The program is entering its season and is intended to help those fans who like consume alcohol during homes return home safely.
Elizabeth Obad, president of the MADD chapter serving Erie County, says fans can stop by the MADD tents at Gates 3 and 5 on gamedays to sign up.
"And they will get a bracelet, and when they have the bracelet, they will also receive two coupons to receive beverages inside the stadium when they to watch the game," Obad said during remarks Wednesday at the Bills' fieldhouse.
The fans taking part can also sign up for a chance to win two Super Bowl tickets to the game in New Orleans next year, Obad said.
The Bills were one of two teams that started the pilot program two years ago. It's now expanded to 10 other teams.
The designated driver program is an important one, Erie County Sheriff Tim Howard, said in a news release.
"Driving drunk is not an accident. It is a very poor choice by an individual who has total disregard for either the safety of his fellow passengers or the citizens on the highways he may encounter," Howard said.