Combine: Bears hike ticket prices

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INDIANAPOLISUnder the cover of the scouting combine, the Bears announced they will be raising ticket prices across the board in Soldier Field for the 2008 season.

The press release follows:

LAKE FOREST, IL The Chicago Bears announced all ticket categories at Soldier Field will increase for the 2008 season. Invoices to season ticket holders are scheduled to be mailed Friday, March 7.

All non-club seats will have a $3 or $4 increase. Club seats will be raised by $10 per ticket. The Bears non-club ticket prices now range from $68 to $108 dollars and account for approximately 86 percent of the seating at Soldier Field.

The Bears 2008 home schedule includes match-ups against Philadelphia, New Orleans, Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tenn

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