Chicago Bears single game tickets go on sale Thursday

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The Chicago Bears will begin selling individual game tickets for the 2014 season at 11 a.m. Thursday through Ticketmaster, the team announced Monday.

All Ticketmaster sales will be made at www.ticketmaster.com or by phone at (800) 745-3000 or (800) 943-4327.

Regular-season ticket prices range from $106 to $430. Preseason tickets range from $81-$405.

The Bears’ regular-season opener will be Sept. 7 at Soldier Field against the Buffalo Bills.

Other opponents that will be visiting Soldier Field are the Green Bay Packers (Sept. 28), the Miami Dolphins (Oct. 19), the Minnesota Vikings, Nov. 16), the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Nov. 23), the Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 4), the New Orleans Saints (Dec. 15) and the Detroit Lions (Dec. 21).

-Chicago Tribune reporting

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3 comments

  • $81 to 405$ to see the Bears, Please

    Not on your life, surely not mine would I go to. chicago and pay those prices to take a chance at getting shot, raped, mugged or taxed to death.
    The Halas’ must be smoking crack if the think
    the City Of Chicago is safe enough for people that live outside or in the city of Chicago to visit and risk their lives. For a mid range in their price bracket. I can have a steak dinner, drinks at a SAFE sports bar or stay at home and watch them for FREE and still have a better view. Attn Bears orginization put pressure on City Hall to step up security or your revenues are going to start falling.

    • Bekka, what you smoking?

      Bekka
      I didn’t say INSIDE soldier field. I am talking about one you are on the sidewalk, Michigan Ave, South Loop, Buck Town, Old Town, Chatham, Lincoln Park, Wrigleyville and so on.
      And quite frankly if you do not think there is not rampant violence in any part of the city, you either don’t live there or you are oblivious of your surroundings. If you think I am wrong, all you have to do is read WGN’s other news reports. Over 85 shootings, 15 murders, 3 or more police shootings. And that is just over this past weekend. PLEASE
      This is Detroit 10 years ago and catching up to the Motor city really quick.


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