CINCINNATI - Single-game tickets for the first Bengals home playoff game are now on sale.
As AFC North Division champions, the Bengals are assured of hosting a playoff game on either Jan. 4 or 5 (Wild Card round) or Jan. 11 or 12 (Divisional round), depending on the results of this weekend’s final regular season games in the NFL.
“We have good locations available on all three levels of Paul Brown Stadium,” said Andrew Brown, Bengals ticket sales manager.
Tickets may be purchased online through Ticketmaster. Fans also may contact Ticketmaster by phone at 800-745-3000.
Tickets may also be purchased through the Bengals Ticket Hotline at 513-621-8383 (TDTD), or in person at Paul Brown Stadium. The ticket hotline and ticket office will be closed Christmas Day.
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