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Bengals Hope To Sell Out Stadium For Home Opener Against Browns

The Bengals retained 95% of their season-tix holders and added 600 new club seats
The Bengals “are focusing on trying to sell out their Sept. 16 regular-season home opener against the Browns,” and Bengals Ticket Sales Manager Andrew Brown said the team is “within shouting distance” of that goal, according to Joe Reedy of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER. Bengals Dir of Sales & Public Affairs Jeff Berding said that the team has added "more than 5,000 season tickets, 600 new club seats, and has retained than 95 percent of its season-ticket holders." Reedy noted all three metrics "rank in the top 10” of the NFL. The team also has "added 10 new suite-holder accounts.” The Bengals do not announce their "total season ticket holders, but based on preseason attendance figures, it appears the team is back up over 40,000.” The team has "failed to sell out 10 of their last 12 regular-season home games" (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, 8/26).
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