Single-game tix on sale Saturday; NFL RedZone to PBS

Single-game tickets to see Carson Palmer and the Bengals in action at PBS this season go on sale Saturday, July 17. (Bengals photo)

Single-game tickets for Bengals 2010 home games will be available for purchase as of this Saturday, July 17 at 10 a.m. The defending AFC North Division champions' home schedule includes an opener against highly regarded rival Baltimore, a date against the defending NFL champion New Orleans Saints, an ESPN Monday night game against Pittsburgh and an NBC Sunday night game against San Diego.

Sales options beginning Saturday will include:

» Ticketmaster, by phone at 800-745-3000, online by clicking here or at any Ticketmaster outlet.
» The Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-TDTD (8383) or toll free 866-621-TDTD (8383).

In addition, fans also may visit in person at Paul Brown Stadium's South Ticket Office during regular office hours, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Single-game ticket prices range from $65-$85.

Season tickets, which offer the best seating locations as well as priority for any postseason home games, are currently available through the Bengals Ticket Hotline.


» July 29: Opening of Training Camp
» August 8: Hall of Fame Game, Bengals vs. Cowboys, Canton, OH
» August 15: Bengals preseason home opener vs. Denver
» September 12: Bengals regular season opener at New England
» September 19: Bengals regular season home opener vs. Baltimore


The Bengals today announced that Paul Brown Stadium will offer the NFL RedZone as a new service for all home games this season. The service will be free to fans and will provide fans with an enhanced game day experience.

For home subscribers on cable and satellite systems, NFL RedZone provides continuous live highlight coverage on game days. NFL RedZone's live feed will be broadcast on numerous screens throughout Paul Brown Stadium's concourse and concession areas, and in their seats, fans will enjoy RedZone updates and multiple highlight packages, broadcast on the stadium's JungleVision video boards.

"Our focus is creating the best possible environment for our fans," said Katie Blackburn, Bengals executive vice-president. "NFL RedZone has proven to be one of the most popular new products in sports television, and we're excited to bring it to our most loyal fans -- the ones in the stadium on Sundays."

Also this season, the PBS scoreboards and ribbon boards will feature enhanced in-game reports on player and game statistics from other NFL action.

"We believe this information is what fans are looking for during the game," said Blackburn, "and particularly so in the case of fantasy football players. Again, we want our fans to have the best of both worlds -- all the information from other games while also being able to enjoy the unique and unmatched experience of seeing our games in person."

As has always been the case at Bengals home games, full replays of all the in-stadium action will be provided on the JungleVision video boards.

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