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Courtesy of ChicagoBears.com:
Single-game tickets to all Bears home games will go on sale at 11 a.m. (CT) Monday via Ticketmaster.
All Ticketmaster sales are through phone and Internet only. Fans may charge by phone at (800) 745-3000 or (800) 943-4327 for the hearing impaired or online at ticketmaster.com. Ticketmaster is the only verified source for Bears tickets.
Single-game tickets range in price from $77-$614. There is no limit on how many preseason tickets may be purchased. However, for regular season games, ticket limits will vary by game. Single-game tickets are priced variably based on opponent and date.
Click here for a full list of single-game ticket prices.
Wheelchair seating is available for each home game through Ticketmaster. Should the wheelchair seating allocation through Ticketmaster become exhausted, fans with disabilities are encouraged to proceed with the purchase of conventional seating—if available—and then call the Bears ticket services team to arrange an exchange.
This year the Bears will host the Falcons (Sept. 10), Steelers (Sept. 24), Vikings (Oct. 9), Panthers (Oct. 22), Packers (Nov. 12), Lions (Nov. 19), 49ers (Dec. 3) and Browns (Dec. 24). Their two preseason home games are against the Broncos (Aug. 10) and Browns (Aug. 31).
This is earliest single-game tickets have ever gone on sale. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets early to access the best seats at the single-game on sale price (prices are subject to change).
For more information, call the Bears ticket services team at (847) 615-BEAR (2327). You can visit ChicagoBears.com/tickets to start the purchasing process.