Why are tickets required for Training Camp?
Viewing space is limited. We want to ensure we are offering our fans the best Bears experience possible. Bears Training Camp has been a ticketed event since 2017.
Who is required to have a ticket to attend Training Camp?
All attendees must have a mobile ticket. A ticket is required for children over 32" tall.
How and when can I register for FREE tickets?
All Training Camp practices will require a FREE ticket for entry. A limited number of tickets will be available each day. Registration for the opportunity to receive free tickets will open at noon on Thursday, July 8, and close at noon on Thursday, July 15. Fans will be able to register for the chance to win up to four tickets and will only be eligible to receive tickets for one day of training camp. Recipients of tickets will be randomly selected and notified the week of July 19.
What if I win tickets and cannot attend?
There are no exchanges for Training Camp tickets. Tickets may be transferred to another person to use. Tickets can be transferred electronically through the Chicago Bears Official App brought to you by Verizon 24 hours prior to practice date.
What does a ticket provide?
Tickets provide admission to camp. All tickets are general admission, there are no assigned seats. Bleacher seating is brought to you by PNC.
Is there a limit on how many FREE tickets I can get?
Fans will be able to register for up to four tickets per day.
Do I need tickets to attend more than one day of camp?
Yes, tickets are required for all dates.
How are my tickets delivered?
All tickets will be available via mobile only.
I ordered tickets for other people; how do I share them with people attending with me?
Tickets can be transferred electronically through the Chicago Bears Official App brought to you by Verizon 24 hours prior to practice date.
How do I gain entry to Training Camp with my mobile ticket?
Printed tickets are not available; all tickets are mobile only. Make sure to have your mobile ticket ready when you arrive. Be ready to present your ticket on your mobile device to a Bears staff member after you've parked at Hawthorn Mall. Mobile tickets will be checked prior to boarding shuttle buses to Halas Hall. See below for more information about parking and shuttles.
Can I leave printed tickets for another person to pick up?
There is no on site Will Call available. Tickets can be transferred electronically through the Chicago Bears Official App 24 hours prior to practice date.
Will re-entry be permitted?
Yes, fans will be allowed to enter and exit as they please. Tickets will be checked upon all entries.
I need help with my tickets, who should I call?
Call the Bears Ticket Services Team at 847-615-2327 (M-F 9:00 am – 5:00 pm).
Parking and Transportation
There is absolutely no fan parking allowed at Halas Hall and within Conway Park. The only fan parking for Training Camp is in the southeast lot at Hawthorn Mall at 122 Hawthorn Center in Vernon Hills, IL. Fans will enter off Townline Road, IL 60/E. There will be directional signage and personnel on-hand to direct cars to the nearest available parking spot. Overnight parking is not permitted at Hawthorn Mall.
For Training Camp entry, all fans must park at Hawthorn Mall (location mentioned above) and take a shuttle bus to Halas Hall. Bears staff will direct fans to FREE shuttle buses that will take fans to Training Camp site.
Fans will need to present a valid mobile Training Camp ticket prior to getting on shuttle buses. Mobile tickets will be checked prior to boarding. All fans will be required to wear a mask on the shuttle from Hawthorn to Halas Hall, regardless of vaccination status.
Please review the PROHIBITED ITEMS list for what is not allowed at Training Camp. These items should not be brought onto the shuttle bus.
Shuttles will begin 30 minutes prior to gates opening and will end 2 hours after gates are closed. Shuttles will run at an interval estimated at 10 minutes to and from Halas Hall. The last shuttle taking fans to Halas Hall will leave from Hawthorn Mall 30 minutes prior to the end of practice. The shuttle ride from Hawthorn Mall to Halas Hall is approximately 8-10 minutes (based on traffic flow).
No eating or drinking will be permitted on shuttle buses.
ADA Parking & Shuttles
ADA Parking is available at Hawthorn Mall. Designated ADA parking spots are near the ADA shuttle pick up at the arrival/departure area of Training Camp entrance.
- There is no ADA parking at Halas Hall.
- ADA Shuttles run continuously to/from Hawthorn Mall and Halas Hall.
- Please note that during peak times, the ADA shuttles may limit passengers to the disabled patron and one guest. Additional guests may ride the conventional shuttle busses that are also available to/from Hawthorn.
Ride-Share Services and Guest Drop Off
Ride-share (i.e. Uber, Lyft, etc.) and other vehicles with guests will not be permitted to drop off guests on site at Halas Hall or within Conway Park. All Training Camp attendees must be dropped off or park at Hawthorn Mall parking to gain entry to Training Camp.
Guests arriving at Halas Hall via ride-share vehicles or dropped off will not be permitted entry into Training Camp.
Health and Safety
All Training Camp ticket holders must agree to a "Fan Health Promise" to gain access to the event.
Once fans arrive at Halas Hall, face masks are not required for fully vaccinated individuals. Anyone who is not vaccinated will be required to wear a mask. However, masks will be required of all passengers, regardless of vaccination status, to gain entry on to the fan shuttle buses to and from Hawthorn Mall and Halas Hall.
League rules prohibit close contact between fans and players. This includes autographs and photos with players.
Activities and Things to Do
Due to COV ID-19 protocols, fan autographs will not be permitted at this year's Training Camp.
Fan Photo Ops
There will be opportunities to take selfies at various locations at Bears Training Camp. This include 6-foot bobbleheads, Staley Da Bear, locker display, Mighty Match Up from Undeniably Dairy and more.
Bears Fit is a Chicago Bears-themed fitness center located at 155 E. Townline Road in Vernon Hills. The state-of-the art 45,000-square-foot facility is located approximately four miles from Halas Hall and features the latest in exercise and recovery equipment, a 40-yard turf field, recovery center, group fitness classes (including spin and hot yoga), saunas and steam rooms, tanning, Bears Pro Shop, interactive kids club and more. On select days during Training Camp, Bears Fit will be offering Hyperice recovery therapies on-site, along with Bears Fit swag and complimentary guest passes.
Bears Crib Club and Kids Club
The Chicago Bears Kids Club, brought to you by Jewel-Osco, and the Chicago Bears Crib Club, brought to you by PNC, are fan programs dedicated to our youngest Bears fans from birth to age 12. Membership is free and includes monthly newsletters with age-appropriate content, invitations to club events, exclusive sweepstakes and more! Visit the Kids Club and Crib Club activation area while you're at Training Camp for a chance to win fun prizes and become a member! More information about the clubs and eligibility can be found at www.ChicagoBears.com/KidsClub.
Bears Den Social
A daily activation for fans to take pictures and interact with the Bears on different social platforms. Experiences include:
- Virtual Reality world to explore the weight room of Halas Hall, the locker room of Soldier Field.
- QB Challenge while "Standing on Soldier Field."
- "You Make the Call" Activity where fans can give their best Jeff Joniak impression and call their very own Khalil Mack Sack!
Bears Mini Monsters Clinic*
Bears Mini Monsters Clinic brought to you by Advocate Health Care is an activity area with non-contact football drills that allow kids to show off their athleticism and football skills. The zone is located inside the Training Camp grounds at the Walter Payton Center and is open daily for kids ages 6-13. Adult supervision for children is required and a waiver must be signed prior to entering the area. Children cannot be left unattended.
Bears Pro Shop
Bears Pro Shop will be open during all hours of operation throughout Chicago Bears Training Camp. Transactions will be cashless - only credit cards will be accepted. The Chicago Bears prefer VISA.
Staley Da Bear, the official mascot of the Chicago Bears, is the all-time funniest, friendliest, fuzziest, funkiest bear in the history of the NFL! Staley's Corner provides fun-filled entertainment for the entire family with a daily photo/autograph opportunity with Da Bear himself, as well as crafts and games! Staley will also be showing off his DJ skills at times throughout the course of camp and offering up some cool competitions such as freeze dance, hula hoop and musical chairs!
*Please note that waivers will be required to enter some areas and participate in various activities at Chicago Bears Training Camp.
ADA seating is available in designated areas around the practice fields. If you or someone you are with needs ADA seating, please go to the ADA booth just outside the Training Camp gates at the corner of Field Drive and Football Drive and ask for assistance.
Advocate Health Care First Aid Station
A First Aid Station will be made available to all guests, courtesy of Advocate Health Care.
Bringing alcohol to Training Camp is strictly prohibited. Miller Lite products will be available for purchase at Camp.
Food and Beverage
Beverages and a limited menu offering will be available for purchase at Halas Hall. Coolers will not be allowed into Training Camp. Food and beverage will not be available for sale at Hawthorn Mall.
In the event weather has the potential to impact practice, the Halas Hall campus may be closed to fans. Ticket holders will be notified via email if the decision is made to close the campus to fans. The health and safety of our fans, players, coaches and all staff is our utmost priority. If the Halas Hall campus is closed due to inclement weather, tickets cannot be transferred to an alternate date.
A private nursing suite will be available for mama bears to comfortably nurse their little ones, courtesy of Advocate Health Care and the Chicago Bears Crib Club.
All attendees must pass a security check upon entry. Bags are subject to search upon entry.
See below for full list of PROHIBITED ITEMS:
- Alcoholic Beverages & Palcohol
- Balloons and Beach Balls
- Bicycles / razor type scooters / motorized personal transportation device
- Cannabis and Cannabis related products and smoking devices
- Cans, bottles, or other beverage containers (water bottles allowed, contents to be checked)
- Cameras with lenses that exceed 3" when fully extended
- Chairs or any seating stools
- Clothing or signage with offensive or vulgar language or that blocks fans' view
- Fireworks, Smoke Bombs, Flares
- Illegal Drugs
- Laser Pens & Pointers
- Noise-making Devices (ie: Horns, Whistles, etc.)
- Opened cans, bottles or other beverage containers
- Pets (animals not deemed to be Service animals with appropriate paperwork)
- Poles of any kind, including selfie-sticks and tripods
- Smoking cigarettes, using smokeless cigarettes, e-cigarettes or chewing smokeless tobacco and vaping Devices
- Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ie: Drones)
- Video or Movie Cameras
- Weapons of any kind
- Any other items deemed to be dangerous or inappropriate
Management and security will have the sole discretion in turning away any items believed to affect public safety. If you have any questions at all about any items you are planning to bring with you, visit ChicagoBears.com and click on the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the page. You can also call our Ticket Sales and Services Team directly at (847) 615-BEAR (2327).
The Bears cannot safeguard items which are not permitted to be brought into the venue. There will be no lockers on premises.
Video recording devices (including cell phones as recording devices) are not allowed. Still cameras with lenses more than 3 inches are prohibited at practice. Fan are welcome to use still photo cameras (with lenses less than 3 inches in length) for your personal enjoyment. Commercial use of any photos taken at practice is prohibited.
Smoking is strictly prohibited. Halas Hall is a smoke free Campus.
Strollers are allowed.
Tailgating will not be allowed at Hawthorn Mall or Halas Hall. Alcohol and glass are not allowed.
Some activities require a waiver to participate. Parents and guests with children 17 and under will be able to sign waivers for minors.
Please follow these instructions to access the digital waivers:
- Download the Chicago Bears Official App brought to you by Verizon
- Tap on More in the bottom navigation
- Tap on Waivers on the resulting screen
- You will be asked to log in using your Chicago Bears Official App or Ticketmaster (preferred) credentials if you are not logged in. If you do not yet have an account, you can sign up for free.
- Select the Waiver that you wish to sign
- Read the waiver language, sign with your finger at the bottom of the screen and submit.
- If you also wish to sign the waiver for a child accompanying you, tap on the square containing the + symbol that reads "Add Children".
- On the resulting screen, read the waiver language, then fill out first name, last name, date of birth and gender fields for the child and check the box certifying that you are the parent or legal guardian of the child. Tap Add Child.
- You will be asked to sign the waiver using the instructions above for each child that you sign a waiver for.
Wellness Tips from Advocate Health Care
At Camp, it's not just the players bringing heat. The sun and high temperatures can get in the way of you enjoying your day. To stay cool, keep these essential tips in mind:
- Drink water before you're thirsty. Notable signs of dehydration include excess thirst, dark-colored urine and feeling dizzy, tired or woozy.
- Protect yourself against the sun. Apply sunscreen with at least SPF 30, and wear a baseball or wide-brim camp, sunglasses and light-colored clothing to help stay cool.
- Recognize the signs of heat-related illnesses. Seek assistance if you experience heat cramps, excessive body temperature, nausea, confusion or trouble breathing.
- And of course, don't forget to wash and sanitize your hands frequently.
- Find more health and wellness tips at Advocate’s health enews