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Season tix on sale May 18

Posted May 15, 2009

Beginning this Monday, May 18, Bengals season tickets will be available for public sale for the first time since 2006.

Season ticket prices are unchanged from 2008, and all Charter Ownership Agreement payments for Paul Brown Stadium may be deferred, with no installments due until 2010. Season ticket customers benefit from discounted prices, preferred seating locations, guaranteed priority to retain their seats for playoff games, and from exclusive offers for fan participation activities such as the recent conference call and question-answer session with top draft picks.

The Bengals 2009 home schedule features a Sept. 13 opener vs. Denver, a Sept. 27 date against defending world champion Pittsburgh, and a Nov. 29 renewal of the “Battle of Ohio” vs. Cleveland. The Bengals will enter the 2009 season with an active streak of 44 consecutive sellouts (regular season and postseason games), the longest such streak in franchise history.

Interested fans may call the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-TDTD (8383) or click herefor more information.

Season tickets will be the only plan on sale as of Monday. Should mini-packs or single-game tickets become available, that information will be released at a future date.

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