Here's how to get a ticket to the sold out Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans in Nashville this weekend

Cincinnati Bengals kicker Evan McPherson (2) celebrates with teammates after hitting a field goal in the AFC wild-card game Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022. The Cincinnati Bengals defeated the Las Vegas Raiders 26-19.
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The Bengals ended their 31-year playoff drought on Saturday, winning against the Las Vegas Raiders and moving on to the AFC divisional-round game against the Tennessee Titans.

After the home win in Cincinnati, the Bengals will play the Titans on Saturday at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, and tickets have already sold out, according to the team's website.

Titans’ director of ticket sales Jim Rice confirmed late Sunday tickets are sold out for home playoff games, warning fans to be wary of scammers.

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“We are sold out and the transfer function is turned off until 24 hours prior to kickoff,” Rice tweeted. “Odds are there will be scammers using social media. Stick to trusted sites. See you at Nissan Stadium on Saturday!”

Resale tickets through Ticketmaster for the game range from $275 to more than $1,500 per ticket.

The get-in price on other resale ticket sites will also cost you, with StubHub currently offering $277 as the lowest, SeatGeek offering $227 and VividSeats offering $231.

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This article originally appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Bengals vs. Titans game sold out this weekend, here's how much resale tickets will cost

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