Posted: 3:50 p.m.
The Bengals, who can set the franchise sellout streak record in the last regular-season game at Paul Brown Stadium in 2008, released the year's ticket prices Friday.
The new pricing schedule marks a $4 increase over 2007 with an average ticket going for $71.16, still less than the league's average ticket price in 2007 of $71.36. It's expected that a general admission PBS ticket will again be more than $4 below the league average for 2008.
Including the Wild Card game after the 2005 season, the Bengals have sold out 36 straight games since the Nov. 16, 2003 victory over undefeated Kansas City. From 1988-92, the club set the record with 43 straight at Riverfront Stadium.
Spots on the waiting list can be obtained at the Bengals Ticket Hotline (513)-621-TDTD (8383). Also, a waiting list application can be downloaded here.
2007 season ticket holders receive their first ticket renewal invoice for 2008 next month. The Bengals begin to contact waiting list members once available seat locations are confirmed following the season ticket renewal process.
If single-game tickets or ticket packs become available, information will be announced at that time.
Besides division rivals Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Baltimore, the Bengals host playoff teams from Jacksonville, Washington and Tennessee, as well as the Eagles and Chiefs. Dates and kickoff times are announced in the spring.
The opponents for the two preseason home games have yet to be announced.