• Bengals have 10,000 tickets to sell for Sunday

    Summary of 21 articles · Updated Jan 4, 2014
    The Bengals currently have even more tickets to sell. The Colts have about 3,000 tickets remaining and must sell them by 4:30 p.m. Friday. The deadline to sell all tickets was later this afternoon. The Colts had about 5,000 tickets left as of Wednesday morning. The story was similar in Cincinnati, where roughly 10,000 tickets were reported to still be available for the Bengals’ game against San Diego. Unlike the regular season when teams can sell the tickets at 34 cents on the dollar to ensure there is no blackout, they must be sold at full price in the playoffs. A large number of tickets for the Bengals first-round playoff game against the Charger still remain as the specter of a blackout starts looming larger.
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      Source: indystar.com
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      The Eagles put around 5,000 single-game tickets on sale Tuesday for Saturday's playoff game against the New Orleans Saints. If your browser was slow, you might have missed them.
      Source: philly.com
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      The Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts and Cincinnati Bengals all sold their remaining playoff tickets during an NFL-permitted extension Friday to avoid having their games blacked out in local markets this weekend.
      Source: ESPN.com
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      Source: yahoo.com
    • Packers have fewer than 1,000 tickets for right to freeze

      As the clock ticks toward the extension “deadline” — unless it gets extended again — it appears there’s another playoff game which will be shown on local television. According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, the Packers have fewer than 1,000 tickets lef…
    • Colts sell out; extensions for Pack, Bengals

      The Indianapolis Colts have sold out their remaining tickets to Saturday's playoff game, while the Cincinnati Bengals and Green Bay Packers still have Friday to meet the ticket-sale deadline extension from the NFL.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Colts sell out playoff game, thanks to sponsor buying 1,200 tickets

      The NFL has avoided the black eye of a blackout in one of the three cities facing unexpected difficulties when it comes to selling playoff tickets. The Colts have announced that corporate partner Meijer has purchased the remaining 1,200 non-premium tick…
    • Price of Panthers playoff tickets soars on resale market

      Carolina Panthers playoff tickets sold out in 180 seconds Wednesday, but fans still have another option: Buying tickets from the so-called secondary market, where the markup is considerable.Click to Continue »
    • Packers, Bengals, Colts get ticket extensions

      The Cincinnati Bengals, Green Bay Packers and Indianapolis Colts all were granted ticket-sale deadline extensions from the NFL on Thursday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Colts granted extension, have until 4:30 p.m. Friday to sell 3,000 tickets and avoid blackout

      The Indianapolis Colts were given an additional 24 hours by the NFL to sell their remaining playoff tickets and avoid a television blackout for Saturday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
      Source: indystar.com
    • NFL playoff tickets: Who's sold out, who's not

      The Bengals aren't the only team facing a possible blackout. Indianapolis and Green Bay are also still making a push to get their home playoff games sold out. Here is a closer look of every NFL city hosting a playoff game and where they stand with ticke…
    • Panthers announce quick sellout of their playoff tickets

      Selling playoff tickets might be a problem in Cincinnati and Indianapolis, but they aren’t having the same problems in Charlotte. The Panthers announced they sold out their Jan. 12 Divisional Round game within three minutes. The Panthers had around 7,00…
    • Unsold Bengals playoff tickets now below 10,000

      Ticket sales have been steady through Tuesday, but unless the rate increases the game will be blacked out, Bengals director of sales and public affairs Jeff Berding said in a statement.
    • Indianapolis Colts face playoff blackout unless 7,000 more tickets are sold

      The Indianapolis Colts' bandwagon still has ample room. Several thousand seats worth, in fact.Heading into Saturday's playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Colts needed to sell nearly 7,000 tickets, according to the team, to sell out the game…
      Source: yahoo.com

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