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Cincinnati Bengals Suite Prices

How much do Bengals suites cost?

Prices typically range from $14,000 - $22,000 for Cincinnati Bengals suites. The price of a Bengals suite will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Paul Jones Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

Suite Levels at Paul Brown Stadium

Players Luxury Suites

12 Tickets
2 Parking

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Private Luxury Suite

16 Tickets
20 Capacity
4 Parking

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Bengals Spotlight

A new era will begin in 2019 for the Cincinnati Bengals.

After 16 seasons and four AFC North titles, longtime head coach Marvin Lewis mutually parted ways with the team. Los Angeles Rams quarterback coach Zac Taylor takes over. After what Taylor did with Jared Goff in LA, hopes are high in Cincinnati that he can take Andy Dalton to the next level in his ninth season in the NFL.

In the running game, Joe Mixon had an excellent sophomore season, racking up nearly 1,200 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. Wide receiver A.J. Green keeps performing well, when healthy. He had around 700 yards rushing and six touchdowns in nine games in 2018. It was the lowest output of his career, but he was in-line with his career averages, so a healthy Green should produce in 2019.

It’s tough to go wrong with an offensive lineman selection in the first round of the NFL Draft, and the Bengals picked Alabama tackle/guard Jonah Williams with the 11th pick. Cincy also had productive picks in Day 3 of the Draft. QB Ryan Finley out of North Carolina State was considered a steal in the fourth round. He’s a project but has time to learn and work with Dalton and Taylor. Texas A&M running back Trayveon Williams was taken in the sixth round; he can run and catch out of the backfield and could pay immediate dividends.

This past winter, the Bengals, Cincinnati, and Hamilton County struck a deal to revise the terms of the team’s lease at Paul Brown Stadium, which can go until 2036. As part of the deal, over $42 million worth of improvements will be pumped into the stadium from now until 2022. The team also purchased a 15-acre site west of the stadium to build up to 1,900 parking spots and, potentially, an indoor practice facility. One of the perks of watching a game in a suite at Paul Brown Stadium continues to be in-suite visits from Bengals alumni!

The 2019 schedule, as always, features both home and road contests with division foes Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Baltimore. Other clubs visiting Paul Brown Stadium in 2019 are San Francisco, Arizona, Jacksonville, the New York Jets, and New England Patriots. Non-AFC North road games are at Seattle, Buffalo, the LA Rams (in London), Oakland, and Miami.

Past Spotlights

The Cincinnati Bengals will look to return to the playoffs in 2018 after falling short the two few years. Cincinnati re-signed tight end Tyler Eifert in the off-season, ensuring an important piece to Marvin Lewis’ offense is back. Along with Eifert, All-Pro wide receiver A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell make up a solid group of offensive weapons for quarterback Andy Dalton. Speaking of Andy Dalton, he expects to bounce back from an off year in 2017. Giovani Bernard and second year player Joe Mixon will carry the load in the backfield, and speedster wideout John Ross will look to make an impact in 2018 after a very disappointing rookie season. When this offense is clicking on full cylinders, the Bengals can be a legitimate threat. Much of the Bengals offensive success depends on Dalton’s consistency, Green’s elite production, and the emergence of its young playmakers, Joe Mixon and John Ross.

Defensively the Bengals are led by Geno Atkins, Carlos Dunlap, and Dre Kirkpatrick. Teryl Austin will take over as defensive coordinator, looking to improve a unit that did not reach its full potential in 2017. Austin hopes to bring this defense back to its level of dominance from just a few years ago.

In 2018, Paul Brown Stadium will see the Cincinnati Bengals go to battle with the Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Miami Dolphins.

Cincinnati Bengals luxury suite rentals can be rented out on a game-by-game basis. A suite at Paul Brown Stadium features HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior seating, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated Bengals suite attendant. With your Bengals suite, you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Paul Brown Stadium and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside. Bengals suite prices will vary for every game and will be based on who the opponent is, the date of the game and the suite location inside Paul Brown Stadium.

The 2017 Cincinnati Bengals are ready to break out offensively. With the Bengals first-round pick in the NFL Draft, they selected the speedy receiver, John Ross. Ross will pair up with All-Pro WR A.J. Green. Andy Dalton will now have two players with elite speed to throw the long ball to. Ross and Green will be a dynamic duo on offense but the Bengals also have one of the NFL’s best tight end’s in Tyler Eifert. The running game could feature a mix of Jeremy Hill, Giovani Bernard and rookie Joe Mixon. Mixon is a very controversial pick because of off-the-field issues but could end up getting significant playing time in 2017. Bernard hopes to return healthy after an ACL injury last season.

The Bengals defense is led by Carlos Dunlap, Geno Atkins and Dre Kirkpatrick. This defensive unit has been solid in recent years and 2017 should be no different. Last season, the Bengals finished in points against, so, scoring is no easy task for an offense going up against the Bengals. Vontaze Burfict gets a fresh start in 2017 after an injury and suspension in 2016. 

The 2017 Cincinnati Bengals home opponents include the Baltimore Ravens, Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football, Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football, Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions on Christmas Eve.

Suites and Special Events: Cincinnati Bengals luxury suite rentals can be rented out on a game-by-game basis. A suite at Paul Brown Stadium features HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior seating, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated Bengals suite attendant. With your Bengals suite, you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Paul Brown Stadium and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside. Bengals suite prices will vary for every game and will be based on who the opponent is, the date of the game and the suite location inside Paul Brown Stadium.

Offense: Last year it looked like the Bengals were finally going to be able to make a deep run into the playoffs, but all those hopes faded when Andy Dalton broke his thumb in week 14. Dalton had an excellent year leading a very talented Bengals offense but sadly his replacement, AJ McCarron, couldn’t lead the team to a victory over the Steelers in the Wild Card round. Wide receiver AJ Green once again had an excellent year as he was named to his fifth All-Pro Game. Green caught 10 touchdown passes and had almost 1300 yards receiving. Green’s dominance was expected but the biggest surprise on the offensive side of the ball was undoubtedly the emergence of Tyler Eifert. The Notre Dame Product caught more touchdown passes than anyone in the NFL last year and finished with 615 receiving yards. Despite a down year from young running back Jeremy Hill, the Bengals should have one of the most potent offenses in the league.

Defense: The Bengals boasted two of the top interior lineman in the NFL last year in Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap. Carlos Dunlap led the team in sacks with 13.5 and had 55 tackles both excellent numbers for a defensive tackle. While Atkins didn’t lead the team in sacks he had an unquestionably dominant year. Atkins was second on the team in sacks with 11 and led the team in tackles for loss. Middle linebackers Rey Maualuga and Vontaze Burfict definitely appreciated their monstrous defensive lineman’s work last year as they both had superb years. Maualuga and Burfict should have excellent years again working behind Atkins and Dunlap. Cornerbacks Adam “Pacman” Jones and Dre Kirkpatrick lead a talented Bengals secondary. Jones had another excellent year shutting down wide receivers as he recorded 3 interceptions and 12 passes defended on the season. On the opposite side of the field Dre Kirkpatrick was awesome once again and although he didn’t pick off any passes he led the team with 16 passes defended. This Bengals defense has quality players at almost every position and will be a tough and talented group to go against in 2016..

Schedule: In 2016, the Bengals will host the Cleveland Browns, Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Washington Redskins, Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles and the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Suites and Special Events: Rent a Bengals luxury suite on a game-by-game basis. A suite at Paul Brown Stadium features HDTVs, Wi-Fi, interior/exterior seating, upscale furnishing, premium in-suite catering options and a dedicated suite attendant. With your Bengals suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Paul Brown Stadium and exclusive access to the VIP clubs inside. A Bengals suite provides the perfect setting whether you are entertaining for business or for pleasure.

Cincinnati Bengals Suite Prices

How much do Bengals suites cost?

Prices typically range from $14,000 - $22,000 for Cincinnati Bengals suites. The price of a Bengals suite will vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Paul Jones Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

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