The ferocity that the Bengals play with on the field makes it easy to understand why Cincinnati fans enjoy coming out to Paul Brown Stadium, aptly dubbed, The Jungle. Chant “Who Dey” along with the rest of the Bengals faithful and enjoy live NFL action the way it was meant to be played.
Cincinnati Bengals Tickets and Purchasing Instructions
Cincy sports fans hunting for Bengals tickets can pour over the best selection of seats at Vivid Seats. Join in all the chants and choruses of "The Bengals Growl" this season at Paul Brown Stadium. The proud citizens of Cincinnati invest in Bengals season tickets every fall, patiently waiting for their franchise to finally bring home the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Fans have been buying Cincinnati Bengals tickets since the team was first established in Southwest Ohio in 1968. Share in the city's pro football passion this season by squaring away seats at a contest on the 2013 Bengals schedule. We will also have an All-Pro selection of Bengals playoff tickets available should Cincinnati capture the AFC North or an AFC Wildcard spot this year. To purchase Bengals tickets for any game during the season, follow these instructions:
All game dates are featured above. By clicking on the "Buy Tickets" button, you'll be guided to a comprehensive assortment of Bengals tickets for all home games.
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One thing is for certain: things are looking up for the Cincinnati Bengals in 2013. Third-year stars like QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green have propelled the Bengals into the playoffs in each season since being drafted in 2011, and in 2012, the duo helped Cincinnati earn a 10-6 record and a tie for first place in the AFC North with the eventual Super Bowl champion, Baltimore Ravens. Both Dalton and Green improved in nearly every major statistical category last season, and their two years of postseason experience should serve them well as they pursue the franchise’s first Vince Lombardi Trophy. For 2013, Cincinnati looks poised for success, as it boasts Pro Bowl TE Jermaine Gresham, and a stout defensive unit that ranked in the top 10 in nearly every major defensive category.
Fans looking to get their hands on Bengals tickets will have a host of spectacular matchups to choose from throughout the 2013 NFL season. The Bengals will start things off by traveling to the Windy City to take on the Chicago Bears on Sept. 8, before returning home to Paul Brown Stadium to reignite their heated rivalry with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 16. From there, things likely won’t get much easier, as the Bengals 2013 schedule also includes opponents like the Green Bay Packers (Sept. 22), New England Patriots (Oct. 6), and arch-rival Cleveland Browns (Nov. 17). Cincinnati’s final stretch will pit the squad against the Indianapolis Colts (Dec. 8), Minnesota Vikings (Dec. 22), and Baltimore Ravens in the season finale on Dec. 29.