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Bills Extend Toronto Deal 5 More Years

Team will continue to play one regular season game north of border
The Bills are going back to Toronto.

A press conference Tuesday announced that Buffalo will continue to play one regular season game per season in Toronto for the next five years--from 2013 to 2017. In addition, there will be one preseason game moved to the Rogers Centre in 2015.
 
The deal is an extension of a partnership between Rogers Media and the Buffalo Bills that began in 2008.
 
"Rogers Media is committed to producing and delivering premium sports content and experiences for fans," said Keith Pelley, President, Rogers Media.  "We are ambassadors of the NFL and are continually assessing the market to bring that true NFL experience to Canadians.  We created a benchmark for our game last season with a first-rate pre-game festival and half-time show, and look forward to building on that over the next five years."
 
"The Bills partnership with Rogers Media is key to our franchise's regionalization plan and we are excited to continue it for years to come," said Russ Brandon, Buffalo Bills' President and Chief Executive Officer.  "Our regionalization efforts have strengthened the franchise's foothold in Western New York by supporting our efforts to further develop our fan base in Toronto and Southern Ontario.  The Bills-Rogers Media partnership continues to give us tremendous exposure in the market and its success will only accelerate with a few wins on the field."
 
Ticket prices will remain consistent with last season's game, with more than 60% of tickets less than $100. 
 
The games (date, time, and opponent) will be determined by the NFL, with information for the 2013 season available in April when the league announces the schedule.  Tickets will be available to the general public shortly thereafter.  Past ticket holders and Bills in Toronto Insiders will have the opportunity to be placed on a priority reserve list for tickets, beginning today through February 14.  Fans can visit Bills in Toronto for more information.
 
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