ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- If you enjoy December football between two teams with non-winning records, attending Sunday's game between the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts should be an affordable activity.
Tickets for the game are being resold for as low as $4 on the secondary market, including seats available for as little as $5 in the lower bowl of New Era Field.
The Colts (3-9) are essentially out of playoff contention while the Bills' chances have slipped considerably after they lost four of their past five games. At 6-6, the Bills sit in eighth place in the AFC.
Other factors have caused the low prices. The Bills' quarterback situation is unsettled, with Tyrod Taylor (bruised knee) potentially out for Sunday's game. Rookie Nathan Peterman would start in his place against Jacoby Brissett, who has started this season in place of injured Colts starter Andrew Luck.
Temperatures for Sunday's game are expected to be in the low-to-mid 20s with snow showers possible.
Ticket prices are even lower than last season's game between the Bills and Browns, when seats were being resold for as low as $7 on the secondary market. The Bills were 6-7 for that Week 15 game, while the Browns were winless.