The Cincinnati Bengals, coming off of a playoff appearance and with a promising young roster, are seeing an increase in season ticket sales for the 2012 season. While some season tickets still remain, the team unveiled some smaller "power packages" for fans who are interested in taking advantage of the Bengals' attractive home schedule.
Two four-game packages are available, the "black" and "orange" packs. The "black" package features games against the Steelers, Browns, Dolphins and Cowboys, while the "orange" package allows fans to see the Ravens, Giants, Broncos and Raiders. That's two Mannings and the return of Carson Palmer for those keeping score.
Additionally, fans can choose from four different two-game "Power Packs." Details are available at the Bengals team site.
Single game tickets for exhibition contests against the Jets and Packers are also on sale.
With a talented team and the lowest ticket prices since 2005, Bengals fans might want to consider a trip to Paul Brown Stadium this Fall.Tags: Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, Football, NFL