Bengals Try to End Blackouts in 2013 as Ticket Packs go on Sale

 

Nov 25, 2012; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals fan dresses up for the game during the second half against the Oakland Raiders at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals defeated the Raiders 34-10. Mandatory Credit: Frank Victores-USA TODAY Sports

 

 

It’s never too early to start looking ahead to the 2013 NFL season, and the Cincinnati Bengals began today offering 2-game and 4-game Ticket Packs for the 2013 season, starting at just $40 per game:

 

4-game and 2-game Ticket Packs are available on all levels of Paul Brown Stadium. Ticket Packs range in price from $40-$80 per game. See the stadium diagram for pricing and views from each section.

Ticket Pack Benefits:

  • Reduced pricing compared to single-game tickets
  • Preferred seating options available over single-game tickets
  • The same great seats for each game of your Ticket Pack
  • Priority before the public for purchase of tickets to any home playoff games in 2013 season

Please click here to request more information on Bengals 2- and 4-game Ticket Packs.

 

After a franchise record 57-home game sellout streak was snapped in November of 2010, the Bengals have struggled to sellout since, and had two blackouts in 2012.

Bengals fans fell victim to blackouts in six of Cincinnati’s eight home games in 2011, and four in 2010. That makes 12 out of 24 games (50%) over the past three years have been blacked out, despite the team making back-to-back postseason trips. Let’s help end that trend this year.

 

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