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The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Tuesday that Sunday Night's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers has officially sold out.
For months the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers has been considered a "virtual sellout", considering that single-game tickets for this game were exhausted in mid-July this year.
The Bengals announced on Tuesday that the game has officially sold out and the first 25,000 fans will get orange rally towels. It's the third sellout this season and fourth in a row, dating back to the regular season finale against the Baltimore Ravens. Cincinnati is 1-1 at home, with a win over the Browns in Week Two and loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week Five.
The game will be on NBC at 8:20 PM (ET).