Tickets for the game that some are already calling "better than the Super Bowl," sold out Tuesday in under a minute.
The Bears vs. Packers NFC championship game on Sunday is sure to be an exciting testament to the historic rivalry, but if you want to snag a seat, it’s up to the resellers now how much you will pay.
A limited number of tickets went on sale through Ticketmaster at 2 P.M., and a Bears spokesman confirmed that all were sold in less than sixty seconds.
Prices ranged from $134 to $586, but brokers and online sites like the NFL Ticket Exchange are selling tickets now starting as low as $462 and climbing.
Joellen Ferrer, a Stubhub spokeswoman, said that the gross sales for Sunday’s game are the highest for any NFL conference championship game in the company’s 10-year history, with an average price tag of $823 apiece over the past 24 hours.
Prices are climbing, with the highest price paid on StubHub so far being $4100 for a Packers' side 50-yard line.