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A Bears move to Arlington Heights may leave thousands of fans with worthless Soldier Field seat licenses

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Fans in Section 330 watch the San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on Oct. 31, 2021. The Bears sold 26,000 permanent seat licenses, or PSLs, priced between $765 and $10,000 each, to help fund the 2003 renovation of Soldier Field. While many of those seats have changed hands in the secondary market, thousands of PSL owners now face the prospect of their investments expiring worthless if the team packs up for a new stadium in Arlington Heights. (Jose M. Osorio / Chicago Tribune)

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