It's been a tradition for Bills fans to visit opposing team's stadiums over the years and it's been heightened the last few. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has put a hamper on Bills fans travel traditions, but they're going to an NFL stadium this week that does allow a good number of fans.

The Bills will play the Kansas City Chiefs next Sunday at 6:40 p.m. at Arrowhead Stadium in their first AFC Championship game appearance since January of 1994. Also, the team the Bills played the last time they were in the AFC title game was in fact the Chiefs!

According to WKBW, the plan is for Arrowhead to allow 22 percent capacity or roughly, 17,000 fans. That's about 10,000 more than  Bills Stadium allowed for their two home playoff games.

But if you're a Bills fans hoping to score tickets on the resale market, it's going to cost you big time. Verified resale tickets through the Chiefs website are running between $1,300 and over $2,000 PER SEAT. Whoa...

Like most stadiums, fans are seated in pods and there are mask requirements at all times, except when you're eating or drinking.

I'm sure some Bills fans will spend the money to get to Kansas City but I'm thinking because of the price and pandemic, it won't be as crowded with Bills Mafia as usual. Either way, should be a great game!

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