The Cincinnati Bengals have set 2016 season ticket pricing, which introduces a two-tier model – one tier for preseason games and another for regular-season games.
Following a 12-4 Bengals season, season ticket members will see a modest increase in their average ticket price.
With the Bengals hosting the Washington Redskins in London next season, season ticket holders can expect to receive a renewal notice with pricing to reflect a 9-game package instead of the traditional 10 games. That means fans across the board will pay less in 2016 than they did in 2015.
The 2016 regular-season home schedule features AFC North Division rivals Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Baltimore, along with the AFC West Champion Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins.
Dates, kickoff times and preseason game information are yet to be determined.
Reserve seats for 2016 preseason games will range from $23-$62, a significant drop from the $35-$95 range for 2015.