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Chicago Bears 2015: Plan Your Trip To Soldier Field

Get Ready for Football With These Easy Tips for Planning Your Game Day

The 2015 season of the NFL is right around the corner, and for Chicago Bears fans, that means gearing up for tailgating and home games at the illustrious Soldier Field.

It’s time to start planning your Chicago Bears experience for the 2015 season, and we’ve got some tips to help you get started.

Choose Your Home Game

If you don’t have season tickets or the time to head to several games this season, you might be wondering which matchups at Soldier Field are most worth your money.

Choosing your game and purchasing your tickets is step one in your game-planning experience. Here are a few games to keep in mind:

+ Versus Green Bay Packers on September 13 at 1:00 P.M.

+ Versus Denver Broncos on November 22 at 1:00 P.M.

+ Versus San Francisco 49ers on December 6 at 1:00 P.M.

+ Versus Washington Redskins on December 13 at 1:00 P.M.

+ Versus the Detroit Lions on January 3, 2016 at 1:00 P.M.

Each of these matchups see the Bears face teams that were either in the playoffs last season, have major steam this season, or stand in the Bears’ way of the Playoffs.

Start browsing ticket merchants and get your seats secured today.

Choose Your Transportation

Chicago is a big city that has big city traffic; getting to a game midday on a weekend might be more of a challenge than you’re anticipating, especially if a traffic jam causes you to be late to kick-off.

Additionally, you might want to invite several of your friends along for game day but don’t have a vehicle large enough to accommodate everyone at once.

You also want to be safe. If you’re tail-gating before the game and plan on drinking beer or cocktails during the game, you need a reliable method of transportation to get home once the stadium clears. Ride-sharing and taxis are not reliable for transportation when you need it, and the small vehicles won’t be able to accommodate all of your friends.

Why not go all out and book a party bus for your Soldier Field experience?

OML Worldwide has been providing Chicago sports fan with superior transportation to games for decades. We offer late-model luxury vehicles that can accommodate a large number of passengers, each of which features amenities that you need and deserve:

+ Mercedes Sprinter Vans: Seats 14 passengers, leather seating, tinted windows, CD player and premium sound system

+ Stretch Lincoln Limousine: Seats 8 passengers, unstocked dry bar, partition, premium sound system

+ Deluxe Mini Coach: Seats 25 passengers, P.A. system, flat-screen TV, DVD Player

Each of these vehicles can accommodate a larger number of people, while also providing you with the amenities you need to make your ride enjoyable. Transform your trip to Soldier Field into a party and rest assured that you have safe transportation waiting for you at the end of the game.

Know the Rules at Soldier Field

Learning the rules before you head to Soldier Field can help you and your group have a better time. Take a quick glance at some of the rules and regulations of the facility before you leave.

Here’s a look at some of the facility’s prohibited items:

+ Seat Cushions

+ Selfie Sticks

+ E-Cigarettes

+ Umbrellas

+ Strollers

+ Video Cameras

+ Coolers

+ Laser Pointers or Pens

We hope this quick guide will help you plan your football experience at Soldier Field this fall, complete with a luxury vehicle that can accommodate all of your friends. Call today and make reservations for your trip to see the Chicago Bears in action this autumn.

Photo Credit: Michael Baird

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