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New season ticket sales top 1000

Posted Jan 29, 2013

More than 1000 Bengals season tickets have been sold to new subscribers in the first week and a half since a new pricing schedule went into effect.

More than 1000 Bengals season tickets have been sold to new subscribers in the first week and a half since a new pricing schedule went into effect.

In 2013, for the second straight year, Bengals season tickets will cost less than the previous year in a significant number of sections of Paul Brown Stadium.

Price reductions are in effect in 20 stadium sections. A number of sections priced last year at $50 per game have been added to the areas selling for $40, and many sections priced at $60 last year have been reduced to $50.
 
“It’s an encouraging start toward our goal of maximizing homefield advantage by selling out every game in 2013,” said ticket sales manager Andrew Brown. “We are getting particularly heavy volume in the new $40 and $50 sections, but response is good across the board, and there are still good locations remaining on all three levels of the stadium.”

Fans may obtain tickets or get further information by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-TDTD (8383), or by visiting our Tickets home page.

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