Chicago Bears Packages
Join your fellow Bears fans and travel to any game on the 2013 schedule with one of our Bears travel packages. Whether it’s at the windy confines of Soldier Field or an away game, get there with a package from PrimeSport, the Official Fan Travel Partner of the Chicago Bears!
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Last year’s Chicago Bears season was disappointing, as the Bears put up an 10-6 record and missed the NFC Playoffs after the Minnesota Vikings won a tiebreaker later in the day by virtue of their win in Green Bay against the Packers. While that was a bitter end to the season, there were plenty of positives as the Bears proved they are truly one of the best teams in the NFC. And this year they will be featuring a new head coach in Marc Trestman. You can find out just how good they are with a Chicago Bears travel package for any game this season.
There’s nothing quite like the experience having Chicago Bears tickets and seeing a game in person at Soldier Field. The venerable stadium is both historic and modern, and the fact that it only has 61,500 seats means that Bears football tickets are always in demand. That’s why it makes so much sense to buy one of our Chicago Bears ticket packages that includes game tickets and Chicago hotel accommodations. The biggest game on this year’s Chicago Bears schedule comes early in the season as Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings pay a visit on September 15. Some of the other highlights include a game against the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants pay a visit in October.
If you want to follow the Bears on the road, you can see them in multiple stops in some of America’s major cities as they visit the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, and Pittsburgh Steelers.