It's that time of year again. It's time to shift through your wallet, disregarding the half-torn Dave and Busters card, to find unused cash that you would otherwise for needless things... like food or gas. It's time to budget your finances, with a thoughtful pencil in the corner of your mouth (if it hurts, use the other end), to determine which Bengals games that you're going to this year.
The schedule is set. And now tickets will go on sale for this year's regular schedule games at 9 a.m. on Thursday (May 8). Before you can purchase single-game tickets (which will go on sale later this year), you will be presented with ticket packs. This is their way of selling high-profile games with low-profile to help avoid the proverbial blackout in the games that people are less interested in.
There are different packs available. You have the four-game packs and the two-game packs.
Four-game packs will include:
- ORANGE PACK: Tennessee (Sept. 21), Carolina (Oct. 12), Jacksonville (Nov. 2), Denver (Dec. 22)
- BLACK PACK: Atlanta (Sept. 14), Baltimore (Oct. 26), Cleveland (Nov. 6), Pittsburgh (Dec. 7)
Two-game packs will include:
- PACK A: Atlanta (Sept. 14), Pittsburgh (Dec. 7)
- PACK B: Tennessee (Sept. 21), Denver (Dec. 22)
- PACK C: Carolina (Oct. 12), Jacksonville (Nov. 2)
- PACK D: Baltimore (Oct. 26), Cleveland (Nov. 6)
Ticket Packs may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-TDTD (8383), or online at Bengals.com, or by visiting the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office.