Ticket Prices Rise Again


Despite missing the playoffs for a second straight season, the Chicago Bears have raised their ticket prices once again. This time, the prices were raised by an average of 4.2%, after being raised by 9.2% leading into this year. This means that since 2009, the ticket prices have gone up by 30%, and are now among the most expensive for season tickets in the NFL. Even though the Bears have not put out a playoff caliber product for the last couple of seasons, and all but once in the last 5, the prices go up regardless.

How do you feel about this, Bears fans? Although Chicago has been a mainstay in NFL history, and is among the most storied franchises for its championships and the legendary Soldier Field itself, the Bears have not performed up to expectations in recent memory. Should the Bears compensate for this and appease the disgruntled fans by lowering prices or at least keeping them the same? Leave your thoughts below on how you feel, especially if you have been to a game recently and have had to pay these exorbitant prices.

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