The hottest tickets in town featuring the 2018 NFC North champion Chicago Bears are hitting the market soon.
The team announced regular-season (and preseason) single-game tickets for the 2019 season are set to go on sale one hour after the 2019 NFL schedule is shared. And while the date and time has yet to be officially announced, we can take a reasonable guess to when tickets will become available to the public. Tickets went on sale on April 19th in 2018 and April 20th the year before that, and in each case, both dates were exactly one week before the NFL Draft. And since the league tends to follow certain trends, it would make sense that it would continue down this path and do it again. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it, am I right?
Using logic and history as our guide, that would leave April 18th as a likely date for ticket sales to begin. And I hope you’re ready for whenever they do go on sale because they figure to go fast. I mean, have you seen their schedule?
Week 1 against the Packers on Thursday Night Football to open the season is going to be super lit, while home games against the Cowboys, Saints, Chiefs, and Chargers will certainly be hot commodities once ticket sales go public. And I guess there will be some excitement for games against the divisional foes in Minnesota and Detroit. Heck, I wouldn’t blame anyone who got geeked up for a revenge game against Eli Manning, Saquon Barkley, and the new-look Giants.
Fans looking for a leg up on ticket sales could join the Bears’ Season Ticket Priority List, which allows for an exclusive shot at getting in on a pre-sale before the tickets get released to the public. The deadline to join that list is 11:59 p.m. on Monday.
Once we get a firm announcement of a date and time, we’ll be able to share more and talk about the schedule that sits in front of the Bears. Until then, I would start angling to be ready for the sale to come soon.