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'11 ticket prices to remain the same

Posted Jan 21, 2011

The Bengals on Friday announced that ticket prices for the 2011 season at Paul Brown Stadium will not be increased from their 2010 levels.

This marks the second time in the last three years that prices have not increased. The Bengals season ticket pricing schedule for 2011 is as follows:

SEASON TICKET PRICES (per game)

» Zone EE (North End Zone, Club Level) ... $60
» Zone J (Corners, Canopy Level) ... $60
» Zones F, G, H (Sidelines, Canopy Level) ... $68
» Zones D, E (Corners / End Zone, Field Level) ... $72
» Zones A, B, C (Sidelines, Field Level) ... $80
» Zone CC (Convertible Club, Club Level) ... $80

Season tickets are on sale now. Fans may call the Bengals Ticket Hotline at (513) 621-TDTD (8383) or click here.

Ticket packs and/or single-game tickets are not available at this time. Information on their availability is expected in spring and/or early summer. The NFL will not announce dates and kickoff times for all 2011 games until the spring. Like season tickets, single-game tickets and ticket packs will not be raised in price from their 2010 levels.

Though dates and kickoff times have not been set, it is known that the Bengals 2011 regular season schedule will feature home games against division rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, along with non-division games against the Arizona Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts and San Francisco 49ers.

 

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