Jesse and Corey Fischer, brothers from Warsaw, OH have been Bengals Season Ticket Holders since 2006. Going back to 1996, they routinely made the 3 hour trip from their home to attend Bengals games, racking up a total spent on the Bengals, including tickets, merchandise, parking, tailgating supplies of $17,357.98 over the 15 years they have spent supporting the team.
But not anymore.
As Jesse wrote to WDR, "My brother and I have made the not-so-difficult decision to not renew our season tickets. We received a past-due notice, with the now infamous "Marvin begs to not break-up" letter last week. We've decided it's high time the Bengals paid us back for their transgressions.
Best part? The line items for "paper bags for head" and "Pepto Bismol and Excedrin."
Until more fans step up, emulate the Fischer's and stop supporting this team, nothing will change. So save your money and stop supporting mediocrity.
You can see more about the Fischer's invoice in a story done last night by Fox 19.