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Ohio State at PBS


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Ohio State Football LiFESports Spring Game
Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Season Ticket Holder Presale
Begins Monday, February 25 at 10 a.m.

 

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HIgh School Harry,

 

The 2013 Ohio State Football Spring Game will be held April 13, 2013 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati and kickoff is set for 1 p.m. As a valued Bengals season ticket holder, we'd like to offer you a presale opportunity to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public.

Presale tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Monday, February 25. The presale ends February 28 at midnight; and tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on March 1.

All seating for the 2013 LiFESports Spring game will be reserved, so be sure to order your tickets early in order to get the best seats.

Prices are:
Club Seats - $18* (includes access to the stadium club area)

Reserved Seats - $12* for adults and $5* for children (ages 2-6)
*standard service fees will apply

Please Note: Children under 2 will be admitted free but must sit on a parent's lap.

Please click here to see a seating chart for the 2013 LIFESports Spring Game.

 

TO ACCESS THE TICKET PRESALE

 

 

  • Beginning Monday, February 25 at 10 a.m., visit the 2013 LiFESports Spring game presale page.
  • Select the desired ticket quantity and price, and enter the password CINSG in the box marked "Cincinnati Bengals Pre-Sale."
  • If you wish to purchase discounted children's tickets, select the desired quantity of children's tickets after you have entered the password in the appropriate box.

Tickets purchased through this presale will be fulfilled and delivered by Ticketmaster.

Thank you for your continued support of the Cincinnati Bengals. 

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Anybody want to guess if it's worth trying to turn a buck on this?

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Anybody want to guess if it's worth trying to turn a buck on this?

 

 

don't see why.  It unlikely will sell out and it will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.  

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don't see why.  It unlikely will sell out and it will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network.  

I thought it sold out all the time? No?

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I thought it sold out all the time? No?

 

it drew 81,000 last year, 15,000 of which were probably students.  That's at home though.   Most people from Columbus won't drive to Cincinnati for a Spring Game.  They'll watch it on Big Ten Network.  They'll gain folks in SWO who wouldn't have driven to Columbus, but not enough to offset the people from Columbus they'll lose.

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it drew 81,000 last year, 15,000 of which were probably students.  That's at home though.   Most people from Columbus won't drive to Cincinnati for a Spring Game.  They'll watch it on Big Ten Network.  They'll gain folks in SWO who wouldn't have driven to Columbus, but not enough to offset the people from Columbus they'll lose.

$18 for Ohio State football and the Club Seating and Lounge is cheap.

 

Nice way for an Ohio State fan who cannot make it to Columbus to see the team, take the kids even,

and not cost an arm and a leg.

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The spring game doesn't sell out in Ohio stadium but does usually have a big crowd of at least 70K. That's more than PBS holds but I'll bet PBS is at best 2/3 full. Also the price is higher than here in Columbus. There are several promotions around here with $5 tickets, though I haven't been for a couple years. 

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Aaaaaaand who gives a FUCK?

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it drew 81,000 last year, 15,000 of which were probably students.  That's at home though.   Most people from Columbus won't drive to Cincinnati for a Spring Game.  They'll watch it on Big Ten Network.  They'll gain folks in SWO who wouldn't have driven to Columbus, but not enough to offset the people from Columbus they'll lose.

There is no way this event does not sell out.

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If anyone is willing to buy me some club seats from their season ticket holder account, it would be much appreciated. I'll give you a few extra bucks per ticket too.

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