Chicago Bears: Team Ranks Fifth In Vivid Seats Ticket Median


For as bad as the last two seasons were for the Chicago Bears, the fans are still planning to pack Soldier Field in 2015. In a press release sent by secondary ticket marketplace, Vivid Seats have listed the Bears as the fifth-hottest ticket among all 32 NFL teams for the 2015-16 season.

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The team’s average ticket price through Vivid Seats is $305 with their highest median price coming in at $527 for the rivalry matchup against the Green Bay Packers on September 13th which also happens to be the season opener. What comes as even more interesting is that the four teams ahead of the Bears were playing in their respective Conference Championship games last season.

While the prices are surely to change (and they will be updated by Vivid Seats), there are not many cheap tickets available for the team’s home games. As of July 20, the team’s cheapest get-in price is $97 against the Washington Redskins on December 13.  A complete list of the get-in price and media price can be found on the team-by-team tracker through Vivid Seats.

As for the team’s away games here are the listings for both get-in and median ticket prices:

  • @Seattle (9/27) Get-In: $250 Median: $504
  • @Kansas City (10/11) Get-In: $52 Median: $155
  • @Detroit (10/18) Get-In: $59 Median: $157
  • @San Diego (11/9 MNF) Get-In: $65 Median: $204
  • @St. Louis (11/15) Get-In: $55 Median: $171
  • @Green Bay (11/26 Brett Favre Retirement Ceremony) Get-In: $279 Median $549
  • @Minnesota (12/20) Get-In: $38 Median: $145
  • @Tampa Bay (12/27) Get-In: $48 Median: $145

For all but two games (Seattle and Green Bay) the Bears seem like a reasonable team to go see on the road.

While there has been more struggle than success over the last couple of seasons for the Bears, the fans are showing to still be passionate and ticket prices won’t be cheap no matter what the early expectations are. These prices are subject to change, but as far as the secondary market goes, the Bears are still a hot team to see.

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