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  1. JSn

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    Ok, who's been to RWS for a game before? I found a lot of cheap tickets for sale and just looking for pointers.

    Can you suggest the best seats? Found a few behind the visitors (NE) sec. 113, row eleven. Does that make for a tough time seeing anything not near the 50?

    I'm thinking of buying them as a Christmas gift. Hopefully the Pats are playing for the win that seals the AFCE.

    Thanks guys.
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    I've never been to Buffalo before, but you can never go wrong with getting seats behind the visitors' sideline. That's the area of the stadium where there will be the highest amount of Pats fans, plus it's fun watching the coaches and players interact with each other on the sideline. I bet seats for the visiters sideline in Buffalo would be cheaper than nosebleeds in Gillette.
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    I went to Buffalo a couple of years ago. The stadium is old - reminded me of the old Foxboro. We had seats in the last row in the endzone - thought they were going to be bad, but the stadium is small so they were fine. You are very close to the field like the old Foxboro.
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    Yeah, I've found seats behind the pats side from $85-$110 each. Seem decent? I didn't check the regular box-office price on those tickets. I assume if we win the next two and the bottom falls out on NYJ and MIA, the prices will jump. Or not cuz the Bills suck (except tomorrow).
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    Those are good seats. I sat eight rows up in that section or one in that area and could see everyting.
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    #12 Jersey

    All I remember is that stadium being underground. It was mad cool!
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    I'm sitting 10 rows up in section 131.

    I actually bought those the day they went on sale.

    Deb, you say Ralph Wilson is small? In what sense? I've been to about 8 stadiums in the NFL, and this just seems like one of the biggest to me. Actual seating is 80,000 but they have taken and covered seats so that they can avoid the blackout TV rules. I believe gameday total is 72,000 in a 80,000 seat stadium. Seems pretty big to me.

    Jsn, if you go to the Bills website, they have an interactive feature that let's you see the view from your row and section.
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    That sounds like a really cool feature - but one which have totally failed to find on the website.

    Edit: maybe this is it. http://www.seatdata.com/html/nfl_bills/section_nfl_bills_113.htm
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    something like this

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    I didn't get tickets this year but I've gone the past three years. The ralph is a no frills staduim but a great place to sit and watch a game. There really isn't a bad seat and the ticket prices are very reasonable.
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    I'm going this year, the Ralph isn't as luxurious as the Razor but its a great place to watch a game you're way closer to the field no matter where you're sitting but yeah the 100 levels are great buy them, word of advice, don't buy rockpile tickets you'll probably get your ass kicked there.
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