A beautiful new Bills stadium doesn’t need to break the bank

September 27, 2017
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The stadium landscape in the NFL has changed drastically since University of Phoenix Stadium opened in 2006. Six new venues have opened since then, and there are two more on the way for the Raiders, Rams and Chargers. Each stadium, aside from Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis, topped the $1 billion price tag, a figure that will almost certainly draw…

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Chris Ostrander
About Chris Ostrander

Chris Ostrander is a contributor to The Buffalo Star and also runs the Sabres and Buffalo-focused blog Two in the Box and The Instigator Podcast. Fascinated by design, gear and fan engagement, Chris is a goaltending fanatic with a passion for Buffalo development.

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Ben Kirst
Ben Kirst

Wait, are you saying Duff’s wings aren’t good?

jeffismagic
jeffismagic

They are a bit saucy for me.

Brett1441
Brett1441

Well done! From the getgo, ive thought why wouldnt PSE & Del North tagteam on a new downtown stadium? Implement the marketing aspects you mentioned. Control the venue & the revenue!

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