Ticket packs on sale Monday

Posted Jun 25, 2009

Ticket Packs for 2009 Bengals games at Paul Brown Stadium will be on sale this Monday (June 29).

Ticket Packs include four regular season games paired together and allow buyers to hold the same seats for all four games within the package.  Prices range from $256 to $328 per Pack. Ticket Pack buyers will receive priority ahead of the general public to purchase tickets for any Bengals home playoff games following the ’09 season.


ORANGE PACK:  Sept. 13 vs. Denver (regular season home opener), Oct. 25 vs. Chicago, Nov. 29 vs. Cleveland and Dec. 6 vs. Detroit.

BLACK PACK: Sept. 27 vs. Pittsburgh, Oct. 18 vs. Houston, Nov. 8 vs. Baltimore and Dec. 27 vs. Kansas City.

Full season tickets for 2009 are currently on sale and will continue to be offered through the summer. Information on two-game Ticket Packs and/or single-game tickets, if they become available, will be announced at a later date.

For fastest service regarding ticket purchases and/or questions, fans are encouraged to call the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-TDTD (8383). Tickets may also be purchased in person at Paul Brown Stadium during regular office hours, and through printable order forms available on our Ticket Packs page.


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