This week has been an eventful one for the Buffalo Bills and the state of New York.
Instead of the regularly-scheduled Sunday kickoff for their playoff game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bills will now be hosting them Monday night due to severe weather conditions.
The league decided to reschedule the AFC Wildcard matchup to Monday night at 4:30 PM, which could certainly alter a few things for each team.
Now, if you are a fan wanting to get in and see Josh Allen look to knock off the Steelers defense without T.J. Watt, just how much will it set you back?
How much does it cost to get into the Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh Steelers AFC Wildcard Game?
Through Ticketmaster, the cheapest tickets sit at $123 each if you're looking for a pair. That puts you in the upper deck, section 314. Currently, the best-available tickets, here, are $1,428 each and you'll find yourself at the club level.
If you want to get as close to the action as you possibly can, there are a few still available, front and center, throughout the stadium. A ticket like that will cost you roughly $500, give or take a few bucks.
SeatGeek gives fans a bit better option for the cheapest tickets, as you can find a pair of tickets at $87 each. There, you'd be sitting in section 313 in the upper deck. If you'd like to get as close to the action as you can, you'll be paying anywhere from $275 to $340, on average, per ticket.
Now, let's say you're looking for the absolute cheapest way into this one. Then, head on over to StubHub. They have tickets available, as we speak, as low as $79 each if you're wanting to snag a pair. You'll find tickets up to $1,550 each on StubHub, as well.
The moral of the story? You'll be looking well over $1,400 per ticket if you're wanting a club level spot, and closer to a minimum of $300, per ticket, to get as close to the field as possible.
If you're able to get down there for the game, get ready for a chilly matchup. It's still slated to be roughly 17 degrees around game time, with winds still reaching 20 MPH.