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Chicago Bears Increase Ticket Prices for 2013 Season

The Chicago Bears announced this week that ticket prices are increasing for the 2013 season by an average of 4.2 percent.

 

The Chicago Bears have announced ticket prices for the 2013 season. Invoices are scheduled to be sent to season ticket holders beginning Wednesday with full payment due by Friday, April 5, according to www.chicagobears.com.

Price increases range from $3 to $10 for 90 percent of the seating bowl, with some United Club seats remaining flat. Lower-level mid-field seating price increases range from $15 to $30. The overall average increase for 2013 season tickets is 4.2 percent.

Non-club season ticket prices now range from $79 to $165 and account for approximately 85 percent of the seating at Soldier Field. United Club season tickets range from $265 to $540. Season ticket holders will continue to see a $25 per game savings for each regular season ticket as compared to the individual game price.

Season ticket holders have the option to make their payment online with a MasterCard (preferred card of the Chicago Bears), Visa or Discover credit card. Payments made by check will continue to be accepted as well. Season ticket holders can log into their account and utilize the online payment option on ChicagoBears.com.

The Bears' 2013 home schedule consists of games against the Lions, Packers, Vikings, Ravens, Bengals, Saints, Cowboys and Giants.

Information provided by the Chicago Bears Website.

Do you attend Bears games? Is the team worth the ticket price increase?

MIKE February 10, 2013 at 02:09 AM
Of course it's not worth it! Not for a team that hasn't won a Superbowl in more that 25 years.

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