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Bengals season ticket holders test out seats

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19)- Bengals fans got to test out their seats Saturday at Paul Brown Stadium.

Season ticket holders and fans buying four-game ticket packs were able to select their seats for the upcoming season.

Bengal's tickets are not on sale to the public yet.

Those who participated in Saturday's select-a-seat were also entered into a raffle for club seats during the home-opener against the Baltimore Ravens, September 19th.

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