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Bengals Announce Partnership with Uber

It will now be easier than ever for Bengals fans to plan their game day transportation in advance and get to and from Paul Brown Stadium by requesting a ride through the Uber app. The partnership includes a designated Uber pickup and drop-off location during game days on Second St. W between Elm St. and Race St.

"We want to make sure fans have a great game day experience," said Cincinnati Bengals Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Brian Sells. "Partnering with Uber gives fans a convenient and safe transportation alternative for home games."

The partnership will launch Sunday, October 23 at the Bengals next home game against the Cleveland Browns. Bengals fans can request rides at the touch of a button, and those who are new to Uber can enjoy a free first ride (up to $15) by entering promo code BENGALS.

"Uber is teaming up with the Bengals to make sure a trip to and from Paul Brown Stadium is hassle free," Uber Ohio General Manager James Ondrey said. "Bengals fans can skip the parking lot—just open the Uber app, push a button and get a ride."

Throughout the season, Uber riders and drivers will be eligible for special giveaways, including tickets to Bengals' home games. To kick off the partnership, Uber riders will have a chance to win a pair of tickers and sideline passes to this Sunday's game against the Browns! Learn more at

When fans open the Uber app on stadium grounds as they leave the game, they will be prompted to walk to the designated pickup location.

How It Works:

Get to the game:

■     Enter 'Paul Brown Stadium' as your destination and tap request

■     A car will arrive in minutes to take you to the dedicated Uber drop-off location on Second St. W between Elm St. and Race St. – just two blocks away from the stadium

For a quick and easy pickup:

■     Exit Paul Brown Stadium

■     Follow the signage outside the stadium to head to the dedicated Uber pickup area on Second St. W between Elm St. and Race St.

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