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New Triple Option ticket pack on sale Monday

Posted May 18, 2011

Bengals 2011 Ticket Packs, offering a new level of flexibility, will go on sale at 9 a.m. on Monday, May 23.

The “Triple Option” pack will allow fans to package any three games of their choosing. In addition to AFC North rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, teams scheduled to visit Paul Brown Stadium in the regular season include San Francisco, Buffalo, Indianapolis, Houston and Arizona. In preseason, Carolina and Indianapolis are on the home schedule.

Packs can be purchased on Monday by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-TDTD (8383), or online.

Ticket Pack buyers will have preferred seating options over buyers of single-game tickets, whose availability is yet to be scheduled. Pack buyers also gain priority ahead of the general public for the possible availability of tickets for home playoff games.

Ticket Packs will be available on all three levels of the stadium.

Bengals ticket prices remain unchanged since 2010, with a per-game price range of $65-85.

» For more information on the Triple Option ticket pack, please click here.

 

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