Cincinnati Bengals fans are presumably going to head out lovely well to the group’s divisional-round season finisher game against the Tennessee Titans.
It is, all things considered, a really sensible excursion and the group just conquered a 31-year season finisher dry spell.
Also the Titans need to ensure Bengals fans can’t crowd the arena on Saturday.
To such an extent, the Titans have changed their ticket move strategy with perfect timing for the game.
Brooke Ellenberger, Vice President of Ticketing for the Titans, clarified why the guidelines are getting changed, per Chris Davis of News Channel 5:
“We need Nissan Stadium to be two tone blue. Thus by restricting this move window, it likewise restricts the quantity of visiting group fans that we’ll have in the arena. By restricting that move time would restrict a portion of the resale and a portion of that move action that would occur ahead of time.”
Under the new principles, tickets can’t be moved to another person until 24 hours before the opening shot.
We won’t jump into the fact that it is so reasonable for deter a rival group’s fanbase from going to a game, however it’s just regular a group takes safeguard of some kind to secure its home.
Chances are regardless, Bengals fans will be out and about in large numbers in Nashville.