The Bears are raising ticket prices. Again.


This is ridiculous. Ted Phillips is the mastermind behind this again. Here’s a snippet:

“Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips sent a letter to season ticket holders informing them of the increase, which he said was based on analysis of renewal trends and secondary-market data. He also noted the 2019 season will hold special meaning as the team celebrates its 100th season.”

A team that hasn’t won a Super Bowl in 33 years is doing this to the fans. I feel so bad for the season ticket/PSL folks. As if the thousands of dollars and time they spend every year isn’t enough. Ted and the minions up in Lake Forest pull this shit. Again.

I have a solution: How about a win a Super Bowl (or three) and maybe, they can raise it just a tad?

The Bears make plenty of money as it is. It’s not just from the tickets and food. Every team gets a good chunk from TV deals.

But, what do I know?

4 Responses to “The Bears are raising ticket prices. Again.”

  1. Pie in the Sky Says:

    Off topic, but just thought about you with Bill Belichick running the ball down Los Angeles’s throats that last drive. You say it all the time. Most coaches don’t do it anymore but it works like a charm when they do.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    Thanks man. I appreciate that.

    It was crazy to see the Patriots run the first few plays of the game. The first pass ends up being an interception.

    I promise, I am not trying to sound like some cocky know-it-all. I am not a genius. I just feel it’s common sense to run the ball when needed to. Just look at the games Nagy lost for the Bears this year. Then, look at Payton two weeks ago. Run the ball and the Rams aren’t even in the Super Bowl. In addition, the whole “controversy” never happens with the no-call.

  3. Fro Dog Says:

    By the way, let’s be honest: If Nagy and the Bears were in the situation the Patriots were in after that interception, he would be calling all of those goofy trick plays turning into a punt or a turnover. Who knows what would happen after, but I am certain it wouldn’t be good.

  4. chucky Says:

    A friend of mine had rather interesting take on yesterdays Super Bowl. Imagine that you are a Rams fan and spending $3000 for a lousy fucking field goal and shitty Maroon 5 concert.

    I don’t know about you guys, but I would probably start a riot.


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