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Car parts, basketball equipment, and knee-length socks are likely no match for a bull with blood on its horns. Today's side deal gets you up to half off Bulls tickets: $70 for the 100 level (normally $130), $55 for the 200 level (normally $100), or your choice of 300-level tickets—$30 for rows 1–7 (normally $60) and $20 for rows 8–17 (normally $40). Watch the Bulls take on bitter enemies Detroit Pistons on Wednesday, December 2, at 7 p.m., New Jersey Nets led by rising star Devin Harris on Tuesday, December 8, at 7 p.m., or Eastern Conference rivals New York Knicks on Thursday, December 17, at 7 p.m.
All seats offer a clear view of the game, and the 300 level was recently renovated for the 2009–10 season at the United Center. Fans can look forward to new snacking stations, 144 flat-screen televisions, two new bars, and more.
The 2009–10 Bulls squad is packed with talent, with legitimate aspirations for the playoffs and developing young stars like last season's Rookie of the Year Derrick Rose along with Luol Deng, Kirk Hinrich and Joakim Noah. Catch the team now before Rose and company go on to win 17 consecutive championships, which will force the league to ban the Bulls in the interest of keeping things competitive.
- the United Center is the House that Michael Built. You know...that guy Jordan? he was a pretty good basketball player for the Bulls? well, it's worth a trip to the United center for no other reason then to at least check out the statue of Mr. Jordan in front of the arena. – utah, Citysearch
- D-Rose leads the next generation of the Bulls dominance and with one big acquisition we may get back there sooner than anyone thinks. – Danny W., Yelp
- Even now going to games is (almost) just as fun as there is just something about the United Center that screams excitement. – Alichia S., Yelp