Children under 2 don't need a ticket.
Guests should conduct themselves in a dignified manner befitting a family-friendly atmosphere in the parking lots and stadium. That means no interfering with the game, visible intoxication, irresponsible behavior, acting unruly or disruptive, taunting or fighting or threatening others, foul or abusive language, standing on seats, smoking in the stadium, displaying inappropriate levels of affection, obscene clothing, or interfering with others' ability to enjoy the game.
Will call is at the North Ticket Windows between Gates B and C, opens 4 hours before kickoff, and closes at the end of the 2nd quarter. On non-game days will call is in the administration building at Gate E and is open Monday - Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Eastern time.
There are ATMs inside the Pro Shop at the North Plaza, and at Sections 140, 114, and 344. There's also an ATM in the North Plaza outside Gate C.
Alcohol is on sale at the stadium to guests 21 and older with a valid ID, but it won't be sold to those who appear intoxicated.
Bags 16"x16"x8" or larger aren't allowed inside.
Small cameras are okay, but flash photography and video cameras aren't.
First Aid stations are located at Sections 136, 116, 129, 334, and 316.
To turn in or retrieve lost items head to the Fan Infomation Booths at Gates A and D or, Monday through Friday, call 513.455.4850.
The following items aren't allowed in the stadium:
Guests who leave the stadium can't re-enter.
There are 14 family restrooms located throughout Paul Brown Stadium.
Banners and signs are okay, but they can't be profane or obscene, interfere with other guests, be connected to poles or sticks, be larger than 3'x8', or be hung over any existing signage or game-related device.
There is no smoking in the stadium.
Tailgating is fine, but guests shouldn't block other parking spaces or interfere with other fans. For more information call 513.946.8100.