admission season-ticket holders have yet to learn the price of their PSLs.

Melissa Taylor, a season-ticket holder for 56 years, was shocked to learn that the PSLs for her seats will cost $20,000 each when the new venue opens in 2026. This news left her feeling disheartened and wondering if she would only have two more seasons left with her tickets.

The Bills are anticipating that some long-time season-ticket holders may choose not to renew due to the high PSL prices, but they are banking on finding new buyers willing to pay the premium. The team needed to generate a substantial private contribution for the new stadium, and PSLs are one of the ways to fund it. Essentially, PSLs are a way for season-ticket holders to pay an extra fee for the privilege of buying tickets. This additional revenue is helping the Bills offset the taxpayer funds being used for the new stadium. Ultimately,

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