Chicago Football Classic Discount Tickets

Chicago Football Classic Discount Tickets

About Chicago Football Classic Discount Tickets

  • One G-Pass to see the Morgan State University Bears take on the Howard University Bison in the Chicago Football Classic
  • When: Saturday, September 26, at 3:30 p.m.
  • Where: Soldier Field
  • Door time: 2:30 p.m.
  • Ticket values include all fees.

Seating Options:

  • $12 for one seat in sections 351–353 or 321–323 ($24.69 value)
  • $16 for one seat in sections 202–203, 215–216, or 302 ($33.40 value)
  • $22 for one seat in sections 303–307 or 311–315 ($44.43 value)
  • $30 for one seat in sections 308–310 ($55.25 value)

About Chicago Football Classic Discount Tickets

On September 26, Soldier Field will resound with cheers from a different assemblage of football fans as Morgan State and Howard meet up for the 18th-annual Chicago Football Classic. This yearly clash of rotating HBCU teams features the Bears and the Bison, who are rivals from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Though these two squads have never met in the Chicago Football Classic, they did play in 2014. The Bears won that match-up 38–35 en route to a conference title, so the Bison will be hungry for vengeance. At halftime, the schools’ marching bands will keep the crowd cheering with a Battle of the Bands waged via intricate choreography across the turf rather than by launching water balloons from tuba bells.

Head to Groupon here for the deal or go HERE to sign up.

Groupon is a deal-of-the-day website that is in major markets in the United States.

Here’s how it works:

1. Each day they feature something cool to do at an unbeatable price in your nearest big city.
2. You only get it if enough people join that day… so invite your friends. If you get the deal it’s for amazing savings on products.
3. Check back the next day for another awesome Groupon
4. Print out the Groupon and take it to the business and you get your discount.

Hubs and I have been using Groupon a lot to get savings on food and website deals. We end up saving at least 50% for things we would have bought anyway.

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