Bills Gameday: What Can’t You Bring?
Like it or not, the Bills will start a new season this Sunday at New Era Field and if you go to one game this year, make it opening day. Opening day is always the best, and this year is no different.
For starters, we play the team that most experts think will be the worst in the NFL (NY JETS). This means we should cruise to victory, and if we don’t, at least we will know what the rest of the season will be like!
If you haven’t been to New Era Field for an NFL game, they do have some rules and regulations that you may not be familiar with. Did you know that the only bags allowed in the stadium are of the clear plastic variety?
This rule, along with the rest can be found at BuffaloBills.com. Here is the list of what you can’t bring in:
- **NEW- Battery operated clothing (socks, jackets, etc.)
- · Tobacco products – including cigarettes/electronic cigarettes, chewing tobacco, lighters/matches
- · Drones, Unmanned Aircraft Devices
- · Alcoholic beverages, illegal substances
- · Animals (with the exception of service animals for guests with disabilities)
- · Bags, camera bags, backpacks, any bag larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″
- · Beach balls, footballs, balls, inflatable devices (balloons)
- · Bottles, cans, thermoses, and other beverage containers
- · Cameras with lenses longer than six (6) inches
- · Clothing or material with profane language or obscene graphics
- · Fireworks
- · Headwear or clothing that may impede the view of guests
- · Laptop computers, radios
- · Laser pointer devices, noisemakers
- · Promotional materials not approved by the Bills
- · Seat cushions larger than 15″ x 15″ or that contain armrests, zippers, pockets, flaps or metal backs
- · Selfie sticks, sticks or poles
- · Strollers
- · Umbrellas
- · Video cameras, monopods and tripods
- · Weapons (knives, box-cutters, firearms, etc.)
· ANY OTHER ITEM DEEMED DANGEROUS OR INAPPROPRIATE
Any attempt to bring alcohol into the stadium will be considered a violation of the Bills Fan Code of Conduct and will result in the guest being ejected, and may result in arrest and/or ticket purchase privileges being revoked.