NFL Draft 2016 tickets
If you want to avoid the fans hailing the NFL's 31 other teams at Grant Park, you can purchase a ticket to the Bears' Miller Lite Draft Party at Soldier Field on April 28. It costs $25 for a general admission ticket, and $45 for reserved seating in the United Club. Attendees will be able to participate in a whole mess of football-oriented activities on the field, grab autographs from their favorite players and be treated to a fireworks show while watching the draft results roll in on the stadium's massive video boards.
If you want to be in the heart of the NFL Draft's action, you don't have to be a prospect. The league is partnering with 1iota to offer a limited number of tickets to seat fillers (they're calling them "Drafted Fans."). You can get put on the waitlist here, and you'll have the chance to win access to the red carpet where prospects NFL players will walk into the Auditorium Theatre while participating in live TV interviews. There are also a limited number of "seat filler" tickets avialable for Thursday and Friday of the draft, as well as access to Selection Square.
Selection Square, situated in a corner of Draft Town, is where all of the draft's magic happens. Representatives from all 32 NFL teams will be manning tables there, phoning in their club's draft picks. Tickets for the area were up for raffle, but fans can still get access if they're tenacious enough to download the NFL's Fan Mobile Pass NFL Draft app and check in at locations across Draft Town. When seats become available, lucky winners will be notified by text message.
Who needs access to the Auditorium Theatre when there are a myriad outdoor activities in Congress Plaza and Grant Park. Chicago's front lawn is set to turn into Draft Town again this year, with fun interactive activities that will make any diehard football fan wet their pants.