The Bills are entering the final year of their five-year agreement to play eight games at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, and the team informed season-ticket holders that prices for the Week 15 game against Seattle this season have been reduced by an average of 35 percent, according to the Buffalo News.
The series has struggled to gain a strong fan base in Toronto, with the report saying tickets have been "given away by the stack" in previous years. However, the NFL approved a two-year extension of the agreement, which now runs through 2017, and lower ticket prices were part of the contract.
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