Cancellations will be accepted until Thursday, May 14th, 2020 at 11:59 PM CT Please note, a $200 cancellation fee will be applied after this deadline.
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Customers can also call United Meeting Reservation Desk at (800) 426-1122, Monday-Friday 8am–10pm ET and Saturday-Sunday 8am–6pm ET. Booking fees are waived for meeting reservations. International customers may contact their local United Reservation Desk.
Hotels and Ground Transportation
The Pritzker Forum does not have an official conference hotel. The three-day event will take place at Revel Fulton Market (1215 W Fulton Market, Chicago, 60607) and is easily accessible from the city center via public transportation. The nearest “L” stop to the venue is Morgan Station serviced by both the Green and Pink lines. More information on Chicago public transit can be found at: http://transitchicago.com.
Nearby hotels include:
Delegates traveling to Chicago are responsible for their own transportation to and from the airport and are encouraged to take public transportation from the airport to the city center. The Blue Line runs from the airport to downtown Chicago for a nominal fee of $5 each way.