Orchard Park, N. Y. WHAM – As more football fans are jumping on the Buffalo Bills bandwagon, they might find themselves paying more for tickets to a game this fall. . . The team will be raising its season ticket prices for the 2021 season, according to our ABC affiliate WKBW. . . The Bills finished the 2020 NFL season by winning two playoff games against the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens, the teams first two postseason wins in 25 years. The Bills advanced to the AFC Championship Game for the first time in 27 years, losing to the Kansas City Chiefs 38-24. . . With momentum building for a big 2021 season, 25 percent of seats will increase $13 to $19, while 46 percent of seats will increase $6 to $12, and 29 percent of seats will increase $5 or less. . . Season ticket holders are being notified by letter this week. . . Tickets will be sold with the understanding that Bills Stadium will be at full capacity, according to Derek Boyko, Bills vice president of communications. Adjustments will be made as needed, depending on guidelines provided by the NFL and the New York State Department of Health.