Chicago is one of the top sports town, so what better way to celebrate the holidays than with a Chicago sports experience.
Membership to the Chicago Bears Kids Club and Chicago Bears Crib Club is free and includes invitations to special events such as a Movie Night at Halas Hall. You can also buy exclusive Kids Club branded items or tickets to the Dec. 24 game.
The Chicago Bulls play four 2:30 p.m. tipoff Family Day Games for the first time. The new Family Pack scores you a ticket, hot dog, non-alcoholic drink and chips for $25 each. Expect special interactive activities and family-friendly performances.
Give your future Stanley Cup champion the gift of ice time with the Chicago Blackhawks Holiday Camp at the new MB Ice Arena. Kids 6-13 get on- and off-ice training from top-tier coaches as well as team play. Blackhawks alumni will be on-site and the camp jersey is sure to become a new fave.
Make your Sundays family fun days to remember with Chicago Wolves Family Sundays afternoon games. The first 1,000 kids to enter Allstate Arena on those game days receive a free pass to awesome Chicago institutions. There’s also free face-painting, sign-making and postgame autograph sessions.
Kick off the 2018 season at SoxFest Jan. 26-28. Two-night SoxFest hotel packages are available and kids’ passes (only $10!) include access to children’s autograph sessions, kids-only Q&A sessions and an interactive play zone. mlb.com/whitesox/fans/soxfestWhite Sox 2018 Kids Club memberships are also a hit because they include tickets and access to early batting practice.
Cubs Destinations packages make the coolest gifts. All include a ticket to two Cubs games, optional hotel accommodations, and a pregame VIP meet-and-greet reception with a Cubs player. Also enjoy a VIP ballpark tour, a leather gift bag, concierge service and trip photos. Talk about the best present ever.
Clark’s Crew and Newborn Fan Club packages are also irresistible gifts.
Chicago Fire Soccer School sounds like a great way for kids with fancy footwork to spend their winter school break. Plus, Chicago Fire has provided an exclusive $10 discount to Chicago Parent readers with code ChicagoParent10.