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Dallas, Pittsburgh single-game tickets exhausted

Posted Jul 18, 2012

Single-game tickets for the Bengals 2012 season went on sale one week ago, and initial results have been strong. Based on those initial results, the Bengals Ticket Office announced Wednesday that the supply of single-game tickets for home games against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Oct. 21 and the Dallas Cowboys on Dec. 9 has been exhausted.

A limited number of tickets remain for those games through season ticket sales and Ticket Packs. Single-game tickets and Ticket Packs remain on sale for all other games.

“Single-game ticket sales have been quite strong,” Bengals ticket sales manager Andrew Brown said. “Fans have reacted well to last year’s playoff season, and we have one of the most exciting home schedules in recent memory. Demand for many games has been high, with Pittsburgh and Dallas leading the list. We are also seeing good interest in the home opener against Cleveland, so it’s been a good first week of sales. While we are out of the single-game tickets for Pittsburgh and Dallas, we can still accommodate fans through a limited number of packages and season tickets.”

Tickets may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-TDTD (8383), online by clicking here, or in person at the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office.

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