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Patriots-Bears Ticket Prices Skyrocket on Resale Market

This is only the second time Tom Brady has visited Soldier Field



    Patriots-Bears Ticket Prices Skyrocket on Resale Market
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    Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots celebrates a touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter at Gillette Stadium on Oct. 14, 2018 in Foxborough, Massachusetts.

    If you’re still looking to get tickets to Sunday’s showdown between the New England Patriots and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, you’re going to have to break more than one piggy bank.

    According to a variety of ticket resale sites, the game is currently the most expensive in the NFL, and is even out-pacing some big-time college football games that are set to take place this weekend.

    TickPick says the get-in price at the game is currently $356. That is by far the highest “get-in” price in the entire country this weekend, far outpacing the game between ACC rivals Clemson and North Carolina State, which currently sits at $161 according to the ticket broker.

    On StubHub, the cheapest ticket to get into the game sit at $270.75 before fees, and on TiqIQ, the cheapest tickets are in the upper deck behind the north end zone, and those will set you back $382 apiece.

    The Bears and Patriots are both in first place in their respective divisions, and the game is only the second that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has ever played at Soldier Field.

    For those who won’t be catching the game in person, kick-off is scheduled for noon, and the game will air on CBS.

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