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Single-game Tickets to go on Sale

Posted Jun 24, 2014

Single-game tickets for the Bengals’ first eight home games in 2014 (including preseason) will be available to purchase this Saturday, June 28. Sales will begin at 10 a.m. and initially will be available in three ways: (1) online via bengals.com, (2) by phone through the Bengals’ Ticket Hotline at 866-621-8383 or through Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000, or (3) in person at Ticketmaster outlets (visit ticketmaster.com for information about locations).

Beginning at 9 a.m. Monday, June 30, single-game tickets also will be available in person at the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office.

Single-game ticket prices begin at $44 and are available on all three levels of the stadium.

Single-game tickets for the Bengals’ final two regular-season home games -- Dec. 7 vs. Pittsburgh and Dec. 22 vs. Denver -- will go on sale at a later date yet to be determined. However, tickets for those two games already are available as full-season tickets or multi-game ticket packs through all of the options listed above.

Group Tickets, for groups of 15 or more, are also available now for single games with the exception of the Pittsburgh and Denver games. Call the Ticket Hotline to order Group Tickets.

The Bengals’ 2014 home slate includes two national prime-time games -- just the third such instance in franchise history -- on Nov. 6 vs. Cleveland (Thursday night on NFL Network) and on Dec. 22 vs. Denver (Monday night on ESPN). The only other seasons in which the Bengals had two prime-time regular-season home games were 2004 and ’07. This season’s two prime-time home games are fixed, not subject to flexible scheduling.

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