The Chicago Bears have announced ticket prices for the 2017 season. They sent a notice to season ticket holders Wednesday.
The Bears say that while season ticket prices have not increased since the 2014 season, all sections of Soldier Field will see price adjustments in 2017. Here are details from a release sent out by the Bears.
Most (seats) will receive a 1-4% price increase, but some will see a price decrease. The overall average increase for 2017 season tickets is 2.6% with non-club seats seeing an average ticket price increase of 2.9% and Club seats seeing an average ticket price increase of 2.0%.
Variable ticket pricing will continue in 2017, however, starting in 2017, in addition to a preseason tier, each regular season game will be assigned to one of three pricing tiers which will be announced with the release of the 2017 NFL schedule in April.
Individual Game Tickets will continue to be sold at a higher price, giving season ticket holders the greatest value for game tickets.
Season ticket holders have the option to make their payment online with a Visa (preferred card of the Chicago Bears), MasterCard or Discover credit card. Payments made by check will continue to be accepted as well. Season ticket holders can log in to their account and utilize the online payment option by visiting ChicagoBears.com.
The Bears 2017 home schedule includes match-ups against Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and San Francisco, and the three NFC North rivals, Green Bay, Minnesota and Detroit.