CLEVELAND — Following the NFL's decision to move Sunday's matchup between the Cleveland Browns and Buffalo Bills on Sunday to Detroit's Ford Field due to the ongoing snowstorm in Western New York, many have been wondering how they can purchase tickets to the Week 11 matchup.
After all, Detroit is a closer destination than Buffalo's Highmark Stadium would have been for many Browns fans interested in making the trip to this weekend's game. With that in mind, here is the latest information regarding how to purchase tickets to Sunday's game in Detroit:
- According to the Bills' official website, a presale for Bills' season ticket holders will be held at 2 p.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 18.
- Per the Bills' Twitter account, a presale will be held through the Buffalo Bills' App at 5 p.m. ET on Friday, Nov. 18. Fans who download the app will be issued a notification with a link and code to access the presale. Ticket limits for both the season ticket holder and app presales are 6 per account.
- Per the Bills' website, any remaining tickets will go on sale to the general public via Ticketmaster on Saturday.
- As for those who had already purchased to Sunday's game in Buffalo, any fan who purchased tickets from the Buffalo Bills Ticket Office will automatically receive a refund to the method of payment used, with refunds beginning to be processed on Dec. 2. Anybody who bought their tickets via Ticketmaster or the NFL ticket exchange will receive a refund to the credit card used for the original purchase, including fees, within 7-10 business days.
- The Bills also advise that anybody who bought tickets to Sunday's game in Buffalo via a different ticket source must contact that specific source for a refund.
- In a virtual press conference on Thursday night, Bills general manager Brandon Beane advised that no tickets from Sunday's originally scheduled game in Buffalo are transferrable to the game in Detroit.