The Bengals will play home games against their division rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and will host defending NFC champion Seattle Seahawks, the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams and Sand Diego Chargers in 2015 (FOX19 File)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Bengals fans will see season tickets at new, lower price for next season.
The Bengals announced that there will be a new entry price of $35 per game, the lowest available at Paul Brown Stadium since 2003. In addition to the $35 seats for the upcoming season, a limited number of Field Level seats will be reduced by $15, going from $75 to $60.
“We have a good team coming back, one of only four to reach the playoffs the last four years, and we have an outstanding stadium that will be significantly upgraded,” said Jeff Berding, Bengals Director of Sales and Public Affairs. “And we have set pricing with the goal of increasing our season ticket base. We believe the new $35 locations are an exceptional value that will sell quickly, and there are many other options also available, with great seating on all levels.”
According to the Bengals, season ticket pricing will remain among the most competitive in the NFL. Most fans will see no price increases and the average ticket remains flat from 2014.
The Bengals will seek a fourth straight season of double-digit wins in 2015 at Paul Brown Stadium and will look for a fifth straight playoff berth. They will play home games against their AFC North Division Rivals Baltimore, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, and will host defending NFC champion Seattle Seahawks, the Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams, and Sand Diego Chargers in 2015.
Paul Brown Stadium will have new, larger video and digital boards to display highlights and in-game information and stadium concessions will be enhanced. In addition, Wi-Fi will be full in place after a successful 2014 launch.