CINCINNATI - Ticket packs for the 2012 Bengals season will go on sale Thursday June 7, the team announced on Wednesday.
The home portion of the team's schedule includes visits from the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants, Dallas, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, Miami and the return of Carson Palmer to Paul Brown Stadium. The team will also host division rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
Both two-game and four-game packs will be available for fans. The $40 sections are already sold out. However, ticket packs will be available at $53 per game, the lowest price for a Bengals ticket since 2005. Ticket packs are cheaper than buying single game tickets, whose availability for the regular season has yet to be scheduled.
Those who purchase ticket packs gain priority behind full season ticket holders for 2012 playoff seats.
Below are the ticket packs which go on sale June 7 beginning at 9 a.m.:
Four-game packs, available on all three levels of Paul Brown Stadium, will include:
* ORANGE PACK: Cleveland, Dallas, Miami and Pittsburgh.
* BLACK PACK : Baltimore, Denver, N.Y. Giants and Oakland.
Two-game packs, to be available on the Club and Canopy levels, will include:
* PACK A: Cleveland and Pittsburgh.
* PACK B: Dallas and Miami.
* PACK C: Denver and N.Y. Giants.
* PACK D: Baltimore and Oakland.
Ticket Packs may be purchased by calling the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 866-621-TDTD (8383), or online at Bengals.com , or in person at the Paul Brown Stadium ticket office.
Also on June 7, single-game tickets for the Bengals’ two home preseason games -- Aug. 10 vs. the New York Jets and Aug. 23 vs. Green Bay -- will go on sale.
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