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Bears announce increased ticket prices

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After three years without a hike, the Bears announced Friday that ticket prices are increasing across the board for the 2011 season.

In addition, invoices to season ticket holders are scheduled to be delivered and paid in full by April 7.

Season ticket holders will be refunded for any games cancelled due to a potential lockout.

Non-club seat increases range from $5 to $15. Club seats will be raised from $10 to $30 per ticket. Non-club ticket prices now range from $74 to $140 and account for approximately 85 percent of the seating at Soldier Field. Club seats range from $265 to $530.

The Bears 2011 home schedule includes games against the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers and the three NFC North rivals.

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All this is very good and I'm glad to see it. Lovie is a very profound sideline intellectual. You shouldn't be able to pay just $5 to enter the same building and get to view such rare talent like that. Also Garrett Wolfe and Frank Omiyale. I should think that ticket prices should be a minimum of $200,000 each to see such rare, once-in-a-lifetime Pro Bowl talents like these. It should be like taking out a mortgage on a house.

200 k that'll be the day...

How can the BEARS say this is the first ticket increase in three years! Mine were raised last year!

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