NFL Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
Earn your stripes with Cincinnati Bengals tickets. Paul Brown founded the Cleveland Browns, for which the team takes their name, as well as establishing the Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals were created in 1966 as an expansion team in the American Football League (AFL). The AFL-NFL merger occurred in 1970 and since then the Bengals have played in the AFC North as a part of the National Football League. The Bengals play in the Paul Brown Stadium as an homage to their founder. The stadium is located at 1 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Currently, the Bengals are owned by Mike Brown, Paul Brown’s son; he also serves as the president of football operations. Secure your Cincinnati Bengals tickets today through TicketSmarter.
The Bengals have earned two AFC Championships in 1981 and 1988. However, they lost both Super Bowl games to the San Francisco 49ers. Super Bowl XVI was held at Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan while Super Bowl XXIII was held at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. It would be 2005 before the Bengals made another NFL Playoff appearance. Since the acquisition of quarterback Andy Dalton in 2011, the Bengals earned multiple consecutive playoff bids, ending in 2015. Andy Dalton was released by the Bengals and picked up by the Dallas Cowboys following the 2019 season where they went 2-14. For the 2020 NFL Draft, they earned the overall number 1 draft pick. They selected quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow from LSU. Be a part of the history when you pick up your Bengals tickets today.
Cincinnati Bengals Ticket Prices
Check out the TicketSmarter NFL schedule to secure Cincinnati Bengals tickets using our dynamic seating chart. Cheap tickets can be found in the 300 level section of Paul Brown Stadium. Also, look for non-conference opponents for cheaper Bengals tickets. There are multiple premium suite options available as well. The TicketSmarter filtering tool allows you to sort by Cincinnati Bengals ticket prices so you never overpay for your tickets again.
How much are Cincinnati Bengals tickets?
Tickets for a home Bengals game start at $60 for seats in section 315. Bengals tickets can range up to $228 per seat. Most tickets average $115 per seat.
Ticket prices for the current Cincinnati Bengals football season are starting at $33.00 and going up to $10662.00. The average ticket price per game during the current season is around $328.68. Premium Tailgates Game Day Party: Baltimore Ravens vs. Cincinnati Bengals tickets are currently available on TicketSmarter. This gridiron battle will take place at Stadium Square Lot, 1300 Leadenhall Street, Baltimore, MD on October 9th, 2022 at TBD. TicketSmarter has 0 tickets currently available for this big matchup with starting ticket prices at $79.00 and the most expensive seats priced at $79.00.
Cincinnati Bengals Schedule
The Cincinnati Bengals schedule starts in September with the regular season. They play a standard 16 game spread through December. The NFL Preseason is held before the start of the season and typically four games. If the Bengals earn an NFL Playoffs bid, those games are held in January. As a member of AFC North, the Bengals will face off against the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, and the Pittsburgh Steelers. The full Bengals schedule is available online through TicketSmarter.
The Cincinnati Bengals schedule has a total of 18 football games left to be played during the season. One of the highlights of the football season will be the Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens (Date: TBD) game at Paycor Stadium, One Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH. The game is scheduled for January 7th, 2023 at TBD making it one of the final games of the season. Wanting to watch this game in person? Be sure to grab one of the 4140 tickets available on TicketSmarter with prices ranging from $82.00 to $1570.00.
When do Cincinnati Bengals tickets go on sale?
Tickets for the upcoming Bengals season will be released starting in May. Once the NFL releases the upcoming season, tickets through TicketSmarter become available. There is no need for a presale code, just use our mobile app to purchase your tickets from anywhere.
Cincinnati Bengals Seating Chart
The Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000 with a capacity of 65,515 and is located in downtown Cincinnati. Sometimes referred to as Jungle because of the Bengals’ natural habit but also the Guns N’ Roses song “Welcome to the Jungle” is the most commonly played song during home football games. The stadium is divided into three tiers of seating and is an open-air stadium. One side of the stadium is open for better visibility of the skyline. For seating on the Bengal’s 50-yard line, check out seats in section 110. There are 114 suites and 7,600 club seats at the stadium. No matter where you want to sit, the Cincinnati Bengals seating chart from TicketSmarter has you covered. You can even purchase your tickets through our app to avoid waiting at the Bengals box office.
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