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Bears To Raise All Their Ticket Prices Next Year

Ticket prices are going up for the Bears this season, as the prices in some areas are going to go up some $30 per seat.

Fresh off their NFC North Championship, Chicago Bears brass boosted ticket prices for every seat in Soldier Field next season. Club level seat prices will increase up to $30 — and cost $265 to $530 each. All other ticket prices will increase by up to $15, jacking ticket prices up to $74 to $140 a seat. The new charges represent an 8.8 percent price hike, for example, for those in the cheapest seats. The price hike “is about remaining economically competitive in our league and to build a championship team,” Bears spokesman Scott Hagel said. “We are the largest single-team market in the smallest stadium. In order to stay competitive we have to raise ticket prices. … Our goal, as always, is to provide a value to the fan base that exceeds the ticket price.”

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One Response to “Bears To Raise All Their Ticket Prices Next Year”

  1. Neil says:

    Why are we being threatened with default on our licenses when the bears have locked the players out, yet expect us to pay four months ahead of the pre-season without even knowing what quality of players will be there (spare bears?)

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