Bengals having tough time selling playoff tickets

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Dec 22, 2013; Cincinnati, OH, USA; Cincinnati Bengals mascot Who Dey leads the team onto the field before the game against the Minnesota Vikings at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marc Lebryk-USA TODAY Sports

The Cincinnati Bengals are having a tough time selling their allotment of tickets for their first game in the NFL playoffs. By winning the AFC North, they already know that they’ll be hosting one game.

Despite this, the Bengals announced on Thursday that over 10,000 tickets remain for the team’s first playoff game, and now they’re on the offesnive trying to get those sold:

Let’s’s be fair though: The date of the first playoff game is not even know yet. It could be next Saturday or Sunday in the Wild Card round, and there’s still a chance the team could earn a first-round bye and not even play next week.

How many times have you ever bought a ticket to an event you didn’t know the date and time for?

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