Cincinnati Bengals

A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Cincinnati Bengals on behalf of 5,000 Bengals club-seat license holders. The suit claims that when Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000, fans paid $150 apiece for club-seat licenses and signed a form that gave them the right to buy season tickets for up to 10 years. The form stated that if the fans did not buy the tickets, they would lose their license. According to the suit, the team then sent out a second contract, which was not signed by the license-holders, requiring them to keep buying tickets until their agreement expires. The plaintiffs are seeking the right to give up these seats and avoid paying up to $2,150 per seat annually for football tickets they no longer want.

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