The Chicago Bears have launched an auction site that will include game-worn and game-used memorabilia, autographed items and various fan experiences. The auctions will be conducted throughout the year on the team’s free app. Proceeds from the auctions will benefit Bears Care, the team’s charitable arm.
- A game-worn Leonard Floyd navy jersey from the “Thursday Night Football” contest vs. the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sept. 28, 2017
- An authentic game coin tossed at midfield by Referee Jeff Triplette prior to the 2017 home opener
- An official NFL football autographed by Bears lineman Kyle Long and his father, Hall of Famer Howie Long
- Autographed footballs and photos and other items
- A VIP table for 10 at the 2018 Miller Lite Chicago Bears Draft Party on Thursday, April 26, at Soldier Field, including gift bags, beverage credit and meet-and-greet with a current Chicago Bears player
- A visit to Halas Hall for two to meet new Head Coach Matt Nagy and attend the Brian Piccolo Award Ceremony on Tuesday, April 24
The Bears Care Auction allows users to view, bid and watch items they are interested in. Fans will receive a push notification alerting them when they win an item or are outbid. Users can also donate directly to Bears Care through the auction feature.
Fans with the Chicago Bears Official App can access the auction feature by tapping on “More” followed by “Bears Care Auction.” There will be a one-time registration process (users should not need to log into the auction again unless they’ve actively logged out). Auction items will be added periodically throughout the year; users are encouraged to turn on push notifications via their app settings so they are notified when new items are available. The Chicago Bears Official App is available for Android and iOS devices. To download, search for the “Chicago Bears” app in Google Play or the Apple App Store.