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The Chicago Bears announced single-game tickets for 2002 home games will go on sale starting Saturday, July 20 at 10:00 a.m. The single-game availability and Green Bay package are the fifth and sixth different option for Bears fans to purchase tickets for the 2002 home schedule to be played at Memorial Stadium in Champaign, Ill.

Chicago's Monday Night showdown with the Green Bay Packers is the only game not currently available as a single-game option. Fans interested in the Green Bay package must purchase the same seats to both the Packer game and an additional designated preseason home contest. There is a two-ticket limit per customer for the Green Bay package and a 15-ticket limit for all other home games.

Prices for individual game tickets are $65, $55, $45 and $40 and are subject to availability. Tickets may be purchased through Ticketmaster charge-by-phone, Ticketmaster outlets or has a complete list of Ticketmaster phone numbers and outlet addresses.

Ten-game ticket packages, six and four game plans, as well as group ticket packages, currently remain on sale and can be purchased by cash, check, money order or credit card. For more information about available ticket packages, contact the Chicago Bears Sales Office in Champaign at 888-79-BEARS (888-792-3277) or via email at

The Bears will begin this historic season against preseason opponents Denver and Jacksonville, and then play one of the best regular season home schedules in the NFL. The Bears will host a pair of 2001 division champions, taking on NFC East champion Philadelphia on Nov. 3 in a playoff rematch and AFC East and Super Bowl champion New England on Nov. 10. The schedule includes contests against traditional rivals Detroit, Green Bay and Minnesota in the newly-formed NFC North along with former NFC Central foe Tampa Bay in the regular-season finale on Dec. 29. The Bears will also host the 2001 AFC East Wildcard New York Jets and, on Sept. 21-22, fans of both the University of Illinois and Chicago Bears will be treated to a football "doubleheader" when the Illini host San Jose State on Sept. 21 and the Bears entertain the New Orleans Saints on Sept. 22.

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