The Cincinnati Bengals announced their lowest ticket prices will be even less expensive for the 2015 season. The Bengals will be dropping the price of the lowest priced tickets from $40 to $35. Other ticket prices have been lowered by as much as $15 at the field level. Those prices will be dropped from $75 to $60.
Improvements to Paul Brown Stadium were also announced. Those improvements include a new, larger video and digital boards, which for the first time will be in high definition. A state-of-the-art WiFi system will also be used to full capacity after it was launched during the 2014 season.
In a release by the Bengals, they announced the price decrease is projected to still keep the Bengals at or below the No. 24 rank in average ticket price across the NFL. On the secondary market, Cincinnati ranked 21st with a $147 average price for their eight 2014 home games.
The Bengals finished the 2014 season with a 10-5-1 record and a Wild Card spot in the AFC. While they appeared in the playoffs for the fourth straight season, they also failed to win a playoff game in that span.
Cincinnati’s 2015 home schedule includes games against the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Houston Texans, Kansas City Chiefs, St. Louis Rams and San Diego Chargers.