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New New York guidelines were made public last week with sporting events not having fans being one of them.
With that made public, the Buffalo Bills provided an update to their fans saying that though they are hoping that limited amount fans will be allowed to attend games in the 2020 season, they are making changes to their season ticket program.
On the team’s website, they outlined the steps they will be taking for the season. Headlined by them deferring all-season seat memberships to the 2021 season, there were other steps that they have implemented saying:
"-Season Ticket Members will have the option to apply any money paid towards their 2020 season tickets as an account credit or be refunded. -Season Ticket Members that apply money as an account credit will have exclusive access to 2020 single game ticket sales for available seats if spectators are permitted. We will have multiple single game ticket sales throughout the season as capacity is determined. In any limited spectator scenario, seating capacity in the stadium will be reduced, seat locations may change each game, and all members may not be able to purchase tickets for every game they want to attend. Additional ticket purchase limits and other restrictions will apply and be communicated before any ticket sales. -Members that apply money as an account credit will also have access to the NFL Membership Club benefits that include a complimentary subscription to NFL Game Pass, access to mobile NFL RedZone, NFL Shop discounts and other league partner discounts (some restrictions apply). -Any tickets that have been forwarded to date will be invalidated. Any tickets that have been resold to date through NFL Ticket Exchange by Ticketmaster, StubHub or SeatGeek will be cancelled and the purchaser will be refunded."
Though all of these ticketing steps have been taken, it is still hoped by fans that there will be a crowd on Sundays in Buffalo.