Where To Buy 2019 Bears Tickets
Single game tickets for Bears home games are available through the Bears website via parimary partner Ticketmaster. Season ticket are not available, but the Priority List is available for those who are interested in season tickets in the future.
Premium experiences for the Bears include the United Club, which is found on the east side of Soldier Field. The United Club includes specialty food stations, 12 full-service bars, and wide cushioned seats. There is also The Midway, where there are four full-service bars, specialty food stations, and more than 40 TVs to watch all the NFL action.
To manage your Bears tickets, the team has a mobile app available for iPhone and Android. The app can also be used for mobile entry into the venue. The Bears require ticket holders to use mobile tickets to enter Soldier Field, and it is suggested to add the ticket to your phone’s mobile wallet to avoid slow Wi-Fi or cellular signal at the stadium.
On the secondary market TicketIQ has Low Price Guarantees on Bears tickets for all sold out games and tickets on the 2019 schedule, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all NFL tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or SeatGeek, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save an average of 5%-20% compared to StubHub and SeatGeek.
How Much Are 2019 Bears Tickets
Face value tickets are available for December 22’s Chiefs game for as low as $172 on the 300 level. For the October 27 meeting with the Chargers, $192 tickets are available on the 300 level.
At Soldier Field, there are three levels and the prices for each level are as follows:
- 300 Level Seating ranging from $172 to $442
- 200 Level Seating ranging from $263 to $501
- 100 Level Seating ranging from $387 to $464
The Bears are averaging $510 for their tickets for games at Soldier Field this season, which is the second highest in the NFL. The price is 7% higher than last year’s and 57% more than five years ago. The most expensive game on the secondary market this season is the opener against the Packers in Week 1 with a get-in price of $375 per seat. On the other end of the spectrum is their Week 12 game against the Giants, which has a get-in price of $119 and is the least expensive of the season.
Prices For All Bears Home Games On The 2019 Schedule
- Secondary market average asking price: $1,017
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $375
The most expensive game by far this season is the opening game of the 2019 NFL season, which will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of the league. The oldest NFL rivalry will be showcased, as the Bears will be looking for their second consecutive victory over Green Bay after snapping a five-game losing streak last December.
- Secondary market average asking price: $486
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $175
Late in September, the Vikings head to Chicago. The Bears swept the season series last year, including Week 17’s 24-10 victory in which the Bears rushing attack scored three touchdowns and ran for 169 yards, which was more yards than either of the quarterbacks passed for in the contest.
- Secondary market average asking price: $606
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $190
The Bears have not defeated the Saints in more than a decade. Their last meeting came in 2017 when the New Orleans defense stifled Mitchell Trubisky to the count of 14-for-32 passing for 164 yards, no touchdowns and one interception.
- Secondary market average asking price: $458
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $163
The Bears have been victors in six of the last seven meetings with the Chargers. Jay Cutler was the quarterback when they last faced each other, and he threw for 345 yards with two touchdowns in the Bears’ 22-19 come-from-behind win at Qualcomm Stadium.
- Secondary market average asking price: $411
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $129
The least expensive average ticket price at Soldier Field is for the Bears’ contest against the Lions. In 2018, Matt Nagy got the better of Matt Patricia in their first two meetings as head coaches, as the Bears swept the season series from the Lions for the first time 2012.
- Secondary market average asking price: $415
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $119
The 2018 Giants struggled to the tune of a 5-11 record, but did defeat the Bears, 30-27, in overtime at MetLife Stadium. The Bears last hosted the Giants in 2013, which is the last time Chicago was victorious over the NFC East squad.
- Secondary market average asking price: $561
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $189
Jason Garrett’s heah coaching career against the Bears started poorly with two losses in back-to-back years, but his Cowboys have since gone 2-0 against Chicago. In the last meeting, Dak Prescott and the Cowboys defeated Brian Hoyer and the Bears, 31-17, at AT&T Stadium in 2016.
- Secondary market average asking price: $461
- Secondary market cheapest ticket: $134
Andy Reid’s only contest against the Bears as the head coach of the Chiefs was in 2015 when the visiting Bears defeated Kansas City, 18-17. Chicago outscored the Chiefs, 15-0, in the second half of the contest. The Bears will hope to have the same success in their final home game of the season.
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