The new Chicago Bears regime is off to an odd start. They had a solid overall NFL Draft and filled some glaring holes. But they’ve also had three players arrested, all of which were brought on by new GM Ryan Poles. Then the NFL forced them to cancel a practice due to a CBA violation. Now, they’ve angered hundreds of Bears fans by canceling training camp tickets right after allowing them to return to Halas Hall.
Did Chicago Bears Fans Break The Website?
When tickets for the Chicago Bears training camp went on sale yesterday, their website had a sort of malfunction and crashed. They oversold tickets for certain dates that had already sold out. Friday evening, the Bears sent out emails informing those fans that their orders had been canceled.
Bears Training Camp Dates Left Available
The Bears claim there was a system error and additional tickets for already sold-out dates were allowed to be purchased. They are allowing affected fans special access on Monday, July 11, to acquire tickets for the dates remaining using the promo code: CBCAMP. But the offer is only valid until Tuesday, July 12.
- Tuesday, August 2
- Wednesday, August 3
- Wednesday, August 10
- Thursday, August 11
- Monday, August 15
Nevertheless, the weekend dates that many fans block out to attend the Bears training camp are already sold out. The only remaining dates available are during the week and many fans will not be able to attend now.
Furthermore, to make up for the mishap, the Chicago Bears are offering fans a one-time 50% discount on any purchase at the Pro Shop at Halas Hall. Fans need to only produce their name and email address associated with the training camp ticket order.
But to expedite the process and ensure your discount, it’s advised to take a screenshot of the email.
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