Tickets to Cleveland Browns home opener versus Cincinnati Bengals selling at sky high prices
For those who wanted to go to Thursday’s Browns home opener, you likely found out that they are the hottest ticket in town. With limited inventory, ticket brokers are getting premium prices. But many ...
Looking for tickets to the Browns home opener? Expect to pay a premium
I’m quoting $250 to $1,000 [per seat] for that game,” ticket broker Scott Merk says, noting the price for a typical Thursday night home opener would run between $85-$500.
No matter what, some Browns fans are planning to come to Thursday’s home opener – Terry Pluto
The Cleveland Browns were allowed to make 6,000 tickets available fo Thursday night's home opener against Cincinnati. All are sold. Why did fans buy them in the middle of a pandemic?
Win big, give back to Ohio Youth by playing digital Browns 50/50 raffle all throughout the season
Browns fans across Ohio** will have a special opportunity to purchase 50/50 raffle tickets digitally all throughout the 2020 Cleveland Browns season. Eight jackpots will be awarded throughout the ...
Bengals, Browns not finding passionate backers
Sportsbooks reported mostly balanced action for Thursday’s game between 0-1 AFC North rivals with former No. 1 draft pick quarterbacks.
Browns permitted to host fans at FirstEnergy Stadium with approximately 10 percent capacity for 1st 2 home games
The variance, which was also granted for the Cincinnati Bengals, will allow no more than 1,500 fans in each quarter of the seating bowl at FirstEnergy Stadium and will require fans to arrive through a ...
Pairs of seats, rather than large quantities, are coveted commodity for Browns-Bengals game
Pairs of seats have been a coveted commodity and are commanding per-ticket prices that are 60% to 70% higher than other quantities. Klang attributes that to a "very limited" number of pairs that are ...
Battle of Ohio: 5 things to know about Thursday’s Bengals-Browns game
Joe Burrow once considered himself a bit of a Cleveland Browns fan. Now, he’s ready for his first experience playing in the Battle of Ohio as the quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Browns and Bengals allowed spectators at two home games
Ohio’s two NFL teams will be allowed to seat up to 6,000 fans during two home games, according to a variance order signed by Governor Mike Dewine. Under the variance, ...