The 2010 Chicago Auto show will take place at the McCormick Place from February 12 through February 21. The nation’s largest show and the nation’s longest-running show, Chicago is well regarded as the “consumer show.” (According to the CAS blog)
Regular admission to this annual event are as follows:
|Seniors (62 and older)||7|
|Children (age 7-12)||$7|
|Children (age 0-6)||Free|
School groups (this would be a great field trip for your support group, co-op, or other group of homeschoolers):
Student groups of 20 or more will receive a discounted rate of $5 per ticket. This is available on weedays only. Tickets may be ordered in advance by printing out a form and completing it. You may send it via fax or regular mail.
Student and Group Ticket Sales Order Forms:
Other discounts are available on certain days:
|Tuesday, Feb. 16||Women are admitted for $7. Manufacturers will present special women-oriented programs on the purchase and lease of cars and maintenance.|
|Wednesday, Feb, 17,
Thursday, Feb. 18,
Friday, Feb. 19
|Show patrons who bring three cans of food, donated to the Chicago Christian Industrial League; will receive coupons for $7 admission tickets.
Now as for the free tickets . . . If you fill out this form from the Chevy Drives Chicago website and bring the confirmation that you then receive (either via email or printed directly from the site) into a participating Chicagoland or Northwest Indiana Chevy Dealer, you should receive a pair of tickets to the auto show as long as supplies last.