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Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park, NY
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  • Preseason: Buffalo Bills vs. Green Bay Packers

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    1 Suite Available
    Starting at $7,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Washington Football Team

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    2 Suites Available
    From $10,416 to $12,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    3 Suites Available
    From $10,094 to $15,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    4 Suites Available
    From $10,731 to $15,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    3 Suites Available
    From $10,416 to $15,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    3 Suites Available
    From $12,000 to $18,750
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    3 Suites Available
    From $12,000 to $15,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. Atlanta Falcons

    Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field), Orchard Park NY
    4 Suites Available
    From $10,100 to $15,000
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  • Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets

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  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
  • If the event is canceled or if fans are no longer permitted, you may choose to receive a full refund or a credit towards a future SEG purchase.
  • If the event date changes, you will receive the suite you purchased for the new date.
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Buffalo Bills Suite Prices and Details

How much do Buffalo Bills suites cost?

Buffalo Bills luxury suite rentals cost between $9,000-$20,000 depending on the opponent, day of the week, suite size and location. Bills home opener and primetimes games occurring on Monday and Thursday nights will be the most expensive games to rent a suite at Highmark Stadium.

How many guests can fit in a Bills suite?

Buffalo Bills suites have a capacity of 14-24 people. Most of the suites at Highmark Stadium will include 14 or 20 suite tickets with the option to purchase additional tickets, as needed. West End Suites will be the largest. Suites on the 100 and 200 Suite Levels are equal in size.

Suite Levels at Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field)

200 Level Suite

14 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

West End Suite

20 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

100 Level Suite

14 Tickets
4 Parking
Catering Available

Highmark Stadium (Formerly New Era Field) Event Planning Guide


Buffalo Bills suites can be catered in advance at an additional cost. The Bills suites catering menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options. On average, most guests spend around $100 per person. There is no minimum and ordering in-suite catering ahead of your game is optional.

Parking and Transportation

Buffalo Bills luxury suite amenities include premium parking passes valid in Lot 6 Preferred parking. Bills Stadium parking lots open four (4) hours before kickoff and close two (2) hours after the game. Tailgating is permitted. Bus and Limo parking passes can be purchased in advance of an event.

Safety and Well-being

The Buffalo Bills recently announced that the first two home games will be played without spectators at Highmark Stadium. The staff is working tirelessly to get the stadium safe and ready should the state permit fans later in the season.


Buffalo Bills single game suite rentals will cost between $10,000-$18,000. Bills suites will vary in price based on the opponent, day of the week and suite size/location. Most suites do not include catering in the rental price, so budget accordingly. Additional costs could include Bills souvenirs.

Club Access

Those with a Buffalo Bills suite ticket have full access to the Club Level including the Pepsi Club (East and West), Toyota Club and Dunn Tire Club. These clubs feature lounge seating, plenty of HDTV's, and extra large video boards, in addition to full-service bars and upgraded concession stands.

Dress Code

The Bills do not enforce a strict dress code on the suite levels. Most guests will wear Bills gear with jeans, sneakers and hats. If it's a corporate event, it's most common to see guests in business casual attire. It's best to reach out to your suite host to dress accordingly.

Venue Bag Policy

The NFL Clear Bag Policy states that all guests entering Highmark Stadium must have their belongings in clear plastic, vinyl or PVC bags that do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12.” This includes anyone in a Buffalo Bills luxury suite. All guests will go through a metal detector before entering.


Bills suite ticket holders have exclusive access to VIP entry. VIP Entrances are located at Toyota Gate 2, Pepsi Gate 3, M&T Bank Gate 6, and PrimeSport Gate 7. Gates open 90 minutes prior to kickoff. The designated rideshare pick-up/drop-off point is between Gates 3 & 4 at the end of ECC S. Campus.

Child Ticket Policy

Children 2 years of age and under do not require a separate ticket for admission. Any child older will need a ticket to get into a Buffalo Bills suite. Strollers are not permitted at Highmark Stadium. Bills luxury boxes provide a great private environment for families and groups with small children.

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Bills Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Buffalo Bills look to take over the AFC East for good. The 2020 Bills are one of the most balanced teams in the NFL. Head coach Sean McDermott made sure the Bills got a boost on offense this offseason by trading for Stefon Diggs. Diggs will become focal point of the Bills offense to go along with the Bills other stars John Brown and Devin Singletary. QB Josh Allen should have no problem creating plays both with his arm and his legs. To add to the Bills run game, they selected Zach Moss in the 2020 draft.

The Bills defense is nothing short of elite. One of the biggest ways the Bills win games is simply by not allowing the other team to score. They bolstered their already stout defense by selecting DE A.J. Epenesa in the 2020 draft. On top of that, they added to their secondary by signing Josh Norman and E.J. Gaines. Adding these players to their group featuring... MORE

Past Spotlights

After reaching the playoffs after the 2017 season, the Buffalo Bills are hoping that a roster overhaul will lead them back to the postseason in 2019.

Of the 28 new players coming to western New York, the most interesting may be Frank Gore. The veteran running back is expected to compete with LeSean McCoy for the starting role in the backfield.

After being selected as the seventh-overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, Josh Allen started 11 games for the Bills last season, going 5-6 – a respectable record for a rookie QB. Allen was fairly conservative in those starts, throwing for only 2,074 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

Bills head coach Sean McDermott is hoping that Allen will benefit from the addition of solid, veteran free agent wide receivers like Cole Beasley (from Dallas) and John Brown (from Baltimore). Tyler Kroft, who caught seven touchdowns for Cincinnati in 2017 before missing much of 2018 with an injury, was brought in to become a starting tight end.

Buffalo significantly improved their front lines on both sides of the ball in the first two rounds of this year’s draft. Ed Oliver, a defensive tackle out of Houston, fell to the Bills at No. 9. Reports surfaced that Buffalo was willing to trade up as high as No. 3 to draft the man who will replace fan favorite Kyle Williams, but the draft played into the Bills hands, and they got their man without having to give up any future picks. In the second round, Buffalo did trade up two spots to select Oklahoma offensive lineman Cody Ford.

The Bills will be playing on a new playing surface this season at New Era Field, as the turf was replaced this offseason. The stadium’s clubs and premium seating were given massive upgrades prior to last season, so there’s plenty of bells and whistles to see if you missed it in 2018. Suites give you access to all the club areas, and if the Buffalo weather is cooperating, you can choose to open the suite’s windows to get the full gameday experience.

For the Bills to make noise in 2019, they will have to handle AFC East rivals New England, the New York Jets, and Miami Dolphins twice – once at home and once on the road. Other teams coming to Orchard Park this season are Cincinnati, Philadelphia, Washington, Denver, and Baltimore. Road contests outside the AFC East will be at the New York Giants, Tennessee, Cleveland, Dallas, and Pittsburgh.

It’s an exciting time in Buffalo right now, where the Bills are coming off their first playoff appearance in 17 years. Buffalo’s recipe to success last season was a dominant run game and a stifling defense, which they hope to build off of this year. Head coach Sean McDermott made an excellent impression in his first season as head coach, and he will look to bring the Bills back to the playoffs in 2018.

There will be a new quarterback under center for the Buffalo Bills in 2018. Former quarterback Tyrod Taylor was traded to the Cleveland Browns in the off-season, and the franchise signed A.J. McCarron as a potential replacement. McCarron and second year player Nathan Peterman will likely compete in training camp for the starting role. The Bills' plans for the NFL Draft may also impact who starts at quarterback next season. Despite the quarterback position still a question mark in Buffalo, the Bills have all the tools to return to the playoffs in the AFC. LeSean McCoy is one of those can’t-miss players in the NFL, carrying the weight of this offense on his back. Buffalo’s ground and pound offense runs through Shady McCoy, a role he has embraced and thrived in. The Bills also added running back Chris Ivory, who should complement McCoy very well and add a new dimension to the Buffalo backfield. In the receiving corps Kelvin Benjamin enters his first full season with the Bills. He and Zay Jones will be the top targets for whoever is under center in Buffalo.

Defensively is where the Buffalo Bills truly excel. Jerry Hughes, Shaq Lawson, and Kyle Williams form one of the best defensive lines in the NFL, stuffing the run and putting pressure on the quarterback. Defensive tackle Star Lotulelei was signed in the off-season to strengthen an already talented front line. Second year player Tre’Davious White will look to build off an extremely impressive rookie season. The former LSU cornerback was a major bright spot for the Bills last season, bolstering a secondary that also includes Micah Hyde, Vontae Davis, and Jordan Poyer. 

The fans at New Era Field give the Bills one of the best home field advantages in all of football. In 2018 New Era Field will welcome in the New York Jets, Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Chargers, Detroit Lions, and Chicago Bears.

New Era Field offers a variety of suite options to enjoy a game. Dugout Suites, Executive Suites and West End Suites provide the perfect environment for your desired occasion. Located in different areas of the stadium, each suite option provides a unique viewing experience. With the purchase of a suite, ticket holders will receive the following amenities: food and beverage service, a dedicated suite attendant, access to other club areas around the stadium, sliding glass window to enhanced viewing, VIP parking passes, and the opportunity to access the suite up to 90 minutes following a game.

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