Prices going up for some 2012 Bears tickets

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Prices going up for some 2012 Bears tickets

The collapse of 2011 that saw the Bears fall from a fifth seed in the playoffs at 7-3 to a top-20 draft pick at 8-8 wont keep the cost of seeing the 2012 Bears from going up for some fans.

The Bears announced that non-club ticket categories at Soldier Field will have a price increase, while club seats will remain flat for the 2012 season. It is the third time in the last four years the team has not raised ticket prices in all categories, the team said in a statement Thursday.

The Bears 2012 home schedule includes match-ups against Carolina, Houston, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Seattle and the three NFC North rivals.

Non-club season ticket holders will realize a 25 per-game savings for each regular season ticket as compared to the individual game price. Invoices to season ticket holders were scheduled to be delivered beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 28 and full payment is due by Monday, April 9.

Non-club seat increases range from 2 to 10. The Bears non-club ticket prices now range from 76 to 150 and account for approximately 85 percent of the seating at Soldier Field. Club seats range from 265 to 530.

Season ticket holders have the option to make their payment online with a MasterCard, Visa 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.

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As part of our coverage leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft we will provide profiles of more than 100 prospects, including a scouting report and video interviews with each player.

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6'2" | 250 lbs.

2016 stats:

61 tackles, 18 TFL, 10 sacks, 6 PD, 3 FF

Projection:

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6'5" | 229 lbs.

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