Where To Buy 2021 Chicago Bears Tickets & When Do Tickets Go On Sale
Primary market face-value tickets went on sale via Ticketmaster on Wednesday, May 12th following the NFL schedule release.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has Fee-Free Chicago Bears tickets which also include a Refund Guarantee. Our Refund Guarantee states that if an event is canceled or deemed unfit for fans to attend, TicketIQ will refund ticket buyers in as soon as 15 days. That means that you can buy from TicketIQ worry-free. Customers on TicketIQ save between 15%-25% compared to other secondary market ticketing sites.
How Much Are Chicago Bears Tickets
The average price for Bears tickets is $538 and is an increase of 9% from 2019. For the home opening game against the Bengals, the cheapest ticket is available for $86, with the cheapest lower-level ticket starting at $300. The cheapest game at Soldier Field is the October 3rd game against the Lions, where the cheapest tickets start right around $80. The most expensive game of the season is the October 31st game against the 49ers. For that game, the cheapest ticket starts at just over $200, with the cheapest lower level ticket is $297 for a ticket in section 125.
Chicago Bears 2021 Attendance Policy
The Bears will operate at full capacity for the 2021 season, and as of now masks will be required regardless of vaccination status.
Chicago Bears 2021 Opponents
Home: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers.
Away: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Cleveland Browns, Las Vegas Raiders, Los Angeles Rams, Pittsburgh Steelers, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In total, the Bears will play eight home games and nine road games in what will be the NFL’s first-ever 17-game schedule. Click on the below links to see all available options for each game.
Week 1 at Rams – Sunday, Sept. 12 at 7:20 p.m. CT
Week 2 vs. Bengals – Sunday, Sept. 19 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 3 at Browns – Sunday, Sept. 26 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 4 vs. Lions – Sunday, Oct. 3 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 5 at Raiders – Sunday, Oct. 10 at 4:05 p.m. CT
Week 6 vs. Packers – Sunday, Oct. 17 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 7 at Buccaneers – Sunday, Oct. 24 at 3:25 p.m. CT
Week 8 vs. 49ers – Sunday, Oct. 31 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 9 at Steelers – Monday, Nov. 8 at 7:00 p.m. CT
Week 10 BYE
Week 11 vs. Ravens – Sunday, Nov. 21 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 12 at Lions – Thursday, Nov. 25 at 12:30 p.m. CT
Week 13 vs. Cardinals – Sunday, Dec. 5 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 14 at Packers – Monday, Dec. 12 at 7:20 p.m. CT
Week 15 vs. Vikings – Monday, Dec. 19 at 7:15 p.m. CT
Week 16 at Seahawks – Sunday, Dec. 26 at 3:05 p.m. CT
Week 17 vs. Giants – Sunday, Jan. 2 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Week 18 at Vikings – Sunday, Jan. 9 at 12:00 p.m. CT
Chicago Bears 2021 Season Tickets
Season tickets to the Chicago Bears are sold out, but fans can join the Priority List for a $100 non-refundable deposit that will be credited to purchase when season tickets are available. Those on the Priority List will have access to single-game presales ahead of the public and at a discounted fee, access to Bears events and discounts, and other benefits.
Chicago Bears Club Seating and Premium Options
The Bears have several Club Options available as well as two Suite choices — the Proven IT Skyline Suite, which is an all-inclusive experience or the PNC Executive Suites.
The Bears also offer a variety of game-day experiences, called the STH Experiences, which allow season-ticket holders to purchase upgraded experiences, like being on the field or getting access to training camp.
Soldier Field has two Clubs:
United Club: This three-level Club is located on the east side of the stadium, and is the top hospitality area at Soldier Field. Ticket holders will get great sightlines, access to a climate-controlled lounge, speciality food selections, extra-wide cushioned seats and other amenities.
The Midway: This lounge on the west side of Soldier Field is located on the Verizon Mezzanine Concourse behind sections 136 and 138. Fans will get access to multiple seating areas, four full bars, speciality food stations and a high-end media system. The club is open before, during and after games.
Soldier Field Health and Safety Protocols
From parking lot arrival to sitting in your seat, we need you to do your part as well. Soldier Field requires all employees and guests age 2 or older to wear a CDC approved face mask.
- Keep your face mask on, covering your nose and mouth,unless when actively eating or drinking.
- Maintain your social distance throughout the stadium.
- Remember to wash your hands with soap and water whenever possible. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the stadium. Guests may bring up to a 3 oz size bottle of hand sanitizer as long as it is in the original container. Hand sanitizing stations are available throughout the stadium.
- If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 (cough, runny nose, headache, fever above 100.4F, muscle pain, chills, lose of taste or smell) we request that you visit Soldier Field at a later date.
- If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days or think you may have been exposed to the disease, we request that you visit Soldier Field at a later date.
- The use of touch-less payment options is encouraged whenever possible.
PHYSICAL DISTANCING REQUIRED
All stadium guests are expected to maintain social distancing throughout the stadium, including the seating bowl. Fans should pay attention to signage, only sit in their assigned seats and avoid other fans who are not a part of your group by at least six feet. Each fan should assure his or her comfort level with the fans attending the event as part of your group.
WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY
Wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and water, or use hand sanitizer. Hand sanitizer will be readily available for your use throughout the stadium, and fans are encouraged to use it regularly.
For additional information visit the Soldier Field website.
Chicago Bears Mobile Ticketing
Fans are required to use a digital ticket to enter Soldier Field, and fans can download the Chicago Bears Official App via the App Store or Google Play. Season ticket holders and anyone who purchases a ticket through Ticketmaster will also be able to manage tickets through the app, including buying, selling or transferring tickets.
Bears 2020 Attendance Policy
UPDATE: On August 18th the Bears announced that there will be no fans allowed at Soldier Field to start the season. In the statement they went on to say that "The team and City will continue to monitor the environment and believe there can be a sound plan in place to bring fans back to Soldier Field once it is deemed safe and appropriate. Until then, Bears home games will not include in-person fans.”
On July 24th, the Chicago Bears announced that if fans are allowed at Soldier Field this season that it would be at reduced capacity. Also, there won't be any season ticket packages available. Instead, PSL holders will be given first priority to single game tickets.
All Season Ticket Holders have the option to either receive a refund for their 2020 tickets or get a credit for the 2021 season. Season ticket holders will also automatically be given the opportunity to purchase 2021 season tickets in the same seating location.
In their letter to ticket holders, they also stated that "more details regarding single game ticket opportunities and the gameday experience, including parking, tailgating, stadium entry, food and beverage, retail, and safety procedures will be communicated as we get closer to our first home game."
How Much Are 2020 Chicago Bears Tickets
Tickets to see the Chicago Bears on the secondary market dropped about 22% from 2019 to 2020, and are trending at $466, according to TicketIQ. Despite the drop, a ticket to Soldier Field is the 10th priciest in the league. The highest ticket is $1,098 for the Raiders first season in Las Vegas, and the cheapest is $142 for NFC North rival Detroit.
TicketIQ is committed to the cheapest tickets possible, and we make much less on sold out tickets compared to other major marketplaces like StubHub and Vivid. That means ticket buyers save from up to 25% on TicketIQ on sports, music and theater. We're able to do this because we also work with teams, venues, and other ticket owners, to help them sell tickets at face price, directly to consumers like you, through Ticketmaster and Seatgeek. For an overview of the 2020 NFL Ticket Buying landscape, and details on the cheapest way to get tickets for every team, visit the TicketIQ Blog.
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. For the opening night game against the Packers, the cheapest tickets start at $385.
At Soldier Field, there are three levels and the prices for each level are as follows on the secondary ticket market.
- 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
September 5 vs. Green Bay Packers
- 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.
September 29 vs. Minnesota Vikings
- 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.
October 20 vs. New Orleans Saints
- 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.
October 27 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- 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.
November 10 vs. Detroit Lions
- 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.
November 24 vs. New York Giants
- 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.
December 5 vs. Dallas Cowboys
- 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.
December 22 vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- 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.