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great game, venue, excitement from the crowd

United Center – Chicago

We were so excited to see the Bulls play and win! Great seats are a must and we had them.

United Center – Chicago

The seats were better than expected! Took my son and a few of his buddies . and they had a blast!

My seat was great

United Center – Chicago

My experience was excellent I had great seats got something free from Benny I had a great time

By Shirin Khairkhah

United Center – Chicago

It was my first every game going to a basketball game and I absolutely loved it. It was very entertaining and I enjoyed it very much. I also caught a shirt and got a hotdog sign to distract the other team( Mavericks) I really appreciated being able to go.

United Center – Chicago

Easy to look up, pay, and show tickets on my phone.

United Center – Chicago

Fantastic experience at the United Centre at my first Bulls game!

It was a great experience, the best

United Center – Chicago

I just love the pregame experience, in between the timeouts entertainment and the ball game was very exciting from start to finish.

Worst Seats EVER!

United Center – Chicago

Do not sit Row A behind the Bulls bench – you cannot see a single thing! You pay for the privilege and you cant speak to any one on the bench, waiters step on your feet every 5 seconds and you cant see the court – we ended up moving to empty seats higher up! Such a joke!

United Center – Chicago

We have been to a Boston Celtics game that was amazing. you gave them a run for the money!

Strobe lights that never end.

United Center – Chicago

Some of us can’t be around strobe lights/flashing lights. The game featured non-stop strobes going off to support the photography system at Chicago Stadium. Caused a migraine headache for me. The nice folks at the stadium made an accommodation to move me, but the migraine ruined the day. There should be plain and straightforward warnings when before purchasing a ticket to an event with strobes/flash lighting.

Chicago Bulls at the United Center

The United Center, home of the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks, is the largest arena in the United States. Construction began in April 1992, and the building officially opened its doors on August 18, 1994. Since its opening, the United Center has hosted over 200 events each year with over 55 million guests. The arena has undergone significant renovations in recent seasons, adding modern technology, new seats, a host of new bars, clubs and restaurants, and the East Atrium expansion. The United Center Atrium houses the Michael Jordan Statue, Box Office, Madhouse Team Store, Mad West and more and is a hub for locals and guests from around the world to gather and celebrate Bulls fandom.

Chicago Bulls History

The Chicago Bulls joined the NBA at the start of the 1966-67 season, finishing with the best-ever record posted by an expansion team and establishing themselves as the only first-year club in league history to make the playoffs. The team went on to assemble a number of hard-nosed squads during the early to mid-1970s, led by the likes of Bob Love, Norm Van Lier, Jerry Sloan, and future Hall of Famers Chet Walker and Artis Gilmore. In fact, those Bulls teams reached the playoffs in seven out of the first eight seasons of the decade. However, the fortunes of the Bulls really took off with the drafting of Michael Jordan in 1984, arguably the preeminent athlete of his era and conceivably the greatest NBA player of all time. The drafting of Scottie Pippen, another future Hall of Famer in 1987, to play alongside Jordan helped set the stage for one of the game’s greatest dynasties.

In the early 1990s, then Bulls General Manager Jerry Krause assembled a deep and talented supporting cast to run with Jordan and Pippen. The Bulls went on a historic tear, stampeding over anyone who stood in their way by winning three consecutive NBA titles beginning with the 1990-91 season and ending in 1993, becoming only the third NBA franchise to string together a trio of championship crowns. After a little more than a year after stepping away from basketball in order to try his hand as a professional baseball player, Jordan returned to the hardwood to lead the Bulls to a fourth title in 1996, and another in 1997 and a third once again in 1998, the Bulls’ second three-peat of the decade and the franchise’s sixth overall.

Today, as they tip off the 2019-20 season, the new-look Chicago Bulls led by high-flying guard Zach LaVine and strongman Lauri Markkanen find themselves on the cusp of creating a number of new and exciting memories for their fans to enjoy all around the world.

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Win Tickets To The Chicago Bulls Greek Heritage Night!

​ United Center – Capacity: 23500

Enjoy a legendary outing at a Chicago Bulls game with Greek family and friends.

Share the excitement of Bulls basketball and the NBA’s leading entertainment experience as the team takes on the Bucks.

Each ticket purchase includes an exclusive Greek Heritage Chicago Bulls hat, while supplies last.

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Hats can be picked up at section 107/108 on the night of the game until the end of halftime.

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