The ‘85 Bears. The Bulls of the mid-90s. The Blackhawks now. Without even going too far back in the annals of sports history, Chicago sports fans have been fortunate enough to see some of the best teams ever in their respective sports call the Windy City home.

So perhaps it’s no surprise that one of the greatest sports cities in America also has some of the greatest ways to watch a game, too (especially if you have a smaller wager on the action, too, of course) Fans feel that betting on their beloved teams brings more passion and heart to the game, if you want to know how you can bring out your inner passion check out this guide to the best online sportsbooks – it will give you all the information you need about how to get started. 

All of Chicago’s major sports teams have multiple top VIP exclusive suites, and below we’ve made a list of our five favorites.

Budweiser Bleacher Suite at Wrigley Field

When you think of great views at historic Wrigley Field, you probably think of sitting on top of the apartments across Waveland in left or out where the party is above the outfield. However, less well-known (and a happy medium between both those seats) is the Budweiser Bleacher Suite.

The coziest confines in Wrigley are found perhaps in centerfield’s Budweiser Bleacher Suite. (Source:

Situated in the batter’s eye just above the center field wall, this climate-controlled suite provides

a one-of-a-kind view with unlimited food and beverages from a private bar, HD TVs, and high-

and low-top tables that can seat you and up to 100 of your pals comfortably.

Heineken Second Star Club at TOYOTA Park

Out in the ‘burbs in Bridgeview you’ll find a world-class sporting experience that’s still extremely wallet-friendly at TOYOTA Park, home of Major League Soccer’s Chicago Fire. Only about 10 years old, there’s not a bad siteline in this 20,000-seat soccer-specific park, but one view that might be a little better than the rest is from inside the Heineken Second Star Club luxury suite.

Caption: Soccer is a classy game, and the Chicago Fire’s Heineken Second Star Club allows you to watch the Beautiful Game in a classy setting.
Caption: Soccer is a classy game, and the Chicago Fire’s Heineken Second Star Club allows you to watch the Beautiful Game in a classy setting. (Source:

Located at midfield, high-rolling Fire supporters will enjoy seats modeled after those in sports

cars, an exclusive VIP food and drink menus that are constantly rotating, a state of the art A/V

system, and of course an unbeatable view of the action on the pitch.

Vidanta Resorts Theater Boxes in the United Center

Fans with the right connections and/or the right amount of spare change in their pocket enjoy Blackhawks and Bulls games from the Vidanta Resorts Theater Boxes in the United Center. Located on the east side of the arena, these premium luxury suites sit you just 28 rows from the court or ice, and just feet from two private bars and all-you-can eat cuisine from the Chef’s Table.

High-rolling Bulls and Hawks fans watch the theater that is pro sport unfold from the United Center’s Theater Boxes. (Source:

The theatre-style boxes are leased yearly by contract. Although there is currently a waiting list,

signing on to a multi-year deal grants you tickets to all Blackhawks and Bulls games as well as

to other special events such as concerts and the Big Ten Conference Tournament.

Assurance Club at Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field has always been known as the “The Friendly Confines”, but the luxury Assurance Club that sits down the third-base line takes that nickname a large step further. With access available in season ticket sets of 2, 4, and 6, the Assurance Club is an indoor-outdoor paradise for all corporate Cubbie fans.

Only the classiest of Cubs fans make it to a game in Wrigley Field’s Assurance Club. (Source:
Only the classiest of Cubs fans make it to a game in Wrigley Field’s Assurance Club.

Concierges will bring you just about anything you desire from the suite’s private top-shelf bar

and catering service as you sit in climate-controlled leather seats and watch the Cubs

resurgence to baseball relevance. And for those early or late season games where the lake

effect weather can still make things a bit nippy, you’ll have the luxury of heated lamps keeping

you warm.

Zurich Skyline Suite at Soldier Field

Despite being one of the smaller NFL stadiums, the Bears’ Soldier Field still offers some immense VIP suite experiences for those that are privy enough to access its exclusive Zurich Skyline Suite. An experience in itself, the suite is over 7,500 square feet of flat screen TVs and complimentary food and beverage from the suite’s upscale buffet and carving stations.

Posh Bears fans enjoy watching the Monsters of the Midway from the comfort of the 7,500+ square foot Zurich Skyline Suite. (Source:

Like any good outdoor suite in Chicago, the Zurich is climate-controlled but also has open-air

windows that can let in the sun during those warmer September home games. Your rear

especially won’t be cold later in the season, as every Zurich suite seat is extra-wide and comes

with its own drink holders. Access to these $9,300 per seat tickets comes when you sign a five-

year contract deal (another $5,000 per account) and will have you greeted by a Bears alumni

member every game.


Been following Chicago sports for many years. I have ties to Rockford, Illinois however have since been displaced in North Carolina far from Illinois. I am still an avid fan despite the geographical complications in following my teams. I am known as the internet’s #1 Rex Grossman connoisseur

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