Cincinnati Bengals Suites

Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH

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Latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus Updates

SEG is constantly reviewing guidance from professional leagues, teams, venues, and government agencies, and will help you navigate these uncertain times.

The SEG 100% Guarantee

  • We guarantee you will receive your suite tickets in time for your event. In the extremely rare case that you do not, we will offer you an alternative option if available or we will refund you at least 100% of your total purchase price.
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Cincinnati Bengals Suite Prices and Details

How much do Cincinnati Bengals suites cost?

Cincinnati Bengals suites cost between $12,000-$20,000 per game depending on opponent, day of game, and suite level and location. Primetime games taking place on a Monday, Thursday, or Sunday night are priced at a premium. As are games versus popular opponents such as the Pittsburgh Steelers.

How many guests can fit in a Bengals suite?

Paul Brown Stadium suites for Cincinnati Bengals games will have a capacity of 20-40 guests. Most suites come with a base quantity of tickets (usually 20) and offer the option to purchase additional overflow tickets, if needed.

Suite Levels at Paul Brown Stadium

Bengals Suites

20-40 Tickets
3-6 Parking
Catering Available

Club Suite

20-40 Tickets
3-6 Parking
Catering Available

Plaza Suite

20-40 Tickets
3-6 Parking
Catering Available

Paul Brown Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

The suite menu at Paul Brown Stadium will feature the finest food and beverages that the stadium has to offer. Suite guests will have the option to pre-order food and beverages directly to their suite prior to the start of the game and/or they will also be able to order day of the game through... MORE

Parking and Transportation

Most suite purchases will include a couple of VIP Parking passes. Guests can also reserve parking in advance or on the day of the game for a garage parking spot or guests can park in one of the many additional parking lots located near the stadium.

Safety and Well-being

In light of the coronavirus pandemic Paul Brown Stadium has issued a number of guidelines to ensure a safe and clean environment for their fans. There will be new seating configurations within the stadium and fans will no loner be able to tail gate in the parking lot prior to Cincinnati Bengals... MORE

Budget

Cincinnati Bengals suites will range in cost between $12,000 and $20,000. Price will vary depending on the opponent, the day of the game, and the current teams performance. Monday and Thursday night games will typically be more expensive as well as games against popular opponents.

Club Access

All suites will have access to the Club Lounge Premium Space. The Club Lounge area will feature the finest food and beverage offerings in the stadium and will also feature multiple HDTVs throughout the lounge area with NFL Sunday Ticket for guests to stay up to date on all other NFL action.

Dress Code

There is no dress code in the luxury suites at Paul Brown Stadium. Suite Experience Group recommends that guests wear business casual attire, however it is not uncommon to see guests donning the jersey of their favorite Bengals player as well.

Business Amenities

Most suites at Paul Brown Stadium will feature multiple TVs for all of you business needs. The Bengals suite services staff can also assist with any other needs that you and your group may have.

Venue Bag Policy

Most bags are not allowed into NFL Stadiums. Clear bags smaller than 12" x 6" x 12" are permitted into Paul Brown Stadium.

Entrances

Suite ticket holders will be able to enter Paul Brown Stadium through any entrance, however SEG recommends utilizing one of the 2 VIP Entrances located on the west and east side of the stadium. Suite ticket holders will then take an elevator up to the suite level to access their suite.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of two years old will not need a ticket to enter Paul Brown Stadium.

Additional Questions?

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Bengals Spotlight

Current NFL Season

Even though he got hurt midway through last season, it looks like Joe Burrow may be the real deal for Cincinnati at quarterback. That’s good news for fans looking for something to get excited about as fans return to Paul Brown Stadium. Joe Mixon is also turning into a solid option at wide receiver, and Ja’Marr Chase—one of Burrow’s favorite receiving targets at LSU—was drafted this past offseason to replace the departing A.J. Green. Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd are all expected to turn into solid weapons for Burrow as well as the Bengals look to compete in the competitive AFC North. Take your gameday experience to the ultimate level with a luxury suite at Paul Brown Stadium. Suites are fully catered and served to you by a dedicated gameday suite services staff. Suites also include two large televisions, private restrooms, and are climate-controlled. You also have access to the... MORE

Past Spotlights

A new era begins in Cincinnati. The Bengals selected quarterback, Joe Burrow, first overall in the 2020 NFL Draft to be the face of the franchise. Burrow was hands down the best choice for the Bengals and will bring a new style of leadership to the team. Burrow will start out of the gate and will have plenty of playmakers to throw the ball to. A.J. Green and Tyler Boyd will certainly help Burrow get in stride. The Bengals used their second-round draft pick on receiver, Tee Higgins, to add more talent to the receiving core. With Joe Mixon in the backfield, the Bengals are a well-balanced offensive unit.

In free agency, the Bengals invested heavily on the defense. Upgrades were made across the board with the signings of D.J. Reader, Trae Waynes, Mackensie Alexander and Vonn Bell. The Bengals should improve upon their 2-14 record a year ago but more importantly, Bengals fans are seeing the groundwork being laid out to help this franchise win for years to come.

Paul Brown Stadium will be more electric than ever before with Burrow under center. Experience Bengals football from a private suite. Bengals luxury suites will mostly accommodate groups of 20-40 people. Luxury Boxes will stretch from goal line to goal line on three separate levels. The closest to the field are the Plaza Suites, located directly above the 100 level seating sections. Club Suites will be just above the 200 level seating sections and Bengals Suites, directly above the Plaza. All suites include VIP parking and to have the ability to have them catered in advance to your game. Some of the top amenities in a Bengals suite include balcony seating, HDTVs, kitchenettes, and a climate-controlled environment. All guests in a Bengals luxury box will also have exclusive access to private lounges inside the stadium and enter Paul Brown Stadium through a private entrance.

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.

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