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Bengals 2007 season officially sold out

The Bengals ticket office has confirmed that the team's 2007 home schedule has been sold out through season ticket purchases. The NFL has reported that the Bengals are among 17 of the 32 league teams which have sold out the entire '07 home schedule through season tickets.

This is the fourth consecutive year that the Bengals have sold out all regular season games, and it is the second consecutive year that all preseason games also were sellouts.

The Bengals will open the 2007 regular season with a streak of 28 consecutive sellouts (regular and postseason), and the streak will officially go to 36 at this regular season's end.

The last regular season Bengals home game not to sell out was Nov. 9, 2003 vs. Houston. The streak began the next week, with attendance of 64,923 on Nov. 16 vs. Kansas City.

The club record for consecutive sellouts is 43, set at Riverfront Stadium from 1988-92. If the Bengals sell out every regular-season game in 2008, a new record streak of 44 straight sellouts will be set at the '08 season finale.

A Season Ticket Waiting List was established last October for fans interested in becoming Bengals season ticket holders.

To join this waiting list, fans should complete and submit an application to the Bengals ticket office. Applications are available online or by calling the ticket office - locally at 621-TDTD (8383), or toll free at 866-621-TDTD (8383).

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