Biggs: Bears raise majority of ticket prices for 2010

The Chicago Bears have raised ticket prices for the majority of seats in Soldier Field for the 2010 season.

The hike represents the eighth time in nine years that the organization has raised ticket prices in some fashion. The Bears, like the majority of teams in the NFL, froze their ticket prices in 2009 based on the struggling economy. Roughly 25 percent of the seat prices will remain flat, meaning some seats in the 400 level and West grandstand will be unchanged.

Non-club seats will rise between $2 to $17 per ticket bringing the new range for ticket prices between $68 and $125. Club level tickets will rise between $10 and $20 per.

The team sent invoices to season-ticket holders today. Full payment for season tickets is due April 2.

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