We’re just over a week away from the Buffalo Bills holding their first practice at training camp of 2022.
The veterans of the team will report to St. John Fisher College in Rochester next Saturday, July 23, while the rookies will report on Monday, July 18. The first practice of the camp is open to the public at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, July 24.
Fans are more excited than ever for another Bills season this fall and it’s because of high expectations as the Bills are the number one favorite to win the Super Bowl in February in Arizona.
However, many Bills fans were also extremely disappointed with the way training camp practice tickets were handled this week.
Tickets were distributed to mobile app users at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 14, and tickets were distributed to the general public at 1 p.m. Tickets were free, but there were many issues getting tickets or even getting to the point where the site loaded properly.
Bills fans who can’t afford season tickets or even game tickets hoped to get to training camp, but many never even got the chance.
Tickets sold out after just a few hours, and fans expressed their frustration on Twitter.
I sincerely hope that no one is trying to sell training camp tickets for profit. One of the traditions for many fans who can’t attend regular season games is to go to training camp.
What was your experience trying to get tickets to training camp yesterday?