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Cowboys game a sellout

Posted Nov 13, 2012

Cincinnati's Dec. 9 home game against Dallas is a sellout, the club’s ticket office reported Tuesday. The game will be cleared for television coverage on regional FOX affiliates, including WXIX-TV (Channel 19) in Cincinnati.

Tickets remain available for the club’s other two remaining home games, on Nov. 25 against the Oakland Raiders and on Dec. 30 against the Baltimore Ravens. The Raiders game features the anticipated return to PBS of former Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer. The Ravens game will be a regular-season-ending AFC North clash, with potentially high playoff implications.

Oakland and Baltimore tickets may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-8383 (TDTD) or by clicking the links above. Additionally, fans may purchase tickets in person at the PBS ticket office, with free parking on the East stadium plaza. Ticket office hours are 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday-through-Friday, and 9 a.m. until noon on Saturdays before home games.

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