Bears raising ticket prices for 2019

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The Bears won the NFC North and made the playoffs for the first time since the 2010 season.

Seeing them try to repeat those feats in 2019 will take a bigger bite out of wallets. The Bears announced that prices for seats at Soldier Field will go up by an average of 4.1 percent next season. Non-club seats will increase by an average of 5.6 percent while club seats will see a more modest 1.6 percent price increase.

The Bears, who did not raise the prices of their tickets in three of the last four years, also announced that the prices for each game “will be assigned its own pricing tier” and that there will be no printed tickets for home games this year.

The Lions, Packers, Vikings, Cowboys, Giants, Saints, Chargers and Chiefs make up this year’s home slate in Chicago.

12 responses to “Bears raising ticket prices for 2019

  1. Every year, all jobs in the country should be forced to have a minimum 5% raise. That would be about the only way to properly keep people somewhat in line with the same average rise in all goods/services yearly inflation.

  2. Well, DUH! They gotta pay Mack……………….wait till Hicks and the rest of them demand THEIR money…………….

  3. Better do it now. That QB won’t ever be good enough to carry a team and defenses get old quick.

  4. Every year, all jobs in the country should be forced to have a minimum 5% raise. That would be about the only way to properly keep people somewhat in line with the same average rise in all goods/services yearly inflation.

    Do this and your taxes will be raised 10%.

  5. @jackedupboonie

    Inflation isn’t 5%… more like half. But with your plan here inflation would increase significantly, which is not good. Did you by chance attend the AOC School of Economics?

  6. Mike Shereck says:
    February 1, 2019 at 4:08 pm
    The price of mediocrity continues to climb.
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    Apparently, so does the measurement of mediocrity. Bears were 12-4 last year.

  7. They should keep raising the prices to whatever amount it takes for non season ticket holders to straight up buy a ticket at face value instead of hassling with fluctuating and even higher prices on Stub Hub or other ticket brokers.

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