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Bengals Single Game Tickets Go On Sale Thursday

Posted Apr 18, 2018

Bengals single game tickets will go on sale when the regular season schedule is released Thursday at 8 p.m. Anyone who purchases tickets through the Bengals will pay no fees when selecting mobile tickets as the delivery option.

Bengals single game tickets will go on sale when the regular season schedule is released Thursday at 8 p.m. Anyone who purchases tickets through the Bengals will pay no fees when selecting mobile tickets as the delivery option. Fans interested in all home games can purchase Season Tickets for as low as $400.

“This is the first time single game tickets to all regular season home games will be available as soon as the schedule is released,” said Duane Haring, Bengals Director of Ticket Sales and Service. “We’re excited to eliminate fees on all single game tickets purchased through the team, so the price fans see is the price they’ll pay.”

Fans can purchase tickets by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at (513) 621-8383, online at Bengals.com or by visiting the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office. The Bengals Ticket Hotline will stay open late on Thursday and tickets may be purchased 24/7 through Bengals.com. Regular hours for the Ticket Hotline and ticket office are from 9 a.m.-5p.m. Monday through Friday. Fans can chat with a ticket representative online if they have any questions.  

The regular season home schedule features AFC North Division rivals Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers, along with the Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders and Denver Broncos.

Season Tickets are on sale now, with pricing on all three levels of Paul Brown Stadium remaining flat for the 2018 season. Season Tickets start at $400 and flexible payment plan options are available. Fans can call the Bengals Ticket Hotline at (513) 621-8383 to schedule an appointment to view available seats.

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