If you or someone you know is heading into Soldier Field this Sunday for the Bears Vs. Packers game, you might be interested to know that there will be free rides offered to and from the game.

DNAInfo reports that Miller Lite and the CTA have teamed up "to give Bears fans free rides before, during, and after the team's season opener Sunday."

The CTA will give away free rides out of the Roosevelt Stationfor four hours after the Bears game. No CTA fare cards will be necessary to ride.

Also, "from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Miller Lite will shuttle Bears fans to and from Soldier Field on game day via double-decker bus that will make the following Downtown stops. Click here to see the list of stops.

Miller Lite is also partnering with Uber to offer fans who use the ride-sharing app up to $25 off their trip after the game.

Miller Lite also plans to shuttle fans for the September 20th game, when the Bears host the Arizona Cardinals.

Wow! that's pretty cool. Think if you rode the train in then you could hop on those free shuttles or CTA rides straight into the game. Save you some coin and no headaches of dealing with driving, traffic and parking.

I think that's pretty awesome of the CTA and Miller Lite to offer the free rides.

You know maybe the CTA might want to think about doing that for the Blackhawks game. I think that's a splendid idea.