The Bengals have received an extension from the NFL to sell out this week's game so that it appears on local television.
The team has until 4 p.m. Friday to sell out Paul Brown Stadium when the Miami Dolphins come to town this Sunday at 1 p.m.
The normal deadline for blackouts is 72 hours before the game.
“Ticket sales have been going very well all season, and demand has really ticked up this week,” said ticket sales manager Andrew Brown, “so we’re hopeful that the trend will continue and that we’ll have a full house for the Dolphins. The fans are excited to see the Bengals continue their three game win streak and to see two exciting young quarterbacks go head to head in Andy Dalton and Ryan Tannehill.”
Tickets are available through single-game sales or through two-game ticket packs.
You can purchase tickets at http://www.bengals.com/tickets/index.html .
If there is a blackout, you can catch all the action with a live blog here on WCPO.com, or hear the game live on the radio and streaming online at http://www.bengals.com/news/1530-stream.html .
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