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Cincinnati Bengals Preseason Details

The Cincinnati Bengals have stayed close to home during their training camp sessions. From 1968 to 1996, the team prepared for regular seasons at Wilmington College. The Bengals moved to Kentucky’s Georgetown College in 1997 before returning to their home stadium for preseason training in 2012.

Training camp practices are typically free and open to the public at the practice fields near Paul Brown Stadium. Fans in attendance can grab food and drink from the concessions area and seek autographs from their favorite players following practice. The team opens the stadium each year for Family Day, an event with kid-friendly activities and a full-team scrimmage. Bengals fans are encouraged to arrive early for each practice due to the limited seating in the bleachers.

Paul Brown Stadium became the home of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2000. The stadium opened with a 24-20 Bengals preseason victory over the Chicago Bears on August 19, 2000. The Bengals previously shared Riverfront Stadium with the MLB’s Cincinnati Reds, an arrangement that existed from 1970 to 1999. Paul Brown Stadium hosts local concession providers like Queen City Tap House, Jean-Robert de Cavel’s, and Gold Star Chili. Each home game at the stadium features a pre-game concert and games at the Jungle Zone. The stadium also features the Who Dey Zone, a premium deck with a good view of the field and visits by past Bengals players.

The Bengals began their preseason history with a 38-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati’s Nippert Stadium on August 3, 1968. The team participated in the AFL-NFL exhibition series in 1968 with a 19-3 victory over future divisional rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Cincinnati built up to its first Super Bowl appearance during the 1981-1982 season starting with a 24-17 preseason victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Coach Sam Wyche and quarterback Boomer Esiason built the chemistry necessary for their Super Bowl appearance in the 1988-1989 season with a 3-1 preseason record.

The Bengals keep it regional in terms of rivalries during the preseason. Cincinnati plays the Indianapolis Colts every preseason with fans making the two-hour drive between the two cities. The Chicago Bears also play the Bengals on a regular basis during the preseason. Bengals fans have also enjoyed games against NFC foes like the Minnesota Vikings and the Detroit Lions that are infrequent opponents on the regular season schedule.

When do Cincinnati Bengals preseason tickets go on sale?

The Cincinnati Bengals release their preseason schedule each April. Tickets for each preseason game are released in the following weeks.

How much do Cincinnati Bengals preseason tickets cost?

The average resale price for a Cincinnati Bengals preseason ticket is $28 with prices varying based on the team’s opponents.

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