The Chicago Bears are mired in a seven-year postseason drought which has featured double-digit loss seasons in each of the last four years. But at least the team has made the decision to keep prices flat for 2018.
In a letter sent to season-ticket holders on Thursday, Bears President Ted Phillips announced the team will not raise ticket prices. This marks the third time in four years in which season-ticket prices will not increase, which is good news for fans who have been paying premium dollar amounts for a sub-par product in recent years.
Phillips also assures Bears fans that brighter days are ahead for the franchise:
Ted Phillips wrote in his letter to Bears season-ticket holders: "The foundation is in place and we believe the future is bright. We will make you proud to be a Chicago Bears Season Ticket Holder."
— Chris Emma (@CEmma670) January 25, 2018
While Phillips’ claim of a better future remains to be seen, the Bears are off to a good start with Head Coach Matt Nagy signing on to lead first-round quarterback Mitch Trubisky and the return of Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio leading a group that finished in the top-10 in scoring and total defense.