Your Guide to Cincinnati Bengals Season Tickets
If you spend all week looking forward to a Sunday full of football action, you’ve probably thought about buying season tickets to your favorite NFL team.
Season tickets are the best way for die-hard football fans to take in as many live games as possible each year. If you’re a Cincinnati Bengals devotee and interested in in purchasing season tickets, we’ve got you covered with everything that you need to know to get your hands on those coveted seats.
Benefits of Season Tickets
Before we get into our guide on how to buy season tickets for the Bengals, we thought we’d do a quick rundown of the benefits of having season tickets.
Season tickets are a flat fee per game, so you won’t have to pay extra money for games that have increased importance or higher demand
Access to Playoff tickets Season ticket holders are given the first right of refusal for playoff tickets before they go on sale to the general public
The league offers a few perks of its own to season ticket holders, including free access to NFL RedZone, a discount at the NFL’s online shop and the ability to sell or transfer tickets at any time
Bengals Team Perks
Each year the Bengals hold unique events for their season ticket holders. Past events have included photo opportunities with former Bengals players, a meet-and-greet with the team’s rookies and a town hall meeting with head coach Zac Taylor
How to Purchase Bengals Season Tickets
As of 2019, the Cincinnati Bengals do not currently have a season ticket waiting list, which means that Bengals fans can easily buy season tickets with a fast turnaround.
In the past, the Bengals had utilized a COA, or Charter Ownership Agreement, which was essentially a personal seat license that fans were required to pay to purchase season tickets. Given the team’s struggles over the past few years, they have been waiving these fees to entice new season ticket buyers.
Fans that are interested in buying season tickets have two options at their disposal: buy the seats directly from the team or purchase them from a current season ticket holder through the Bengals COA Marketplace.
Those who wish to purchase tickets through the team can do so via Ticketmaster, by putting a deposit down on tickets for 2020. The cost of the deposit is $200 per seat for 300 level seats, $350 per seat for lower level seats and $500 per seat for club seats. This deposit is non-refundable, but it will be credited towards the cost of season tickets once they go on sale in February. Those who chose to put a deposit down will then be contacted by the team’s ticketing staff with details on pricing and seat availability.
Another way to buy season tickets is through the team’s COA Marketplace, where current season ticket holders with COAs can sell the rights to their seats. This method is quite a bit more costly, as you must pay to buy the COA on top of the cost for season tickets. There are currently over 150 listings available, so if you’re looking to sit in a particular section that’s sold out, the COA Marketplace might be a solid option for you.
Bengals Season Ticket Pricing Information
The Bengals have not raised season ticket prices in a handful of years, with their least expensive seats starting at $340 per season. Here is a chart showcasing the prices of each season ticket at Paul Brown Stadium.
Season ticket renewals are sent to current season ticket holders in February. Ticket relocations are also handled in February as well. Season tickets usually go on sale to the public in early March.
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