CINCINNATI - There are still tickets available for the Bengals’ final home game of the season on Dec. 30.
Tickets can be purchased for seats on all three levels of Paul Brown Stadium for the season finale against the Baltimore Ravens.
Unless the game is sold out, it cannot be broadcast live on local television, under NFL rules.
"Sales have remained steady this week, but we are still several thousand short of a sellout," said Andrew Brown, the team’s ticket sales manager, in a prepared statement.
"The upside for fans at this point is that a number of seating options remain for what promises to be a very significant game,” Brown added.
If the Bengals win at Pittsburgh this week and Baltimore loses at home against the New York Giants, the Bengals could win the AFC North with a victory over the Ravens.
Regardless, the Bengals are assured of being alive for a playoff berth entering the final regular season weekend.
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