Bills – Dolphins ticket resale value doubles to $9
By: Nick Wojton
ORCHARD PARK — A week removed from tickets being resold as low as $4 per ticket, the going rate on the secondary market has more than doubled for Sunday’s Buffalo Bills game.
The Bills (7-6) will wrap up their 2017 regular season home schedule in Orchard Park against the Miami Dolphins (6-7) this week.
Despite pushing their record back above the .500 mark and in the midst of a playoff race and a divisional rival coming to town, tickets can still be found in the single-digit totals.
However, in most places, you might have to break the bank. Tickets are going as high as $14 on some secondary market sites.
Like last week, the team has requested the help of fans in clearing out the stadium but their efforts mostly went unnoticed after several inches of snow dumped on the field during the game.
Buffalo won 13-7 in overtime. The mid-week forecast for Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, according to The Weather Channel, includes a 50-to-60 percent chance of snow on Friday and Saturday but Sunday’s forecast only indicates cloudy skies.
Here are links to various secondary market websites: