Where To Buy 2021 Chicago Bulls Tickets
Primary market tickets for Bulls home games starting on May 7th will first be available to Bulls Season Ticket Holders, who will have priority access to purchase single-game tickets during an exclusive presale window on May 3rd and 4th. Any fans who purchase a season ticket plan for next season at this time will be granted access to this exclusive presale. This will be following by a general on sale on May 5th at 10 a.m. CT via Ticketmaster. Tickets can only be purchased in groups of two or four.
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Chicago Bulls 2021 Attendance Policy
Fans will be back at the United Center for the first time in 2021 for the team's March 7th game against the Boston Celtics. Attendance will be limited to 25% capacity or just over 5,200 fans per game.
United Center COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols
MANDATORY HEALTH SCREENING REQUIREMENTS
Health Pass by CLEAR: The Bulls are partnering with Health Pass by CLEAR to help you enter the United Center and confirm your health screening requirements before the game. To get set-up:
- Download the CLEAR app and enroll for free using this link: https://clear.app.link/UnitedCenter
- For any enrollment questions or issues, please review these step-by-step instructions for more details.
- Complete your CLEAR pre-arrival health survey on game day and have the completed bar code screen ready to show security upon arrival.
We will only be distributing mobile tickets this season – paper tickets will not be distributed. All mobile tickets must be displayed on a smartphone for game entry and will feature a rotating barcode. As a result, screenshots or printouts will not work for entry into the arena this year.
NO BAG POLICY
In accordance with new United Center health and safety protocols, no bags are allowed, including purses, small clutches, and handheld wallets. Very limited exceptions will be made for medically-required bags and diaper bags (no larger than 14x14x6) when an infant is present.
MANDATORY MASK POLICY
All guests entering the United Center over the age of two are required to wear a face mask that completely covers their nose and mouth.
- Face masks are required to be worn at all times while inside the arena except when actively eating or drinking.
- Permitted face masks: Surgical masks, medical-grade masks, or multi-layer cloth masks.
- Not Permitted face masks: Single layer cloth masks, neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with valves or vents.
Standard physical distancing practices will be enforced upon entering and throughout the arena.
- Seat locations will be arranged to promote physical distancing.
- Dedicated entrances and exits based on ticket location to streamline entry and exit.
- Refrain from gathering in groups in concourses and lounge areas.
- Floor decals will ensure at least six feet between all guests in concession and retail queues.
MODIFIED GAMEDAY EXPERIENCE
Upon reopening the arena in a limited capacity, some guest experiences including concessions, dining, and retail offerings, and entertainment experiences may be modified or unavailable.
Cashless Transactions: The United Center will be a cashless arena for the remainder of the 2020-21 season to encourage contactless payment for food and beverage or retail purchases.
- Fans who are holding cash and do not have credit or debit cards can purchase United Center gift cards at select retail locations in their designated fan area.
Reduced Contact Concessions:
- Mobile ordering and modified menus available
- Suspended beer vending in the arena bowl
- Packaged utensils and condiments will be available across concessions
- Active eating and drinking allowed in a seat or designated dining areas only
For more information, visit the Bulls website.
Chicago Bulls Mobile Ticketing
The Bulls have mobile ticketing available via the Chicago Bulls App, which allows fans to buy, sell, and transfer tickets, as well as enter the United Center. Paper tickets can no longer be printed. The team offers an extensive guide to mobile ticketing.
How Much Are Chicago Bulls Tickets
Face value tickets for 2019-20 Bulls tickets start at $40 for the lower-demand opponents up to $70 for the highest demand opponents, like the Lakers. Face value for Warriors tickets start at $60, while the cheapest tickets available for the Clippers starts at $55. 100-level seats for the Lakers start at $250 behind the basket in section 116, while lower-demand games in the same section start at $120.
On the secondary ticket market, prices for Chicago Bulls ticket on the secondary market is down 52% from last season, making it one of the best deals in the league. The cheapest game at the United Center this season is the November 20 game against Detroit, withe the cheapest ticket on the secondary market listed for $21. Despite that drop in prices, the cheapest ticket on the secondary market is significantly more expensive than tickets directly from the team. For the Lakers game, the cheapest ticket on the secondary market is $121, 70% higher than the cheapest ticket directly from the team. For the home opener against the NBA champion Raptors, the cheapest ticket on the secondary market starts at $67, while the cheapest ticket directly from the team is $40.
What Are Season Tickets and Partial Plan Options At the United Center
Among the season-ticket options at United Center are Courtside Seats that include access to the Magellan Club, which has complimentary food and beverage. Courtside Seat ticket holders can use a private entrance to the East Atrium and get in-seat beverage service.
Season-ticket seats on the 200-level get access to the Stadium Club Restaurant, a private concourse, in-seat wait service, and private lounge areas.
Where Are Club Seats in the United Center
The Bulls and United Center offer several premium experiences, including rental suites, the BMO Club, Theater Boxes and Executive Suites.
Suites are located on the Club and Penthouse levels and accommodate up to 20 people. These suites include a full-service wet bar with a refrigerator and food service by Levy Restaurants. Suites come with four parking passes.
Located on the corner of the court below Section 74, the BMO Suite accommodates 20 people. This suite includes food and beverage and comes with a large table suitable for meeting or eating. Four parking passes are included, as well as access to a pool table and gaming system.
These boxes are located on the Club Suite Level along the east side of the United Center. These four-person boxes include seats 28 rows above the floor and access to a high-end buffet and two bars. Two parking passes are included.
Located behind the backboards on the Penthouse Level, Super Suites accommodate up to 40 or 80 people, include eight or 16 parking passes, and food is provided by Levy Restaurants. The suites are 1,400 square feet.
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