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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.
Lucky wristband No. 3300 started the box office line at Wrigley Field today, and I imagine thousands more of you are sitting in the comfort of your home or office snapping up seats right now.
Tom, Laura and Todd Ricketts served coffee and greeted fans as they waited through the frigid cold to snap up those last tickets to Opening Day and series against the White Sox and Cardinals.
The Ricketts family shook hands and talked to fans for over an hour — and they’re in the same boat as us.
“Hey, we’re getting closer,” Tom Ricketts said. “Opening Day is just around the corner. It’s very, very exciting.
“It’s great to meet the fans because we are fans,” he added. “It’s really natural for us to come out and shake hands and talk to people. The best part of all of that is everyone is just very excited. Everybody just wants to get to the season.”
Though fans were briskly ushered through the Wrigley Field concourse, Tom said he is excited for fans to see the extensive renovations of Wrigely Field.
“We’re doing a lot. Everything we could identify that could be done by Opening Day we really attacked. The best thing is I want to talk to people after they’ve had a chance to see a few games and hope they feel that the changes have been worthwhile. That’s what I’m most excited about.”
Well, I guess we should start the countdown to the home opener: 52 days.
— Sean Ahmed
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