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Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

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Chicago Bears Suite Prices

How much do Bears suites cost?

Chicago Bears suite prices typically range from $15,000-$40,000 per game depending on opponent, team performance, day of the week, and suite level. Prime-time games played on a Monday, Thursday, or Sunday night will be priced at a premium; as will home games against divisional rivals like the Green Bay Packers or Minnesota Vikings.

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Suite Levels at Soldier Field

Executive Suite Level A

20 Tickets
4 Parking

Chicago Bears suites feature HDTV, WI-FI, interior and exterior seating, a climate-controlled environment and upscale furnishing. With a Soldier Field suite guests... MORE

Executive Suite Level B

20 Tickets
4 Parking

Chicago Bears suites feature HDTV, WI-FI, interior and exterior seating, a private restroom and beautiful wooden furnishings. With a Soldier Field suite guests will... MORE

Executive Suite Level C

20 Tickets
4 Parking

Chicago Bears suites come with a private restroom and refrigerator, a dedicated suite attendant, customizable catering, bar-style and stadium seating. ... MORE

Executive Suite Level D

20 Tickets
4 Parking

Chicago Bear Luxury Suites provide the best option to view Bears Football. The suites offer a climate controlled and luxurious environment outfitted for your viewing... MORE

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Soldier Field Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group provides single-event suite access at Soldier Field. In this section, we’ve compiled key considerations when planning your next group event in a suite:

GROUP SIZE AND NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN A SUITE

Suites at Soldier Field vary in size and configuration. Suite sizes range from 12-40 with most suites accommodating groups of 18-24. Soldier Field suites feature two rows of theater-style seats overlooking the field in addition to barstools and lounge chairs situated throughout the private space. 

BUDGET FOR A SUITE PURCHASE

Suite rentals for Chicago Bears home games range in price from $15,000-$40,000 depending on team performance, opponent, day of the week, and suite level/size. Third-party events such as concerts and exhibition soccer games range widely; some events start as low as $5,000 per suite while other events can command suite prices over $20,000.

SOLDIER FIELD SUITE CATERING

In-suite catering is available for all suites at Soldier Field. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Aramark catering. Suite rentals at Soldier Field do not include catering in the base price of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional budget. The average Suite Experience Group client spends between $2,000 and $2,500 on in-suite catering.

ACCESS TO STADIUM CLUBS

Suite ticketholders at Soldier Field have access to the United Club, a private 3-level club on the suite concourses. The United Club features open lounge space, 12 cash bars, and various concession stands. The United Club offers private entrances, private restrooms, and a private Bears Pro-Shop.

DRESS CODE IN THE LUXURY SUITES

There is no dress code enforced in suites at Soldier Field. Luxury suites at Soldier Field are climate-controlled and have a coat closet for storage.

NFL CLEAR BAG POLICY

The NFL bag policy stipulates that patrons must bring all their items in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl, or PVC and do not exceed 12"x6"x12." Read the full policy here.

CHILD TICKET POLICY

Children under 32” tall are permitted entry inside Soldier Field without a ticket provided they obtain a complimentary lap pass (limit of one per game ticket). Please inquire with your SEG rep to obtain your lap pass.

TRANSPORTATION AND PARKING

There are 6 main parking areas in the immediate vicinity of Soldier Field. Soldier Field VIP parking is located in the North Garage. Other cash lots will typically charge $20-$50 per vehicle. Buses, RV’s, and limos may use the Adler Planetarium Lot on the northeast corner of Soldier Field. Oversized vehicle passes cost $121 and are sold on a first-come, first-serve basis.

PARKING, STADIUM, AND SUITE ACCESS

Parking lots open 4 hours in advance of Bears games. Soldier Field gates will open 2 hours before kick-off.

DESIGNATED SUITE ENTRANCES

A designated VIP Entrance is located at Gate 14. VIP guests can also enter via the United Club Entrance at Gate 6. Upon entry, guests can take an elevator up to their respective suite level. Soldier Field has plenty of staff on hand to direct your guests. 

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

Please visit our general Frequently Asked Questions page. Also feel free to Contact Us as we are always happy to assist you.

Chicago Bears Suite Prices

How much do Bears suites cost?

Chicago Bears suite prices typically range from $15,000-$40,000 per game depending on opponent, team performance, day of the week, and suite level. Prime-time games played on a Monday, Thursday, or Sunday night will be priced at a premium; as will home games against divisional rivals like the Green Bay Packers or Minnesota Vikings.

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Bears Spotlight

Chicago reignited its love affair with the Bears in 2018. Despite a disappointing first round playoff exit, an exciting defense sparked by linebacker Khalil Mack and the emergence of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky has fans in the Windy City hopeful that a prolonged era of success is in store.

Just prior to last season, the Bears traded two first round draft picks to Oakland for Mack. The Bears promptly signed him to a six-year, $141 million extension to make him the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history. Mack immediately paid dividends, recording 12.5 sacks and forcing six fumbles as the leader the Bears defense that led the league in scoring. The Bears finished 12-4, but lost a home playoff game against Philadelphia when place kicker Cody Parkey hit both the upright and crossbar before his game-winning field goal attempt fell short. Parkey will be replaced in 2019, but the question is by who. Chicago signed Elliott Fry, Redford Jones, and Chris Blewitt – three kickers who have a combined zero NFL games played.

The Bears will also be placing added emphasis on running back Tarik Cohen after trading Jordan Howard to the Eagles. Free agent Mike Davis was also brought in to handle some of the load in the Bears’ backfield.

A trip to Soldier Field is always a memorable experience, but you can make it even more special by enjoying a game from a luxury suite. Perhaps the words that sell the suites the most: climate-controlled! On the shores of Lake Michigan, the weather for a winter game in Chicago can be downright brutal – they don’t call it the windy city for nothing! Enjoy the game with floor-to-ceiling windows that keep you out of the elements, while you enjoy spacious seating and unlimited food, including Chicago favorites like specialty hot dogs, sausage, and beef sandwiches.

Chicago will play host to the first game of the NFL’s 100th season by hosting division rival Green Bay on Thursday night, September 5. In addition to hosting NFC North foes Minnesota and Detroit, the Bears will welcome these teams into Soldier Field this year: New Orleans, the Los Angeles Chargers, the New York Giants, Dallas Cowboys (Thursday night game), and Kansas City Chiefs (Sunday night game). Road games are at the division teams, including Thanksgiving Day at Detroit, along with matchups at Denver, Washington (Monday night game), Philadelphia, Oakland (in London), and the Los Angeles Rams (Sunday night game). All told, the Bears will be featured on national television six times in 2019.

Past Spotlights

The new look Chicago Bears enter 2018 with a wave of optimism, looking to move out of the NFC North basement for the first time since 2013. The Bears have parted ways with former head coach John Fox and have brought in Matt Nagy to replace him. Nagy, the former offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs, will look to help second year quarterback Mitch Trubisky take the next step in his NFL career. Trubisky was drafted second overall in the 2017 NFL Draft with the expectation he would become the Bears next franchise quarterback. He showed flashes of brilliance during his rookie season, but he has plenty of work to do. It will be exciting to see if Nagy can help Trubisky take a major leap in 2018. 

To help bolster the offense and Trubisky’s development, general manager Ryan Pace signed Pro Bowl wide receiver Allen Robinson to a multi-year contract in the off-season. Allen Robinson missed nearly all of last season due to injury, but he is ready to prove he is back to full health and an elite receiving option in this league. The 24-year old is just two years removed from a season in which he caught 80 balls for 1,400 yards. Factor in Pro Bowl running back Jordan Howard, and the Chicago Bears offense has the potential to make some serious noise in 2018.

Last year the Chicago Bears quietly had one of the best defenses in the NFL. The Bears defense finished in the top 10 in both yards per game and scoring per game. After week 4, the Bears defense allowed the second fewest offensive touchdowns in the NFL, behind only the New England Patriots. Cornerback Prince Amukamara was signed in the off-season to improve the already strong defense, joining Akiem Hicks and Leonard Floyd as the team’s best defensive players. Defensive coordinator Vic Fangio will return in 2018 looking to build on last year’s defensive success.

In 2018 Soldier Field will see the Chicago Bears face off against the Detroit Lions, Minnesota Vikings, Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Rams, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, and New York Jets. 

A Chicago Bears suite features first class amenities such as HDTVs, VIP parking, interior/exterior seating, a dedicated suite attendant, and spacious floor plans. A Bears luxury box will come with the option to purchase in-suite catering. Guests who are in a Soldier Field suite will have private entry into Soldier Field and exclusive access to the Bears’ VIP clubs and lounges inside Soldier Field. Whether you are entertaining for business or with friends and family, a Bears luxury suite provides a perfect atmosphere for any occasion. 

Offense: In 2017, the Chicago Bears will look to compete in the NFC North division. GM Ryan Pace has continued to make changes to an old roster. In the 2017 NFL draft, the Bears traded up to select University of North Carolina Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with the second overall pick. Trubisky brings a high upside and could be a franchise quarterback sooner rather than later. He's still young, so offseason acquisition Mike Glennon will likely open the season as the Bears' starting quarterback. Fans have every reason to be optimistic for Trubisky's development behind Glennon. Overall, the Bears enter 2017 with a solid offense - offseason acquisitions at wide-receiver, specifically Kendall Wright and Markus Wheaton, will supplement former first-round pick Kevin White and breakout performer Cameron Meredith. Fans should expect a big season from second year running back Jordan Howard. Howard burst onto the scene last season and solidified himself as a three-down back and capable homerun hitter. The Bears' offense should take a significant step forward in 2017. 

Defense: When you think about the Chicago Bears, you think about defense. In 2017, the Chicago Bears will need their defense to improve if they plan to contend in the NFC. The Bears will return leading tacklers Danny Trevathian and Jerrell Freeman. These middle linebackers represent the biggest strength of the Bears' defense. Outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, a former Georgia Bulldog, showed promise in his rookie season. He will need to contribute as a pass-rusher to ease the burden on Chicago's secondary. Chicago will look to rookie safety Eddie Jackson to play immediately in the secondary.

Schedule: In 2017, the Bears will see the following teams visiting Soldier Field: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers, Carolina Panthers, San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns.

Suites and Special Events: A Chicago Bears suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, VIP parking, interior/exterior seating, a dedicated suite attendant and spacious floorplans. A Bears luxury box will come with the option to purchase in-suite catering. Guests who are in a Soldier Field suite will have private entry into Soldier Field and exclusive access to the Bears’ VIP clubs and lounges inside Soldier Field. Whether you are entertaining for business or with friends and family, a Bears luxury suite provides a perfect atmosphere for any occasion.  Special Events at Soldier Field this year consist of: U2, Metallica, Coldplay, and the MLS All Star game. 

Offense: After hiring John Fox, the Bears had playoff aspirations in 2015, but sadly things didn't go quite to plan as the team finished with only 6 wins.  After adding to the defense the Bears believe they can make the playoffs again but that will require a big jump in production from their offense. Jay Cutler was very efficient last year under new offensive coordinator Adam Gase but they will likely need him to throw for over 30 touchdowns, which would be a 10 touchdown jump. Luckily for Cutler and the Bears, they have massive wideout Alshon Jeffery on the roster.  Although Jeffery struggled in 2015 as he worked through leg injuries in his most recent healthy season he was an All-Pro.  Fans should expect big-time numbers from him once again.  The Chicago Bears best back is Jeremy Langford who hasn't shown big-time production yet but will likely have a productive year.

Defense: When you think about the Chicago Bears you think about defense but interestingly enough the Bears have struggled on the defensive side of the ball.  In the offseason the Bears made a strong effort to improve the defense by adding middle linebackers Jerrell Freeman and Danny Trevathan.  Both backers had over 110 tackles in the 2015 season so the Bears should improve significantly in the run game. In the first round the Bears selected outside linebacker Leonard Floyd, a former Georgia Bulldog, with the ninth pick.  If Floyd lives up to his massive potential he will be a constant annoyance in the back of the opposing quarterbacks mind.

Schedule: In 2016, the Bears will see the following teams visiting Soldier Field: Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers and Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Suites and Special Events: A Chicago Bears suite features first-class amenities such as HDTVs, VIP parking, interior/exterior seating, a dedicated suite attendant and spacious floorplans. A Bears luxury box will come with the option to purchase in-suite catering. Guests who are in a Soldier Field suite will have private entry into Soldier Field and exclusive access to the Bears’ VIP clubs and lounges inside Soldier Field. Whether you are entertaining for business or with friends and family, a Bears luxury suite provides a perfect atmosphere for any occasion.  Special Events at Soldier Field this year are the USA Women's Soccer Team vs South Africa, Coldplay, Guns N Roses, Bayern Munich vs. AC Milan soccer and Ireland vs. New Zealand rugby.