- Ticket packages to a Chicago Bears game courtesy of Official Fan Package
- When: Sunday, January 3, at noon (Detroit Lions)
- Memorabilia: choice of jersey signed by Gale Sayers, Mike Ditka, or Brian Urlacher; or a signed Walter Payton jersey inscribed with career stats
- Seating: 300/400-level seats are located in sections 441–446, 427–433, 348–356, and 318–326; lower corner and endzone seats are located in sections 144–155, 101, 103, and 115–130
- All options include an Official Fan Package Sports Discount Package with discounts and incentives to popular sports retailers. Click here for more information.
- $199 for two tickets (up to $240 value)
- $369 for two tickets, plus a Gale Sayers–signed jersey (up to $475 value)
- $369 for two tickets, plus a Mike Ditka–signed jersey (up to $475 value)
- $399 for two tickets, plus a Brian Urlacher–signed jersey (up to $525 value)
- $1,999 for two tickets, plus a Walter Payton–signed jersey inscribed with career stats (up to $3,250 value)
Lower Corner or Endzone Seats
- $529 for two tickets, plus a Gale Sayers–signed jersey (up to $549 value)
- $529 for two tickets, plus a Mike Ditka–signed jersey (up to $549 value)
- $559 for two tickets, plus a Brian Urlacher–signed jersey (up to $599 value)
- $2,149 for two tickets, plus a Walter Payton–signed jersey inscribed with career stats (up to $3,324 value)
Official Fan Package is an independently owned and operated secondary market ticket company not affiliated with the Chicago Bears or Soldier Field. Groupons are not redeemable at the Stadium ticket office. You will receive your tickets via mail. Official Fan Package and Groupon cannot replace lost tickets that have been scanned by shipping company as delivered.
The Scouting Report
Never count the Bears out. Up against a favored Packers team on Thanksgiving, Chicago engineered a 17–13 road upset over their longtime rivals, largely thanks to some big catches from Alshon Jeffery and a clutch defensive performance from cornerback Tracy Porter. On January 3, the team hopes to come up big in another divisional showdown, this time against the Lions. It’s a shot at revenge for their October spat in Detroit, when the Lions edged out the Bears by three and then added insult to injury by refusing to split the bill on pizza after the game.
Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by the Chicago Bears, Soldier Field, or the NFL. The tickets identified in this Groupon promotion are made available through an independent party.