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Ticket Packs go on sale Thursday

Posted May 6, 2014

Ticket Packs for the 2014 Bengals home schedule, available for as low as $44 per ticket per game, go on sale Thursday at 9 a.m.

 

Ticket Packs for the 2014 Bengals home schedule, available for as low as $44 per ticket per game, go on sale Thursday at 9 a.m.

Two-game and four-game packs, available on all three levels of Paul Brown Stadium, offer preferred seating options over single-game tickets, Also, packs include the same seats for all games, and pack buyers gain priority ahead of the general public for home playoff seats.

Single-game tickets are not yet on sale.

 Four-game pack:

 ORANGE PACK: Tennessee (Sept. 21), Carolina (Oct. 12), Jacksonville (Nov. 2), Denver (Dec. 22).

 BLACK PACK: Atlanta (Sept. 14), Baltimore (Oct. 26), Cleveland (Nov. 6), Pittsburgh (Dec. 7).

Two-game pack:

 PACK A: Atlanta (Sept. 14), Pittsburgh (Dec. 7).

 PACK B: Tennessee (Sept. 21), Denver (Dec. 22).

 PACK C: Carolina (Oct. 12), Jacksonville (Nov. 2).

PACK D: Baltimore (Oct. 26), Cleveland (Nov. 6).

Beginning at 9 a.m. Thursday, Ticket Packs may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-TDTD (8383), or online at Bengals.com, or by visiting the PBS ticket office.

 

 

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