Chicago, IL – The Chicago Bears have announced a significant increase in season ticket prices, with potential hikes reaching up to 11%. As detailed by team President Kevin Warren, the average increase will be around 8%, varying between 6.2% and 11.3%. This adjustment is a result of thorough market evaluations and strategic considerations.
The upcoming season at Soldier Field will see the Bears playing eight regular-season and one preseason game. Additionally, Warren shared updates on the team’s progress towards building an enclosed stadium, including the acquisition of a property in Arlington Heights, Ill., and exploring other sites.