Bengals Tickets in 2023
Demand for Bengals tickets is as strong as it has ever been in their 60 year history. Fans in Cincy believe in this team and are showing up in big numbers for home games. That demand has an impact on Bengals ticket prices which are up over 30% in the last four years. The big home games reflect that red hot demand, as "get in" tickets are often now listing at $180+ per seat. Although there are still affordable opportunities to attend a Bengals game, as the "get in" prices on less popular games are still starting under $80 per ticket.
1968 is the year the Cincinnati Bengals started playing professional football. Over their half century playing in the NFL, the demand for Bengals tickets remains strong today as ever. That is because Cincy fans rank among the most passionate fan bases in football. The Bengals fans have been there as constant supporters through all of the good seasons and not so good seasons. Bengals fans have watched their team play in over 800 NFL games, including playoff games, and they are still saying #WhoThey just as enthusiastically as ever. Attend a big game for the Bengals and you will likely leave thinking that it ranks among the best home atmosphere in sports.
Each year, the Bengals play a ton of of big games but the biggest regular-season games are when Cincy plays their AFC Central rivalry games against the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, and Pittsburgh Steelers. The games with the strongest demand for tickets are those big rivalry games, particularly the Bengals vs Browns which will typically sell out through the team box office. Conversely the least expensive Bengals tickets are their preseason games, which are a great bargain for families who want to secure some cheap Bengals tickets to see an NFL game.
Bengals fans have seen some special teams in their time and are hoping the 2023 team will be in contention again for an NFL Playoffs spot. Cincinnati fans are hoping to once again be buying Bengals playoffs tickets at the end of their regular-season. A dream season for Cincy would be to win a couple of postseason games and host the AFC Championship at Paul Brown Stadium with a chance win their way back to the Super Bowl. Bengals fans have seen their team in the Big Game in recent years, which has made them even more eager to return so they can bring the Lombardi Trophy back to the Queen City.
Bengals vs Browns (Battle for Ohio)
The biggest annual game in Cincy is the Bengals vs Browns. It is an in-state rivalry, which takes on special meaning for people in the Buckeye State who refer to the game as the Battle of Ohio. These two rival teams are a mere 250 miles apart and divide the state's loyalty. The Bengals host the Browns at their stadium on the riverfront once a year, and then head upstate to play in Cleveland once a season. This game is about more than just state bragging rights, as the winner of the season series has a better chance to earn a playoff berth.
Bengals Biggest Rivalry Games
Cincinnati Bengals Tickets
Bengals tickets are available for all home games at Paycor Stadium, including Cincy Preseason Games, Regular-Season Games and any Playoffs Games. There are a wide selection of seating options available for games from seats in the Upper Corners (Sections 333-334) to 50 Yard Line behind the Home Bench (Section 110). Fans can purchase individual game tickets, or Bengals Season Tickets which include all regular-season home games.