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The average ticket price for the Chicago Bears regular season NFL games has fluctuated slightly over the past five years. The lowest average ticket price was $49 in 2011, where it then increased by 77%, bringing the average ticket price in 2012 to $217. The highest average Bears ticket price was in 2013 with the price coming in at $225. In 2016, the average ticket price for the Chicago Bears was $111, which was the lowest it’s been since 2011, and 40% less than the 2015 season. The current average Bears ticket price for the 2017 season is at $144, which is a 30% increase compared to the previous season.

Chicago Bears Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 7/11/2017)

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2018 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The 2017 Chicago Bears schedule is set and the Bears had an interesting signing over the off-season with quarterback Mike Glennon to a three-year, $45 million contract. Matt Barkley registered 14 interceptions in 216 passes last year and is now a 49er. Jay Cutler is working for Fox Sports, so that leaves Glennon in the driving seat. Chicago picked up Mitch Trubisky in the draft who has already been pegged as the future of the franchise, so Glennon’s margin for error will be in a word – infinitesimal. On the receiving end Alshon Jeffrey and Eddie Royal (two of their top three last year) have bolted, which leaves Cameron Meredith as the only player with over 25 receptions from last year. Kevin White, a first-round pick from 2015, will bear a heavy burden and combined with tight end Zach Miller will be expected to lead the strike downfield.

Surprisingly enough Chicago ranked 6th in yards per carry and 7th in yards per completion in 2016. Running back Jordan Howard (5.2 yards per carry) had a nice rookie season last year and could be a breakout player come this fall. The addition of Tarik Cohen, a speedy rookie from North Carolina A&T will be a nice complement but the drop off is drastic after Howard and Cohen. On the defensive side the Bears were miserable last year, and so far, this doesn’t look to be improving. Chicago does return safety Adrian Amos, cornerback Kyle Fuller and cornerback Deiondre’ Hall. Add this to the signing of cornerback Prince Amukamara and not all is doom is gloom. But this isn’t the same Prince from two years ago so look for Chicago to be offensively led coming into 2017. Improvement overall is expected, but a playoff run is still a couple years out. TicketCity is the place to go for Chicago Bears tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Bears at Soldier Field, or supporting Chicago on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Chicago Bears tickets, including home and away games.

Chicago Bears Football at Soldier Field

Address: 1410 Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 60605

The Bears play their home games at Soldier Field,located in Chicago, Illinois. Chicago has been playing its home games at Soldier Field since 1971, but in 2003 renovated the historic stadium to improve the venue for its fans. Soldier Field holds 61.5 thousand screaming fans when filled to capacity. With one of the closest front row seats in all of the NFL, Soldier Field provides fans with the lure of an historic stadium as well as the amenities expected of a state-of-the-art NFL facility. Chicago Bears home bench is on the Soldier Field sideline with sections 130-144, so look for Chicago Bears tickets near these sections. Soldier Field parking information is covered in our Bears event guide.

Soldier Field Seating Chart

Chicago Bears Rivals

These two historic franchises have established an historic rivalry. The rivalry may be heated, but there is also mutual respect that has come from matching up against each other over 185 times. With 20+ NFL Championships, these two franchises stand near the top of NFL primacy. The Bears vs. Packers game is one of the biggest events of the Bears season. Make sure you don't miss out on this game by getting a great deal on Bears tickets from TicketCity!

With over 100 meetings between these two teams, this rivalry has been almost evenly matched throughout the years. As division foes, this matchup often has a lot on the line and the rivalry will only continue to get better as the years go on.

This rivalry began in 1930 and has over 165 meetings between the two teams. This matchup has always been about cheap shots and trash talk and that will only continue as these two teams face each other two times a year.

Bears in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and NFL Playoffs

The Bears have established themselves as one of the premier NFL franchises since they began in 1920. With a Super Bowl title, multiple conference championships, and over 20 playoff appearances, the Bears will only add to their legacy. The Bears also hold the record of most players being elected to the Hall of Fame.

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Where is the best place to park at Soldier Field?

There are three major parking options at Soldier Field. To the south of the stadium, on the south side of Waldron Drive, is the Waldron Garage, which extends all the way to 18th Street. To the south of 18th Street is the South Lot, which is the largest open air parking option in the area. To the north of the stadium is the North Garage, which sits in-between Soldier Field and E McFetridge Drive. Outside of these three parking locations are a few smaller parking options. On the north side of E McFetridge Drive at the corner of Museum Campus Drive is a smaller parking lot. Another small lot is located on the east side of Burnham Harbor just south of Solidarity Drive. There are also a few L Stations in the area, which will allow you to forgo the hassle of driving and parking.

Can I buy Chicago Bears football season tickets?

Chicago Bears season tickets are available to buy until kickoff of their home opener. Check our listings above or call us if you would like to purchase Chicago Bears season tickets. Let us know if you want a particular section at Soldier Field.

What’s the best way to get to Solider Field?

Taking a CTA train to the Roosevelt Station is the best way to get there using public transportation. The station is about ½ a mile to the stadium.

Where can I find the 2018-2019 Chicago Bears football schedule?

The Bears 2018-2019 football schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the NFL. The Bears plays in the NFC North, which means games against the Minnesota Vikings, Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. Game times are announced by the NFL as soon as the TV schedule is set. Chicago Bears home opener is typically one of the most popular games. If you are looking for Bears news or scores, then visit our partners at CBS Sports. They are also a good source for the official Chicago Bears team roster.

Where are good places to eat before a Bears game?

Chicago has some of the best pizza of anywhere in the country. Of the numerous great places near Soldier Field, we like Flo & Santos, Homemade Pizza Company, and Toni’s Pizza & Organic Pasta. For great burgers try Urban Counter, The Gage, or Johnny’s Grill. If you are looking for a restaurant with vegetarian options visit Chicago Raw or Karyn’s On Green. For a more upscale dining experience try Henri, Grace Restaurant, or Tru. Rocky’s, Clover, and Old Fifth are three sports bars worth trying. If you enjoy Mexican food check out Spanglish Mexican Kitchen, Xoco, or Frontera Grill. Other good places in the area are Osteria Via Stato, Girl & The Goat, and Quartino.

What time do the gates open prior to a Bears game?

Gates open two hours prior to kickoff at Soldier Field. You can always purchase Bears tickets from TicketCity prior to the game.

How can I buy cheap Chicago Bears tickets?

TicketCity offers a big selection of Chicago Bears tickets which include some of the lowest priced seats on the market. Bears tickets fluctuate based on demand and opponent. Marquee NFC opponents, like the New York Giants, Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers, can drive up home game prices. While cheap Bears tickets are more plentiful for, non-conference or non-divisional opponents. Those games may offer best opportunity to purchase Chicago Bears tickets near face value.

Does my child need a ticket to attend the game?

Children under 32 inches tall do not need a ticket for Bears home games. Ticketed adults will need to obtain a lap pass for their children at the Gate 10 ticket office and the child will need to sit on the adult’s lap during the game.

Chicago Bears Preview History

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2016 Chicago Bears Season Preview

After going 6-10 and finishing last in the NFC North last year, the team is expected to do much better during the 2016 season. The Chicago Bears have amped up their roster by completely revamping their offensive line. The Bears have also added a defensive asset, with their 2016 NFL draft first round pick being Leonard Floyd, a linebacker from Georgia. This year will be the Bears 97th year in the NFL and will be the second season under head coach John Fox.

2015 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Chicago Bears find themselves at a crossroads in 2015. The 2014 season was supposed to be the year Jay Cutler, Matt Forte, and the Bears offense finally put it all together. But the team floundered offensively, losing their final 5 games, to finish 5-11. In the offseason the Bears said goodbye to longtime star receiver Brandon Marshall, but brought in ultra-talented first round pick Kevin White to try and pick up the slack. Jay Cutler is expected to start the 2015 season as the Bears starting quarterback, but there is big questions around whether Cutler will finish the season under center. If the Chicago Bears offensive line can protect Cutler better than last season, the Bears offense has a chance to live up to its potential and return as one of the most dangerous units in the game. If they can’t? It is likely that the Chicago Bears will be looking up from the NFC North basement once again.

2014 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Chicago Bears went 8-8 last season, mostly due to a lack of defense. While the Windy City is usually known for its stout defense, 2013 certainly did not live up to that. However, the offense was tremendous. Even with Jay Cutler down for the count, Josh McCown was able to step up a lead the team down the field. Alshon Jeffrey proved himself to be one of the best receivers in the NFL, along with what we already knew about Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte. The Browns have also added Domenik Hixon and Josh Morgan to Cutler’s arsenal of weapons, and picked up Jared Allen and Lamarr Houston to help terrorize opposing quarterbacks. The Bears will begin their season by welcoming in the Buffalo Bills to Soldier Field before heading away for games in San Francisco and New York (Jets). The big game in Chicago against the Packers in is Week 4, while the Bears will travel to Lambeau in Week 10.

2013 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Bears just barely missed the playoffs in 2012 despite posting a 10-6 record. As a result, longtime coach Lovie Smith was let go and Marc Trestman was hired to replace him. Trestman, an astute offensive mind, should oversee a potent unit this season. Jay Cutler is returning under center and will be surrounded by talent in the form of running back Matt Forte, receiver Brandon Marshall and newly acquired tight end Martellus Bennett. To provide Cutler with more protection from opposing defenses, the Bears selected Oregon lineman Kyle Long in the first round of the NFL Draft. With Cutler in a contract year and a new coach calling the shots, the Bears could see themselves back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010.

2011 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Chicago Bears surprised some people by clinching the number two seed in the NFC last season, en route to earning a place in the conference championship game. Though they fell just short of the Super Bowl, expectations are high for the Bears this season, as they return a talented quarterback in Jay Cutler and a passionate coach in Lovie Smith.

Despite criticism for his decision making, Cutler has emerged as one of the elite quarterbacks in the NFL. The biggest question about his production is whether he will have the talent surrounding him, and this year may finally have it. Matt Forte and Marion Barber will anchor the backfield, while the receiving corps will be helped considerably by the addition of former Cowboys Sam Hurd and Roy Williams. If the offensive line can reduce its league-leading 52 sacks allowed, there's no reason why Cutler can't surpass last year’s accomplishments.

Defense has long been the Bears' strength, and fans should expect that to be the case again this year. Julius Peppers and Vernon Gholston will lead the way on the defensive line, with the secondary paced by veteran Charles Tillman, who has become one of the best cornerbacks in the league.

2010 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Chicago offense will need to improve their running game, which ranked averaged only 93.3 yards a game last year and landed them 27th in the league. However, they certainly have the talent to do so, as Matt Forte is capable of carrying the load and former Minnesota Viking's running back Chester Taylor has been added to help out, and the pair has the potential to be one of the best one-two combos in the NFL. The Bears also brought in former St. Louis Rams head coach Mike Martz as offensive coordinator in an attempt to add a dynamic layer to a stagnant offense.

The Chicago defense added a few key parts this offseason as well, most notably signing free agent Juilus Peppers to play defensive end. One of the biggest question marks on defense will be the health of Pro Bowl linebacker Brian Urlacher, who only played in one game last season before being injured. Urlacher claims to be fully healed from wrist surgery and ready to contribute.

2009 Chicago Bears Season Preview

Chicago Bears fans have to be excited about the 2009 NFL season. The Bears answered some important questions about their team in 2008, so now it is time for Chicago to build on those successes. A bright spot for Da Bears is always their defense, but they have also now found a reliable running game. 2008 rookie running back Matt Forte burst on to the scene and never let up. Forte proved he could be the every down back the Bears need to get back to the Super Bowl. With the offense in better shape, it is up to Lovie Smith to press every button on his stellar defense to try to max out their potential. The Chicago defense is led by Brian Urlacher, Nathan Vasher and Tommie Harris. If those three have big years, Chicago fans might be escaping the February cold in 2010 for a trip to the Super Bowl in Miami.

2008 Chicago Bears Season Preview

The Chicago Bears have proven themselves to be one of the hardest teams in the NFL to predict. With a trip to the Super Bowl in 2006, a young head coach, serious problems at quarterback and not being able to make the 2007 playoffs, the Bears look like they can go either way this coming season. This makes for excitement in the NFL. The Bears have proven they can beat practically any team and that their defense is something to be feared. Look for the team to try to fix its QB issues either through the draft or free agency and potentially have a big run at the 2008 playoffs. Venerable Soldier Field will rock this coming year as the Chicago Bears try to play themselves back into championship form.

Last offseason, the Chicago Bears made waves by trading for talented quarterback Jay Cutler. Unfortunately, Cutler had a sub-par 2009 and the Bears stumbled to a disappointing 7-9 finish. This year, fans will be looking for increased production from their quarterback if they are to compete in the difficult NFC North.

Chicago Bears News

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Chicago Bears- 12/22/2016

Kyle Fuller will not play this year and will stay on the injured reserve list. The former first-round draft pick suffered a knee injury.

Chicago Bears- 12/9/2016

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is currently out with a shoulder injury, however Chicago head coach John Fox has denied that it is season-ending and that is is day to day, leaving it up in the air on whether Cutler will play in Sunday’s game against the Titans.

Chicago Bears- 11/25/2016

The Bears won their third game of the season against the Cleveland Browns this week. It appears that things may be looking up for Chicago as QB Matt Barkley is showing some promise.

Chicago Bears- 11/18/2016

The Chicago Bears continue to struggle and remain in last place in the AFC North. Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is still struggling and Brian Hoyer has secured to starting spot.

Chicago Bears- 11/4/2016

The Bears received their second win of the season against the Minnesota Vikings last week. Jay Cutler returned after missing the past five games and threw for 252 yards and one touchdown.

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