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Old Aug 7, 19, 7:28 pm
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"United Club" at sports stadiums (such as Chicago Soldier Field, ...)

1) My ticket for November 10 Bears-Lions game in Chicago says "United Club" under "Entry Info". I guess that's the name of the 2nd tier of seats? I see that there is also a "United Club" there, but I guess it's not a UC as we are accustomed to at airports? Maybe it's just a stadium club that United has bought naming rights to? Anyone in Chicago familiar with this?

2) Will I be conscious into 2nd quarter wearing a Lions jersey?
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Old Aug 7, 19, 7:32 pm
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😂😂
1. Yes, itís a stadium club and far nicer than any UC!
2. You should be fine as long as youíre not obnoxious. The United level is fairly refined. Head to the opposite side and up to the 400 level and your health risk increases.
If you were wearing a Packers jersey, the calculus changes!😱
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Old Aug 7, 19, 7:41 pm
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Old Aug 7, 19, 8:25 pm
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I hope the Lions do well this year. Much preferable to the Packers or Vikings. Just not quite as well as the Bears do!🐻🏈
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Old Aug 8, 19, 7:30 am
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Originally Posted by tcdtcd View Post
I hope the Lions do well this year. Much preferable to the Packers or Vikings. Just not quite as well as the Bears do!🐻🏈

Da Bears!!!
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Old Aug 8, 19, 9:14 am
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United also has naming rights to the club level at Mile High Stadium. It's just like any club level of any arena/stadium.

https://www.denverbroncos.com/ticket...nitedclublevel
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Its very old, but feels relevant: Any Perks for Club members at the United Club at Soldier Field?

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Go Lions! (Yes, there are still a few of us left.)
Detroit Football: "rebuilding since 1957"
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Old Aug 8, 19, 11:20 am
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Its very old, but feels relevant: Any Perks for Club members at the United Club at Soldier Field?...Detroit Football: "rebuilding since 1957"
Very relevant. I would've done a search if I had recalled the Soldier Field club be mentioned in the past... Thanks!

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Old Oct 31, 19, 6:13 pm
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UC at New Chase Center in San Francisco

At the New Chase Center where the Golden State Warriors play, there is a United Club. I asked if a Lifetime UC member was allowed access, but I was told NO, it's for the PREMIUM SEAT holders to use.
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Old Oct 31, 19, 6:21 pm
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Originally Posted by sf4dfish View Post
At the New Chase Center where the Golden State Warriors play, there is a United Club. ....
THese are "club level" rooms at various sport stadiums and are not a the airport United Club system.

Anoter example is the UA Named Official Airline of San Francisco 49ers and Leviísģ Stadium

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Old Oct 31, 19, 6:34 pm
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You need to pay more and get into the stadium's Polaris lounge. It's much nicer and has showers (in my experience, though, many football fans never take them).
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Originally Posted by sf4dfish View Post
At the New Chase Center where the Golden State Warriors play, there is a United Club. I asked if a Lifetime UC member was allowed access, but I was told NO, it's for the PREMIUM SEAT holders to use.
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You need to buy a ticket that includes 'club access' (I think these are mostly the lower bowl sections 101 - 106?). You can hang out in the lounge, and walk down to your seat to watch the game. I do not think food / drinks are included.

https://www.nba.com/resources/static...portal-map.png

The Modelo Club, on the other hand, is available for $55 / person, payable prior to entry. Includes some light food and bottomless Modelo...

United is the official airline, United Airlines Scores as New Official Airline of the Golden State Warriors (as of 2016)

https://hub.united.com/united-offici...567373318.html

Chase card holders do get some benefits: Chase Card benefits at Chase Center (Warriors, Events, San Francisco)
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