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By PFW staff

The Bears announced ticket prices for home games at Soldier Field in 2012, and the majority of seats will be more expensive for fans to purchase.

Club-seat prices will remain flat for the third consecutive season, but the cost of non-club tickets will increase. Increases range from $2 to $10. Non-club tickets account for about 85 percent of the seating at Soldier Field and the prices of those tickets range from $76 to $150. Club seats range from $265 to $530.

Season-ticket holders can expect to start receiving invoices beginning Tuesday. Full payment is due by Monday, April 9.

The Bears are scheduled to host the Lions, Packers, Vikings, Panthers, Texans, Colts, Rams and Seahawks next season.

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