To add insult to injury after a less-than-stellar season, Bears tickets will cost more for the 2020 season.
The Bears announced Friday morning that tickets prices are going up. This might come as shock to some fans, as the team hasn’t raised ticket prices for three out of the last five seasons. Prices will increase by as much as 5.3% in some cases, but the average hike will be 3.9%. If you’re not a club member, you’ll see an average increase of 4.3% compared to 3.3% for club members.
The Bears also said that tickets to individual games will continue to vary depending on the prospected quality of the game. The full schedule will be released sometime in April along with the specific ticket prices. In 2020, The Bears will play several home games against the Packers, Lions, Texans, Giants, Vikings, Saints, and Buccaneers.
This price hike comes after a disappointing season for fans. The Bears had an 8-8 record and finished in third place in their division. Ouch!
While you won’t be able to see them at the Super Bowl this year, Bears fans can drown their sorrows in endless wings, tacos, beer, and mixed drinks at Wynwood Chicago.
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