Now, it is a little concerning when you can get onto Ticketmaster and see tickets this good still available for a mere $115:
Seats located in the Corner
East End of Stadium
Ticket Price: $116.67 x 2
If anything, you’d think tickets like that would have been bought by scalpers already and listed in a third-party ticket-seller.
“We’re very excited about how the team played. It has made it easier. The fans have been supportive but we’ve undergone some extraordinary efforts to get there,” said Jeff Berding, Director of Bengals Ticket Sales and Public Affairs .
“We appreciate the fans and in some cases our business partners in a big way. We got all eight sold out and on TV. We are happy with that, but it is tempered by the fact that there’s going to be a game nine and we have a very sizable task in getting it sold out.”
While they would like to already have their allotment of tickets for their first playoff game sold by the time Week 17 concludes, the time to panic will be next week when they know the day and time of the game.
Playoff tickets may be purchased online through Ticketmaster or by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets also may be purchased through the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-3550, or at 866-621-8383 (TDTD). Additionally, tickets may be purchased at the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office during business hours or at Bengals.com.
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