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Single-game primary market tickets to most Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire games will go on sale on Friday, February 21 at 10 a.m. CT on Ticketmaster. Tickets to the home opener on Saturday, March 21 against Atlanta FC, season tickets and partial plans are currently on sale.
On the secondary market, TicketIQ has seats available for all Chicago Fire home games, and it offers fans a Low Price Guarantee on all sold out Chicago Fire tickets, in addition to Low Price Guarantees on all Major League Soccer tickets. That means that if you find a secondary market ticket for less on a site like StubHub or Vivid, we’ll give you 200% of the difference in ticket credit. TicketIQ customers save up to 25%.
On the primary market, tickets to the home opener start at $19.98 for seats in the 200 Sections and go up to $75 in multiple club sections along the sideline on the 100 and 200 Levels. Club seats include lounge access and other amenities.
On the secondary market, the average asking price for a Chicago Fire ticket is $39, making it the fifth cheapest ticket across MLS. The cheapest ticket is $26 to for a Montreal Impact game, and the priciest is $111 for an LAFC home game. Chicago’s 2020 average is up 8% over last season, and is the third most expensive since 2011, when TicketIQ began tracking data. The priciest season was 2011, when the average was $69, followed by 2018, when the average was $65.
Most home games on the secondary market can be had for $30 or less, including the home opener against Atlanta, which is trending at $28 for the cheapest seats in Middle 254, Row 26 behind the net. The priciest game of the season is August 9 against the Los Angeles Galaxy, or which the cheapest seat is $61 in Lower 140, Row 14 at midfield. The priciest seat for that game has an average asking price of $174 for the same section in Row 13.
Season tickets and mini plans are available via Ticketmaster. Season tickets start at $442 for seats behind the nets, and go up to $1,088 for club-section seats. Season-ticket holders get a discount on seats as compared to single-game tickets, exclusive invites and other perks.
The Fire has several partial plans available, the smallest being the 3-Match Pick ‘Em Plan, for which fans can select any three games and get a seat to the home opener as a bonus. The package starts at $84 for the “Supporter” level, and goes up to $216 for Club Level. There is also 6-Match version of the package.
The Fire also offers a unique digital package called the Access Package. Fans get a ticket to every home game for $15, and tickets are delivered to a mobile device prior to match time.
The Chicago Fire and Soldier Field introduced digital ticketing for season ticket holders in 2017. Digital tickets are available using the Chicago Fire Account Manager, and season ticket holders can exchange or transfer tickets.
The Chicago Fire kicks off its 2020 season on the with three straight road games against Seattle Sounders March 1st, New England Revolution on March 7th and Orlando City SC on March 14th. They finally will have their home opener on March 21st against Atlanta United FC as they make their move to Chicago's historic Soldier Field.
Single-match tickets are not yet available but the team is offering full and partial season packages via primary partner Ticketmaster. Full season plan prices are $225 for Supporter Section seat (renewals only), $310 for Supporter Section (new), $425 for Price Level 3, $510 for Price Level 2, and $850 for Club level seating. They are also offering the all-new Access Package and Flex Package.
Here’s a complete rundown of the 2020 Chicago Fire schedule (Home games in bold):