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Fans coming from Canada

NOW THROUGH 5/31: Canadian accepted 'At Par' for Single-Game Tickets

We love the great baseball fans from Southern Ontario cheering on the Bisons and their future Blue Jays here in Buffalo. So we've brought back a great offer! Now through May 31, we are accepting Canadian Money ‘AT-PAR’ for the purchase of all single-game tickets by Canadian residents starting (promo code Bisons24). You'll be able to purchase tickets to ANY game this season, just make sure you plan ahead and purchase by May 31 to take advantage of this great deal! Check out below for how to get your at-par tickets.


We know the exchange rate will fluctuate every day, and we can't change what your credit card company will charge you for exchange, but don't worry. Use the promo code BISONS24 in the 'coupon box' before you select your tickets to lock in a 25% discount on the US price of all single-game tickets. That way, you'll be paying discounted US prices that are equivalent to being 'at-par' ($12.75 a ticket rather than $17.00, plus fees). Then, all you need to do is enter a valid Canadian address when you check out.

Canadian residents can also use Canadian cash at par at the Sahlen Field Box Office for the purchase of single game tickets before May 31. The Box Office is open Mon-Fri (9a-5p) and on Saturdays & Sundays before all Bisons games.

The future Blue Jays take flight in Buffalo!

Before they're Blue Jays in the Bigs, they're putting in the work in Buffalo, NY!

As Triple-A affiliate of the Blue Jays since 2013, the Buffalo Bisons sport Toronto's top prospects year in and year out. Vladdy, Bo, Alek, Jordan, Jano... they all wore a Bisons uniform before becoming MLB Stars.

Sahlen Field in Buffalo is just minute away from the border and offers baseball fans and families from Southern Ontario the absolute best sports and entertainment experience and value with every game. Come see the future Blue Jays take flight as well as the ballpark Toronto called home in 2020 and 2021!

REMINDER: All Bisons Single-Game Tickets are $4 OFF when purchased in advance of game day! Save big when you get your tickets before heading down to Buffalo!

Exchange Rate & Canadian Credit Cards

Canadian Credits cards are accepted at all Sahlen Field concession stands, gift shops, the Consumer's Pub at the Park restaurant and at the Box Office. Please note, Canadian fans using their credit cards for purchases will be subject to the exchange rates of their credit card providers.

Canadian cash is accepted at the Sahlen Field Box Office ONLY for the purchase of single-game tickets and ticket packages.

Parking Around Sahlen Field

There are several independently-owned parking facilities located around Sahlen Field. Pricing and availability for those lots are set by the individual proprietors and are not controlled in any way by the Bisons organization.

PARKWHIZ: Book your parking now, guarantee your spot when you get to Buffalo and pay the best prices! Check out the ParkWhiz App to view the parking options for your next game at Sahlen Field. It's fast and easy, giving you assurance you get the best spot for you in advance! CLICK HERE!


Directions are easy whether you cross at the Peace Bridge,
Queenston-Lewiston Bridge or Rainbow Bridge

Travel South on I-190.
Take Exit 6 (Elm St.)
Take a Left on Swan St.
The ballpark
is just two block away!

Bridge Traffic Updates
Call 1-800-715-6722
(Press 2)

Hotels Near by

Make your trip to Sahlen Fielda multi-game excursion!

Stay at one of our partner hotelswithin walking distance of the ballpark

Embassy Suites
200 Delaware Ave.

Hyatt Regency Buffalo
2 Fountain Plaza

Store Pickup


Parking within a 2-block radius of the ballpark

AllPro Ramp
(Exchange St./Washington St.)

AllPro Surface Lots
(Exchange St./Washington St.)
(Washington St./Swan St.)

Ellicott Parking Garage
(Ellicott St./Swan St.)

Ellicott Surface Lot
(Ellicott St./Swan St.)

*Please note: These lots are privately owned and the Bisons organization does not determine any parking prices.