The brand new My One Buffalo app is now available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play. The new version of the app expands team content with both Bills and Sabres videos, news, stats, scores and the ability to stream live Bills games in-market.
The new app allows fans to continue to manage their tickets, find information about New Era Field and KeyBank Center, and sign up for the My One Buffalo membership program that includes exclusive offers and discounts across all Pegula-owned properties in Buffalo.
Beginning October 1, the older version of the My One Buffalo app will no longer be active, and the new version will need to be downloaded for ticket management. Android users can update their current version, while iOS users will need to download the new app entitled "One Buffalo" in the App Store.
The Buffalo Bills Mobile app will continue to be available all season long and will continue to allow fans to manage their tickets as well as access Bills content including the ability to stream live in-market Bills games.
However, the stand-alone Sabres app is no longer available, and all of its features have been migrated to the new My One Buffalo app including content, team news, stats, and scores. Hockey fans can also access Sabres scores, information, and NHL.tv on the Sabres dedicated page within the NHL app.
About Pegula Sports & Entertainment
Pegula Sports & Entertainment (PSE) streamlines key business areas across all Pegula family-owned sports and entertainment properties including the Buffalo Bills, Buffalo Sabres, Buffalo Bandits, Rochester Americans, Rochester Knighthawks, LECOM Harborcenter, Black River Entertainment, ADPRO Sports, PicSix Creative agency and numerous hospitality properties. PSE aims to be a leader in the sports and entertainment industry by bringing together the individual resources, capabilities and talents of each of its entities to create a cohesive and sustainable brand that together represents the Pegula family's interest. PSE's mission is exemplified by its One Buffalo initiative, which unites Western New York and serves as a representation of teamwork through a deeper connection between Buffalo sports teams, fans and the community.