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After Bye Week Bears Head To Green Bay For MNF Showdown

  In a continuation of one of the biggest rivalries in football, the Chicago Bears will head into Lambeau Field on Monday night to play the Green Bay Packers. Tickets for this game are at a surprisingly low, for Bears-Packers standards, $214 average on the secondary market, making it just the fourth highest priced game […]

Despite Two Straight Losses, Bears Tickets Still Lead NFL In Cost

The Chicago Bears play host to the the New York Giants Thursday night in a game where they aim to get back on track after tough back-to-back losses. Marc Trestman has brought a new confidence to the Bears who have been playing very disciplined football. Known as an offensive guru Trestman has been the catalyst […]

Evolution of NFL Offense

Make sure to check out the Best Tickets Blog today for a really introspective piece on the evolution of the NFL offense.  The article breaks down passing vs. rushing from a statistical perspective and provides data from 1932 to the present. As we’ve seen with the introduction of Brandon Marshall last season (and Martellus Bennett […]

Chicago Bears September Ticket Preview

The Chicago Bears’ 2013 regular season is finally, thankfully, just a few short days away from beginning.  There are some similar faces returning, such as Jay Cutler and his dynamic target Brandon Marshall, but there are also some new faces, led by new head coach Marc Trestman.  Excitement is at a fever pitch for fans […]

Bears Tickets Most Expensive on Secondary Market for 2013

The Chicago Bears are undergoing an interesting transition this season as their legendary figurehead, Brian Urlacher, is now gone and head coach Lovie Smith – who roamed the Chicago sidelines for the past decade – has been replaced by Marc Trestman.  The only constant for Bears fans this year is the amount of money it […]

Bears Ticket Outlook

The Chicago Bears lost head coach Lovie Smith (fired) and long-time linebacker Brian Urlacher (retirement), but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the Bears Tickets average at home (a whopping $442 per game). Despite some hits to their outwardly allure, Chicago still boasts one of the better defenses in the entire league, while offensive guru head […]

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