The Bengals average ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last six years. Between the 2012 season and the 2015 season, the average ticket price was $75 with the largest differences hitting 6% from 2014 to 2015. Average Bengals ticket prices peaked in 2016 with prices reaching the highest increase over the previous seasons of 24%. The average ticket price for Cincinnati Bengal’s regular season NFL tickets for 2016 is currently at $90, which is 12% higher than the 2015 season.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Bengals Season Preview
The Cincinnati Bengals 2016 schedule is set and they are once again looking for a playoff win, as they have gone 25 consecutive years without one. The Bengals clinched the AFC North in 2015 for the second time in three seasons, however they were unable to advance past the first round of the playoffs. The 2016 Bengals season will be the franchise’s 47th season in the NFL and fourteenth under head coach Marvin Lewis. Andy Dalton returns as the Bengals quarterback after a thumb injury made him miss the last three games of the 2015 season. The Bengals roster is also strengthened by wide receiver A.J. Green, running back Giovani Bernard, and the Bengals 2016 first round draft pick, cornerback William Jackson III. TicketCity is the place to go for Cincinnati Bengals tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Bengals at Soldier Field, or supporting Cincinnati on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Cincinnati Bengals tickets, including home and away games.
Cincinnati Bengals Football at Paul Brown Stadium Address: 6 Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202
The Bengals play their home games at Paul Brown Stadium, located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The stadium, built in 2000, is named after the founder and first head coach of the Bengals Paul Brown. When filled to capacity, “PBS” holds more than 65 thousand screaming Cincinnati fans. The walls of PBS are adorned with murals depicting unforgettable players in Bengal history. TicketCity is the best place to buy tickets for all Cincinnati Bengal football games. The Cincinnati Bengals home bench is on the Paul Brown Stadium sideline with sections 102-118, so snagging your Cincinnati Bengals tickets in these sections will make for a memorable game. Paul Brown parking information is covered in our Bengals event guide.
A rivalry that has over 85 meetings that began in 1970, this matchup is as intense as any in the NFL. The two teams have combined for over 25 division titles and with both teams being successful as of late, this rivalry has grown back into one of the top matchups in the NFL.
This rivalry continues to grow as it began in 1996 when the Ravens were established. However, it has quickly become one of the most hard-hitting games of the season with plenty of trash-talk between the two teams. With the all-time series close, this rivalry will only get better in the future years.
This rivalry began as soon as the Bengals were established. Legendary Browns head coach Paul Brown bought an NFL franchise and named them the Bengals. With both teams playing in the same state and having such close ties, the hatred between the franchises was immediate. With over 75 meetings, this matchup has become one of the better rivalries in the NFL.The Bengals vs. Browns game is one of the biggest Bengals games of the season. Make sure you don't miss out on this game by getting a great deal on Bengals tickets from TicketCity!
Bengals in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
With multiple AFC Championships and 6+ division titles, the Bengals have started to build a resume that can compete with some of the top franchises in the NFL. The 10+ playoff appearances will continue to grow in future seasons as the Bengals organization has had a revival in the last few years.
2015 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
The theme of the 2015 Cincinnati Bengals season is one thing, win a playoff game. The Bengals had another strong season in 2014, winning 10 games, and clinching a franchise record 4th straight playoff spot. But Cincinnati once again fell short in the AFC Wild Card round, and for the 4th straight season, left the playoffs without a victory. The goal in the offseason was the get more talent in front of quarterback Andy Dalton. The Bengals used their first two draft picks to bring in offensive tackles Cedric Oguehi and Jake Fisher. The duo should add depth to an offensive line that has struggled with injuries in recent years. A.J. Green continued to be on the NFL’s best receivers in 2014 and should make a major impact once again for the Bengals in 2015. Expect the Cincinnati Bengals to compete in a very competitive AFC North in 2015, and once again be in contention for a playoff spot late in the season.
2014 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
It was another solid year in Cincinnati, finishing at 11-5 and a division title, but the Bengals can’t seem to get over the hump in the playoffs. Andy Dalton has had his problems in the postseason, but the Bengals have decided that he’s the QB of the future and they’re rolling on with him. A.J. Green had another great season, and we should expect to see more from tight end Tyler Eifert in his second NFL season. The breakthrough last year came from Giovanni Bernard, who shined after taking carries from BenJarvus Green-Ellis. The Bengals really only lost one good player on defense in Michael Johnson, but used two of the first three draft picks on defense. Darqueze Dennard and Will Clarke figure to be a big part of the team this season. Cincy will begin the season in Baltimore before returning home for two games against the Falcons and Titans. Week 4 will see a big game in Foxborough when the Bengals take on the Patriots, and Week 11 will see the Bengals take a trip to the Big Easy to battle the Saints.
2013 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
After making the playoffs for the second consecutive season, the Bengals didn’t make big changes in the offseason. Cincinnati’s big splash was signing former Pittsburgh Steeler star linebacker James Harrison to join an already impressive group that includes Rey Maualuga and Vontaze Burfict. The Bengals used the early rounds of the NFL Draft to acquire young depth on offense, selecting Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert in the first round, and North Carolina running back Giovani Bernard in the second. The key to the 2013 season for the Bengals will be the performance of Andy Dalton. Dalton has perhaps the best wide receiver in the NFL at his disposal in A.J. Green, and the duo should represent one of the most feared passing combinations in the league. With a youthful, hungry offense and a talented defense, the Bengals have a good chance at making it three years in a row with a playoff berth.
2011 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
The Cincinnati Bengals had one of the most disappointing seasons of any team last year in stumbling to a 4-12 record. As such, the team has a much different look this season, and will be looking to rebuild with a new look with head coach Marvin Lewis at the helm. The biggest change will be who is under center. Former quarterback Carson Palmer likely won't be playing for Cincinnati, so the duties will fall on rookie Andy Dalton. Luckily for Dalton, he has several talented players surrounding him including rookie receiver A.J. Green and second-year man Jordan Shipley. Cedric Benson will handle the running duties, and is coming off his second consecutive 1,000-yard year. The defense also has some question marks, but perhaps the most pressing issue is the squads front line. Tank Johnson is the only member with significant experience, and whether or not he can be effective remains to be seen. However, the linebacking corps has some talented players including Ray Maualuga. The secondary is led by Leon Hall, who has been one of the best cornerbacks in the league for the last several years.
2010 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
The Cincinnati Bengals swept their division last year on the way to a solid regular season, but an early playoff exit left fans looking for more. This year, coach Marvin Lewis welcomes in a revamped offense that will attempt to take the next step toward earning a Super Bowl berth. Perhaps the biggest change made this offseason was the acquisition of receiver Terrell Owens. Although Owens is in the twilight of his career and brings some personality issues with him, he is still one of the most talented players in the league and will provide quarterback Carson Palmer with another target to join Chad Ochocinco. Cincinnati relied heavily on the run last year, with Cedric Benson rushing for over 1,250 yards and six touchdowns. The defense, which surprised some analysts last year by placing in the top 10 in the league in preventing both the run and pass, should be good again this year. Second-year linebacker Rey Maualuga will look to build off a solid rookie season, and cornerback Leon Hall, one of the most talented defensive backs in the NFL, had an impressive six interceptions last year. The chances that the Bengals sweep their division again is a long shot as the Baltimore Ravens are expected to contend for the division crown, but seeing Cincinnati back in the postseason is likely.
2008 Cincinnati Bengals Season Preview
The big question for the Cincinnati Bengals heading into 2009 is what name their star receiver will play under. Will he be Chad Johnson or Ocho Cinco? Whatever the case the Bengals will be counting on #85 and a new WR they picked up in free agency, Laveranues Coles. With #85, Coles, QB Carson Palmer and RB Cedric Benson the Cincy offense should be in pretty good shape in 2009. That means the key for the Bengals will be Coach Marvin Lewis inspiring his defense to get back in top form. If the D steps up, then look for Bengals fans to be rocking Paul Brown Stadium this year.
Cincinnati Bengals - 11/25/2016
Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton was listed with a shoulder injury this week, however he was in full practice on Thursday and is expected to play against the Ravens on Sunday.
Cincinnati Bengals - 11/18/2016
Cincinnati continues to struggle this season with a 3-5 record. Despite having an aggressive offense, most of their struggles have come from a weak offensive line.
Cincinnati Bengals - 11/7/2016
The Bengals have announced that they are bringing back Wallace Gilberry, bringing the active roster back up to 53 players.