Bears Training Camp Tickets Hit Staggering Prices on Resale Market

Bears fans are paying a huge lump sum of money to watch the team at training camp this summer.
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Chicago Bears fans cannot wait for the start of training camp later this month at Halas Hall after the team had one of the best offseasons in recent memory. The Bears made a ton of moves in the offseason, headlined by the selection of former USC star quarterback Caleb Williams with the first pick in the 2024 NFL Draft. 

The addition of Williams and Rome Odunze in the draft, along with the acquisition of star wide receiver Keenan Allen, and the defense, has fans excited about what could be on the horizon this season in the Windy City.

The first glimpse that fans will get of the new-look Bears will be training camp, which they can attend for free. However, with training camp free to attend – some fans are trying to take advantage of the situation and putting the tickets on the resale market.

According to one Twitter user, some tickets are being resold for $130-plus, with another image showing tickets going for $177.

For an event free to the public, it's crazy to see people trying to resell the tickets to those who didn’t get a chance and try to make a quick profit. One could make the case that Bears fans are better off using that money to go to a preseason game.

Nonetheless, it’s clear that the Windy City is excited for the Bears this year and hopes that good things are on the horizon as the Caleb Williams era gets underway.

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