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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-14-2006, 09:39 PM Thread Starter
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Bears season tickets question

I know there is a 200 deposit to get on the waiting list, but what does it cost for the whole season for two season tickets. I'm thinking about getting on the list.




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Do you know the wait times for that??
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clearwaterms has season tickets. I'm sure he'll chime in after he gets off the mountain

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Tickets range between $60 & $340/ea, not including any applicable PSL fees. Your commitment would be the price of the ticket x 2 (plus any PSL fees) for all 8 regular season games as well as 2 pre-season contests.

If they are play-off bound, an addition payment will be required for the maximum possible games at a modest increase in ticket price. Play-off $'s are usually required in November. If you decide to pass on play-off tix, you lose your season ticket privleges

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Mucho Dinero....

It's not a clear market as Personal Seat Licenses are being traded around and they never disclosed the selling prices originally as far as I know. Most people converted their original non-PSL season tickets into PSLs. Here's a post that most agree is a fairly accurate market value for the PSLs.

Keep in mind there is still a price on the tickets even if you own the PSL. And they invoice you for playoff games as well so figure a few g's per year plus the initial investment.

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Alot of nonsense gets tossed around on this board - here is my offer:

I will pay up to $35K for two seats in 136 or 138 - I might negotiate a bit here

I will pay $25K each for two seats in 140 and 134

I will pay $22.5K each for two seats in 141 and 133



I will pay up to $30K for two seats in 108 or 110

I will pay $22.5K each for two seats in 107 or 111

I will pay $20K each for two seats in 106 or 112



I will pay $100K for 4 seats between 241 and 233

Finally - I will pay $150K for 6 seats between 242 and 232
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yeah, it's the psl that makes it a killer. however it's not a bad investment as you'll be able to sell that psl if you ever want out, and you'll easily get back your original investment and surely make money too.

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