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8 months ago Update 0 comments
Even though that the Cincinnati Bengals have declared a sellout on Friday, tickets still remain that are other not required for the team to announce an official sellout. Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer writes:
A limited number of tickets — from visiting-team returns and in obstructed-view areas — remain available and may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-8383 or through Bengals.com.
So if you're looking to score tickets for the game, there are options. Or you could purchase through one of the many ticket agencies.
Also during Reedy's above posting, one thing that caught my eye without realizing it. It's been nearly two years since the Cincinnati Bengals last for extension before declaring a sellout. Ironically that game was against the Miami Dolphins on October 31, 2010.
8 months ago Article 3 comments
After an uneasy week for fans of the 3-1 Cincinnati Bengals, the team announced on Friday that this weekend's game against the Miami Dolphins has officially sold out.
8 months ago Update 9 comments
According to Joe Reedy with the Cincinnati Enquirer, there are "indications" that the number of remaining tickets is roughly between "5,000-10,000" available, or upwards to one-fifth capacity. The Cincinnati Bengals have until 4PM on Friday to declare a sellout or the game will be blacked out locally.
Tickets sales manager Andrew Brown told the Enquirer that the team's winning streak has helped, but not completely wiped out the tickets remaining.
"We’re close enough to have a shot but not there yet," ticket sales manager Andrew Brown said. "With a three-game winning streak sales have picked up the last week but we’ve still got some work to do."