CHICAGO - DECEMBER 12: Fans of the Chicago Bears try to stay warm as they watch the Bears take on the New England Patriots at Soldier Field on December 12, 2010 in Chicago, Illinois. The Patriots defeated the Bears 36-7. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
According to online ticket marketplace, Bears tickets are averaging $320 a piece, though you can get them for as low as $125.
If you want to sit inside the United Club, which might be nice considering that the forecast is calling for a high of 25 degrees and snow, be ready to pay out more than $5,000.
Lower-level, fifty-yard line tickets will cost you just under $2,400.
The high price isn't surprising when you consider that the Bears have had a three-season playoff drought, and Chicago is just a little crazy about football.
If you already have tickets to the game, or are going to take advantage of the tickets on StubHub, the Bears would like to remind you of a few things: Construction on the Eisenhower and Wacker Drive could slow you down, and a show at McCormick place will limit parking at the 31st Street Lot.
If you want to avoid the time and expense of driving, never forget the wonders of the CTA.
The Bears will be giving a rally towel out to the first 50,000 fans, so, the expense, traffic and parking hassles will totally be worth it. The towel, and a Bears win.