ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- It's going to cost Buffalo Bills fans more to attend home games against New England and Miami this season.
The Bills released individual ticket prices based on the new variable pricing plan this season. The Patriots and Dolphins' games are listed at the "gold" level, with a top price of $130.
That's up from $102, the previous top price for all home games last season, when the Bills finished 6-10.
The Bills listed four "silver" games, with tickets costing as much as $112. Their remaining two games, against Kansas City and Cleveland, are designated as "bronze," with a top price of $99.
Last month, Buffalo announced the tiered pricing, which increases ticket prices for higher-profile opponents.
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