Cincinnati Bengals Tickets

The Cincinnati Bengals are led by a dynamic receiver in AJ Green who can score at any moment. This Bengals team also features a dominating defense which is needed when playing in the AFC North. The orange and black are an exciting NFL team to watch so make sure to check out Rukkus for the best deals on Cincinnati Bengals tickets!

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How Do I Buy The Best Cincinnati Bengals tickets?

The best way to purchase Cincinnati Bengals tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Bengals listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seat to provide the best possible experience when buying Bengals tickets. Every step of the Rukkus process will ensure that you are able to find the best NFL tickets in no time. 


Is there a seating chart for the Bengals tickets that I just purchased?

Rukkus has a seating chart for Paul Brown Stadium that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat views will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Paul Brown Stadium provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase. 


How much do Cincinnati Bengals tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Bengals tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at Paul Brown Stadium. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NFL ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.


Where is the best parking at Paul Brown Stadium?

Paul Brown Stadium has many parking locations adjacent to the stadium within walking distance. South of Third Street parking is sold out with pre-paid season parking, while North of Third Street ranges from $10-$20.

Can I buy away tickets for the Bengals?

Purchasing tickets for the Cincinnati Bengals when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to Bengals. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold. 


When do Cincinnati Bengals tickets go on sale?

There are a couple simple ways to be notified when Bengals tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to set up a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NFL game at Raymond James Superdome. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com 


Can I purchase home game tickets for the Bengals?

Rukkus makes is simple to find and buy home games for the Bengals. The schedule for all games happening at Paul Brown Stadium are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NFL ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home games for the Bengals. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is ever an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.


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What makes Paul Brown Stadium special?

Paul Brown Stadium is the only football stadium to make a list done by Harris Interactive survey of America’s favorite 150 buildings and structures. Paul Brown Stadium is often referred to as “The Jungle”, both in reference to the Bengal tiger’s habitat, but also to the Guns N’ Roses song “Welcome to the Jungle”.

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Cincinnati Bengals Ticket Information

The Cincinnati Bengals provide an amazing live experience for all football fans in attendance. The team boasts a high-powered offensive attack and highlight-reel plays from their star-studded roster. The fan experience is second to none, as Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati is the perfect place to enjoy NFL football action. Grab your tickets today and participate in the fun!



Quarterback Andy Dalton leads this dynamic Bengals offense as they show off their speed and skill in front of the home crowd. The receivers are superb and the running backs have a tremendous combination of speed and power. The Bengals defense also makes a big impact every game as they punish opposing offensive players. The on-field talent is sure to impress you on your trip to Paul Brown Stadium!

The success of the Bengals has won them many fans in the city of Cincinnati and throughout Ohio. Fans travel from all over to see their team in orange take the field. Plentiful mass transportation, a fun atmosphere, and terrific football keep Bengals fans coming back for more. This team has had plenty of recent success and consistently qualifies for the NFL playoffs. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this winning environment!

There is no better experience than a live outdoor football game at Paul Brown Stadium. Come watch the Bengals battle in the tough AFC North division and dazzle the home crowd. The city of Cincinnati adds to the experience with a festive atmosphere is support of their home team. Get yourself tickets to this wonderful live event!

Cincinnati Bengals

The Cincinnati Bengals began play in the 1968 season as an expansion team in the American Football League. Paul Brown founded the franchise upon his departure from the Cleveland Browns and sought to link the team with past professional football in Cincinnati, choosing the name Bengals to pay homage to a team which had played in a previous version of the AFL. Brown would also assume the role of Head Coach for the new team, which would play their home games for the first two seasons in Nippert Stadium.

Brown was a longtime coach of the Cleveland Browns and an early innovator of American football. Brown’s contributions include the use of game film to scout opponents, the hiring of full-time assistant coaches, helping to integrate the game, using intelligence tests to evaluate players and the modern facemask. Despite his contributions, Brown was thought to be controlling which led to conflicts with players and ownership. Art Modell purchased the Browns in 1961 and relieved Brown of his duties in 1963.

Brown remained out of football until joining an ownership group that would be awarded the Cincinnati franchise. He would assume the duties of general Manager and head Coach, while also representing the team in all league matters. One of his first assistant coaches was the legendary Bill Walsh, who would go on to develop the West Coast Offense and become one of the greatest coaches in NFL history. The Bengals would struggle in their first two seasons, finishing 3-11 in 1968 and 4-9-1 in 1969.

The merger of the AFL into the NFL that had been in the works for some time finally took place in 1970. The Bengals would take up residence in the new American Football Conference Central Division, alongside the Browns, Houston Oilers and Pittsburgh Steelers. 1970 would also see the team move into the newly constructed Riverfront Stadium, a home they would share with MLB’s Cincinnati Reds. The Bengals would finish the season at 8-6, good enough for first in their division and a spot in the playoffs. They would travel to Baltimore for a date with the Colts in the Divisional Round, losing 17-0.

The Bengals would win the division twice more in the 1970s. The 1973 club would finish at 10-4 and fall to the Miami Dolphins in the Divisional Playoffs, while the 1975 squad would finish with a record of 11-3 and qualify as a Wild Card before losing to the Oakland Raiders in the Divisional round. The Bengals had the misfortune of residing in the same division as the Steelers, who would dominate the decade with seven division titles and four Super Bowl championships. Ken Anderson, arguably the best quarterbacks in franchise history, debuted in 1971 and earned the starting job in 1972. Anderson would go on to four Pro Bowl selections and the 1981 NFL MVP award. Brown retired following the 1975 season, naming Bill Johnson as his successor.

Despite the strong play of Anderson, the Bengals failed to make the playoffs again in the 1970s and began to struggle – falling from a record of 10-4 in 1976 to three consecutive sub-.500 campaigns from 1978-1980. Johnson resigned during the 1978 season, replaced by Homer Rice. Rice would last two seasons on the sidelines, with Forrest Gregg taking control in 1980. Cris Collinsworth was drafted in the second round of the 1981 draft and would go on to pay immediate dividends, surpassing 1,000 receiving yards in his rookie season and earning a Pro Bowl selection.

1981 would go on to be one of the best seasons in franchise history. Ken Anderson would have a magical season that culminated in his selection as league MVP, while the club would go on to a record of 12-4 while winning the AFC Central. The Bengals would defeat the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional round, the first playoff victory in franchise history. A home date with the San Diego Chargers for the AFC title was up next, a game that would go on to be known as the ‘Freezer Bowl’ in NFL lore. The temperature in Cincinnati was nine below zero with an incredible wind-chill factor of minus fifty-nine. The Bengals would win 27-7 and go on to the Super Bowl to face the San Francisco 49ers. In one of the more entertaining Super Bowls of the era, the Bengals trailed 20-0 at halftime before launching a furious comeback in the second half. The rally ultimately fell short and the 49ers would go on to win 26-21.

`The Bengals would return to the playoffs in the strike-shortened 1982 season, losing 44-17 to the New York Jets in the Wild Card Round. Sam Wyche would take the reigns as Head Coach in 1984, a year that would also see them select Boomer Esiason in the second round of the NFL draft. Esiason would supplant Anderson as the starter in 1985 and go on to earn four Pro Bowl selections and the 1988 NFL MVP. The combo would lead the team to a 12-4 record in 1988, winning the division title and returning to the playoffs. After knocking off the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional Round, the Bengals defeated the Buffalo Bills to win their second AFC Championship. They would go on to lose to the 49ers in the Super Bowl again, as the 49ers scored with 34 seconds left to win 20-16.

The Bengals captured the AFC Central Division Title again in 1990, defeating the Houston Oilers in the Wild Card round before losing to the Los Angeles Raiders in the Divisional playoffs. The franchise would enter a dark period that would stretch well into the next century. Busted draft picks, management concerns and just overall bad luck led to the Bengals being an also-ran. The 1990s would see several coaching and personnel changes, none of them effective. The team would move into Paul Brown Stadium, unfortunately that would also not light a spark.

Fast forward to 2003, the club would hire Marvin Lewis to be their Head Coach and he would begin to finally turn things around. After posting back-to-back 8-8 records in 2003-2004, the club would finish 11-5 in 2005 and return to the playoffs – a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Wild Card round. Lewis continues to lead the team today and the club has qualified for the postseason in five of the last six seasons. Current Bengals QB Andy Dalton and WR AJ Green form one of the more explosive combos in the league, while the dynamic RB duo of Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill should have little trouble moving the chains. Although unable to get over the hump in recent years, expect the Bengals to contend in 2015 and push for a return to the postseason.

Cincinnati Bengals Lineup

  • Jason Campbell
  • Andy Dalton
  • Giovani Bernard
  • Rex Burkhead
  • Jeremy Hill
  • Cedric Peerman
  • A.J. Green
  • Marvin Jones
  • Greg Little
  • Mohamed Sanu
  • Dane Sanzenbacher
  • Brandon Tate
  • James Wright
  • Kevin Brock
  • Tyler Eifert
  • Jermaine Gresham
  • Ryan Hewitt
  • Alex Smith
  • Russell Bodine
  • Clark Harris
  • Marshall Newhouse
  • Andre Smith
  • Andrew Whitworth
  • Clint Boling
  • Tanner Hawkinson
  • Trey Hopkins
  • T.J. Johnson
  • Mike Pollak
  • Kevin Zeitler
  • Will Clarke
  • Carlos Dunlap
  • Robert Geathers
  • Wallace Gilberry
  • Margus Hunt
  • Geno Atkins
  • Domata Peko
  • Devon Still
  • Brandon Thompson
  • Vontaze Burfict
  • Jayson DiManche
  • Marquis Flowers
  • Nico Johnson
  • Emmanuel Lamur
  • Rey Maualuga
  • Sean Porter
  • Vincent Rey
  • J.K. Schaffer
  • Darqueze Dennard
  • Leon Hall
  • Adam Jones
  • Dre Kirkpatrick
  • Chris Lewis-Harris
  • Terence Newman
  • George Iloka
  • Shawn Williams
  • Taylor Mays
  • Reggie Nelson
  • Mike Nugent
  • Kevin Huber

Todays Cincinnati Bengals Tickets

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Cincinnati Bengals Ticket Prices

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High: $451.00

Cheap Cincinnati Bengals Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$1.00 NFL Preseason: Cincinnati Bengals at Detroit Lions — 08/18/2016
Ford Field; Detroit, MI
$4.00 Preseason: Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts — 09/03/2015
Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
$5.00 Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns — 12/06/2015
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
$6.00 Cincinnati Bengals at New Orleans Saints — 11/16/2014
Mercedes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, LA
$10.00 NFL Preseason: Cincinnati Bengals at Jacksonville Jaguars — 08/28/2016
EverBank Field; Jacksonville, FL
$11.00 Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals — 01/03/2016
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$12.00 Preseason: New York Giants at Cincinnati Bengals — 08/14/2015
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$13.00 NFL Preseason: Minnesota Vikings at Cincinnati Bengals — 08/12/2016
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$13.00 Houston Texans at Cincinnati Bengals — 11/16/2015
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$14.00 NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals — 09/01/2016
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH

Best and Most Expensive Cincinnati Bengals Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$451.00Cincinnati Bengals at Denver Broncos — 12/28/2015
Sports Authority Field At Mile High; Denver, CO
$321.00Cincinnati Bengals at New England Patriots — 10/16/2016
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
$315.00Cincinnati Bengals at Arizona Cardinals — 11/22/2015
University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, AZ
$299.00Washington Redskins vs Cincinnati Bengals — 10/30/2016
Wembley Stadium; London, UK
$283.00AFC Championship: TBD at Cincinnati Bengals (If Necessary) — 01/18/2015
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$263.00AFC Championship: TBD at Cincinnati Bengals — 01/24/2016
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$180.00Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals — 11/05/2015
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$162.00Cincinnati Bengals at Oakland Raiders — 09/13/2015
O.Co Coliseum; Oakland, CA
$143.00Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers — 12/28/2014
Heinz Field; Pittsburgh, PA
$142.00Denver Broncos at Cincinnati Bengals — 12/22/2014
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
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