DETROIT – Tickets are no longer being sold to the general public for the Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills game at Ford Field.
If you were hoping to get your hands on a ticket to this unique game at Ford Field in Detroit, you are out of luck.
The Bills announced on their website that tickets are no longer being sold to the relocated game in Detroit.
The Browns-Bills game was moved to Ford Field after a massive snowstorm hit Buffalo, New York.
Tickets sold out in less than 24 hours according to the Bills’ announcement.
An approximate 56,000 tickets have been sold since availability opened on Friday.
“We’re hoping for this to be still a home field advantage,” Bills GM Brandon Beane said. “Luckily (the snow) is not across the country. We know Bills Mafia is all over, and hopefully those that are in Michigan area will definitely head down.”