The Bengals have more than a dozen lots in which they sell season long parking.
All Bengals parking lots open 4 hours prior to kickoff. The Bengals restrict the ownership of parking passes to 1 pass for every 4 COAs owned.
Bengals Lots A, B, C, D E are owned and operated by the Cincinnati Bengals. Each lot is situated adjacent to Paul Brown Stadium offering quick access in and out of the stadium.
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Bengals Handicap Parking - All Bengal's parking lots provide handicapped parking spaces for disabled patrons with passes for that lot. In addition, single-game parking is available for handicapped patrons in Lot 1, which is located at the corner of Pete Rose Way and Central Avenue. Handicapped parking in Lot 1 is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Bengals Bomb Squad, the premier tailgating organization of Bengal fans, meets in Lot 1 in downtown. The parking lot is between Longworth Hall and Paul Brown Stadium, directly across the street from the Bengals practice field and caddy-corner from Paul Brown Stadium itself (Gate B).
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To transfer company owned Cincinnati Bengals COAs, an officer of the company must complete and sign the COA transfer form and must also furnish the Bengals with a company letter, signed by an officer of the company, authorizing the tranfer of the seats.
In order to execute a COA transfer, the Cincinnati Bengals require both the Buyer and Seller to complete the Bengals official COA transfer form. The completed transfer form along with the COA transfer fee(s) must be submitted to the team for processing and final transfer approval.
Cincinnati Bengals playoff ticket invoices will be issued in late November should the team have a chance to host a home playoff game. Playoff game electronic tickets will be issued to the COA owner once the team has been assured of a home playoff game, and the playoff ticket invoice has been paid.
Bengals playoff invoices are sent out each year in November if the Bengals have a chance to host a home playoff game. Payment for Bengals playoff tickets is due in December.
Bengals playoff ticket prices are set by the NFL and are determined every year.
The Bengals send out season ticket invoices in February. A first installment payment is due in March with final payment due by the end of May.
Cincinnati Bengals season ticket invoices are issued by the team in mid to late spring each year. Bengals season tickets are then issued by the team to the COA owner in early summer, once the season ticket invoice has been paid in full.
Cincinnati Bengals COAs can be transferred year round.
Unless otherwise agreed to by the Seller, the Buyer shall be responsible for paying all applicable PSL Transfer Fees to the Team. We encourage the Buyer to account for this cost, partially or in full, in your bid.
The Bengals charge a $50 per transaction COA transfer fee. Four (4) seats transferring from one (1) Seller to one (1) Buyer = one (1) transaction. Four (4) seats transferring from one (1) Seller to two (2) different Buyers = two (2) transactions and thus two (2) x $50 transfer fees.
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