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Bears season ticket prices rise 4.1 percent

A Chicago Bears fan arrives Soldier Field before an NFL football game between Bears New York Jets Chicago Sunday Dec.

A Chicago Bears fan arrives at Soldier Field before an NFL football game between the Bears and New York Jets in Chicago, Sunday, Dec. 26, 2010. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

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Updated: February 5, 2014 10:07PM

After an 8-8 season, the cost to see the Bears is rising.

The team is increasing season ticket prices by 4.1 percent, the Bears announced Wednesday. Half the seating bowl will see a $2 hike, with others jumping by as much as $12.

Eighty-five percent of Soldier Field seats — the non-club levels — will range from $81 to $175 per game. Fans can sit at the United Club for $275 to $550.

Season tickets are $25 per game cheaper than those bought on a game-by-game basis.

Bears 2014 season ticket holders must renew their accounts by April 7.

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