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Bengals announce over 10,000 tickets still remain

The Cincinnati Bengals updated their ticket sales on Monday, saying that over 10,000 unpaid tickets still remain, despite having a good day on Monday. If they fail to sell the game out by Thursday, the game will be blacked out.

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The Cincinnati Bengals announced on Monday that the team still has over 10,000 unpaid tickets for sale for Sunday's playoff game against the San Diego Chargers, though adding that they had a good day of sales. The team previously announced over 10,000 tickets were unsold prior to Cincinnati's weekend finale against the Baltimore Ravens, but the number was far higher than 10,000.

Jeff Berding, the team's director of sales and public affairs, said, "We need to do everyday what we did today," to help ensure that the game will sell out. The league's deadline to prevent a black out is Thursday. If the Bengals don't sell their remaining allotment of their unsold tickets by then, the game will be blacked out within the local markets.

Playoff tickets may be purchased on-line at or by phone at 800-745-3000. During working hours, fans can call the Bengals ticket hotline at 513-621-8383 or stop in person at the ticket office. Tickets are available on all 3 levels of the stadium.