When it comes to the Chicago Bears and their fans, it's all about tradition.
But since Soldier Field parking can cost you the proverbial arm & a leg, that tradition can be painfully expensive…
How expensive? Well, a Chicago Bears parking pass goes for $49, the 5th highest in the NFL… but that’s the face value cost. Try - just try, and find one for that much online.
More than likely, it will cost you anywhere from $100 - $400 on StubHub to park at one of the official lots located on the east side of Lake Shore Drive.
Not quite as expensive but equally hard to get are spaces at the 2 overflow lots on the other side of Lake Shore - one on 18th Street (alcohol prohibited) and one on E 31st Street. These go for $50 and $40 respectively and are sold almost exclusively on clickandpark.com.
|By Raymond Tambunan (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons|
|Home > Real Costs For NFL Fans > How Chicago Bears Fans Save Money > Soldier Field Parking | Top of page | Last page visited|