WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) — The Kansas City Chiefs will face a familiar foe next Sunday in the team’s fifth straight AFC Championship game. Last season, the Cincinnati Bengals shocked fans around the world with an upset victory over Kansas City in the AFC championship at Arrowhead Stadium. Counting a regular season win in Cincinnati last year and a regular season win in Cincinnati this year, the Bengals beat the Chiefs three straight. In Sunday’s return to Arrowhead, the Chiefs are hoping to break through that orange-and-black roadblock and advance to their third Super Bowl in four seasons.
After beating the heavily favored Buffalo Bills on the road Sunday, the Bengals are returning to Arrowhead. The AFC top-seeded Chiefs say they can’t wait for the rematch.
With six days to go until kickoff, the cheapest tickets we saw online Monday morning from online ticket vendors were about $325 for one at the top of the stadium.
Season ticket holders have the exclusive opportunity to purchase additional tickets for the single match AFC Championship Game which commenced on Monday morning. Information on how to participate will be communicated directly to Subscribers via email.
GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium is limited to six tickets per buyer, with no walk-up ticket sales available. All ticket sales are online here. Parking passes are also on sale and can be purchased online at the same link.
The high-stakes rematch for the Chiefs and Bengals is a game that has fans excited, including one of Kansas City’s strongest fan bases in Wichita. Bars and restaurants are already preparing for full crowds early Sunday night for the AFC Championship Game. Kick-off set for 5.30pm
Chicken N Pickle is among Wichita businesses expecting large attendances for fans who choose to watch the AFC championship game on TV.