Bengals announce season tickets have sold out

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In February, we noted that the Bengals’ trip to the Super Bowl had not led to a quick sellout of season tickets but the team has now reached that goal.

The Bengals announced in an email, via the Cincinnati Enquirer, that they have sold out of season tickets for the 2022 season. Anybody still interested in buying season tickets will now have to join a wait list, which requires a one-time deposit of $150 that would go toward any eventual purchase.

The Bengals had been one of 13 teams in the league without a wait list for season tickets before this announcement.

Cincinnati kicks off the 2022 season at home against the Steelers and they’ll also host the Dolphins, Falcons, Panthers, Chiefs, Browns, Bills, and Ravens this season.

27 responses to “Bengals announce season tickets have sold out

  1. Joe Burrow is just learning. He’ll get much better. He’s barely scratched the surface.

  2. I remember flying back from the combine and Marvin Lewis was sitting across the aisle from me in coach. Assistants from another team were in first class… I pointed this out to Lewis, an absolute class act, and he laughed and shrugged…
    Pretty soon they might actually stop nickel and diming the players and coaches who are there… Getting that done there will just add to the Burrow legend and it’s great to see even if it took too long to actually happen.

  3. Great season by the Bengals last yr. But don’t worry – they won’t be sneaking up on anyone, anymore. And if that doesn’t happen, the Brown administration will find a way to screw things up. They have been doing that since, oh, 1989?

  4. Burrow has a lot of upside, but it will be interesting to see with a tougher strength of schedule. Expectations are high and the pressure has gone up significantly.

  5. Everyone touting a tougher strength of schedule… Before the season, the Bengals had a top 10 schedule in terms of difficulty. After the season, it was deemed one of the top 5 easiest. It ebbs and flows.

    As for sneaking up on teams… the Bengals play the Steelers and Ravens 2 times a year. Not sure how that’s sneaking up. The Bengals played the Chiefs in week 17. I’m sure the Chiefs just ignored the previous 16 weeks and said, “same old Bengals”. Otherwise, they beat the Vikings, Lions, Jags, Raiders, and Broncos. Which of those juggernauts was caught by surprise by the upstart Bengals? Silly.

  6. Pedro King says:
    June 27, 2022 at 8:38 am

    I’m sure they were bought up by all the ticket reseller companies.

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    Lots of fans have bought season tickets for the first time this year, including me, and that is because the Bengals have shown signs of investing in Burrow and the future. The practice facility is in process, for example.

  7. Winning sells tickets. That’s the way it has worked for NFL teams since the beginning. If a team can win for years (dynasty?), then they will have sold-out stadiums for a generation or more.

  8. Finally a team Cincinnati can be really proud of. We here in Cleveland however have the Browns.

  9. there will still be a sea of black and gold, with waves of terrible towels at that opener…you can bet on it!

  10. lastwordonpft says:
    June 27, 2022 at 12:20 pm

    there will still be a sea of black and gold, with waves of terrible towels at that opener…you can bet on it!

    They’ll need the towels for wiping away their tears.

  11. The average Cincinnati resident in 2020: “We have a football team here?”
    The average Cincinnati resident in 2021: “Hey, we have a football team here!”
    The average Cincinnati resident in 2022: “I’ve been a huge Bengals fan for decades!”

  12. And there you have it, folks. The NFL working is perfect direction toward their goal. What what happens with the Chargers in the next couple of seasons – they’ll magically make a deep playoff run as the league continues it’s quest to engage the vapid fanbase that is LA.

  13. It’s good to hear small market teams doing well. And given what a slow-motion disaster my Browns are, at least the other small market Ohio team is doing well.

  14. How the heck the Steelers consistently sellout? This is a team that hasn’t won a playoff game since 2015 or 2016, (I think).
    their marketing crew is doing a brilliant job or the fans are just delusional.
    Anyway, WHO DEY!!

  15. It’s a good thing teams that lose the Super Bowl never struggle afterwards…

  16. goooooobrowns says:
    June 27, 2022 at 3:22 pm
    It’s good to hear small market teams doing well. And given what a slow-motion disaster my Browns are, at least the other small market Ohio team is doing well.
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    I trash talk your front office and ownership most of the time. But I respect the Browns fans even at times you guys get under my skin..but respect your passion. You guys deserve better

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