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The Cubs announced details regarding the purchase of single game tickets for the 2013 season on Wednesday. Tickets go on sale at the Wrigley Field ticket office on Friday, March 8, starting at 8 a.m., two hours before online and phone sales begin. Fans interested in obtaining tickets in person before 10 a.m. must participate in a wristband procedure.
A random wristband system will be used to determine who may purchase tickets at the Wrigley Field ticket office before online sales begin. Numbered wristbands will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on Sunday, March 3, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday, March 4, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Captain Morgan Club. The winning numbers will be announced on WGN Radio and at cubs.com on Wednesday, March 6, at 8 a.m. Single game tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. for the general public.
Starting at noon on Wednesday, March 6, fans can buy tickets at a 20 percent premium—or 15 percent for buyers using a MasterCard—during the MasterCard Pre-Sale via cubs.com.
Fans can also purchase tickets via cubs.com and by telephone (800-THE-CUBS) starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 8.
For updated ticket pricing, please visit cubs.com for more information, or call the ticket office at 773-404-4242.
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On Tuesday, the Cubs announced the sale of their popular six-game and nine-game packs, featuring tickets to the Wrigley Field home opener against the Milwaukee Brewers, rivalry matchups with the Chicago White Sox and St. Louis Cardinals, and many summer weekend and promotional giveaway dates. The ticket packages go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 10 a.m. CST.
The six-game pack provides fans with a choice of pre-selected games, with each option tailored to different fan interests. The Bobblehead Pack offers fans tickets to four games featuring bobblehead giveaways. The Early Weekend Pack features six Friday afternoon games, with some promotional dates included. The Topps Baseball Cards Pack will offer dates at which fans can secure a complete 82-card set of specially created Cubs Topps baseball cards, featuring current and former Cubs greats. The Prime Pack includes games against division rivals and interleague matchups. And finally, the Cubs offer fans two separate versions of Sunday Family Packs, where children 13-and-under can run the bases after the game. Prices start at $116 and there are no service fees.
The nine-game package allows fans a little more customization. Package holders will have the opportunity to choose two marquee games as well as a choice of seven other games throughout the season. Overall, fans can select from more than 50 games. Tickets are available in both the Budweiser Bleachers and the reserved seating bowl. Prices start at $129 and there are no service fees.
To order tickets, visit http://www.cubs.com/packs, or contact the Chicago Cubs ticket office at 773-404-4242 for questions.
Wristbands for Friday’s ticket lottery became available earlier today, and we’ve already seen fans streaming in to make their first Wrigley Field visits since last season. For those of you interested in buying tickets in person at the Wrigley Field box office, you’ll need to grab a wristband either today (until 10 p.m.) or tomorrow (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.). The order of wristbands, via a random drawing, will be announced Friday morning, shortly after 6 a.m.
You can also grab tickets either online (cubs.com) or by phone (866-652-2827) when they are made available through those means at 10 a.m. on Friday.
Click the link below for full details from the official press release for Friday’s on-sale date.
So do you have your eyes on any particular games this season? Personally, I’m looking for one in particular … Opening Day against the Rockies on April 13.
– Sean Ahmed