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Bengals increase ticket prices for 2010

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Last year, the Cincinnati Bengals announced that they wouldn't increase their ticket prices for the 2009 regular season. Something about going 4-11-1, having a disastrous offense with a defense, while good, that still maddening stunk it up against playoff teams. Still, it seemed logical that for the team to maintain a level of interest for the following season, they'd assure fans of all classes could walk into Paul Brown stadium, enjoy a hotdog that pays for college tuition and a beer that costs as much as it does to maintain the parks in Lebanon. At least in happy fun-fun land.

However, playoffs, a healthy Carson Palmer, an exciting defense with the return of Mike Zimmer can only mean one thing. Paying more to get into Paul Brown Stadium. From Bengals.com.

SEASON TICKET PRICES (per game)
Zone EE (North End Zone, Club Level) ... $60
Zone J (Corners, Canopy Level) ... $60
Zones F, G, H (Sidelines, Canopy Level) ... $68
Zones D, E (Corners / End Zone, Field Level) ... $72
Zones A, B, C (Sidelines, Field Level) ... $80
Zone CC (Convertible Club, Club Level) ... $80

SINGLE-GAME TICKET PRICES (if available)
Zone EE (North End Zone, Club Level) ... $65
Zone J (Corners, Canopy Level) ... $65
Zones F, G, H (Sidelines, Canopy Level) ... $73
Zone D, E (Corners / End Zone, Field Level) ... $77
Zones A, B, C (Sidelines, Field Level) ... $85
Zone CC (Convertible Club, Club Level) ... $85

The site writes that the cost for tickets has increased by "$1 per game for the canopy level and second-level end zone, and $3 per game for seats in the field level and convertible club."

Joe Reedy provides a breakdown.