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Bengals fans send an invoice to the team asking for money back

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WARSAW, OH (FOX 19) - Being a Bengals fan is a family tradition for Corey and Jesse Fischer.

Growing up in Coshocton County, the Fischer family made regular three hour road trips to watch the Bengals play at home for the last five years.

"We've been dedicated fans to the point that we make a six hour round trip to go to games but yet when ownership doesn't show that they're committed to winning it gets pretty frustrating," says Jesse Fischer.

So after getting their post season invoice for their 2011 season tickets, the Fischer brothers had enough and decided to ask for their money back.

They came up with an invoice for the reimbursement of "two loyal fans" totaling $17, 347.98. They even broke down the account information.

Tickets -- $8,900

Tailgating, parking and merchandise -- $5,580

Gas money and hotel for travel -- $460

Paper bags, Pepto Bismol and Excedrin -- $9.98

HD TV -- $2,398

"This is everything that we put into this team and what do we have to show for it? So it's time that we got reimbursed," says Fischer.

The Fischer brothers mailed the invoice to the Cincinnati Bengals, Mike Brown and family on Monday.

To see the entire invoice click the picture located on the side of this story.

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