1/22 Cubs ticket packages on sale Friday

The Cubs will offer themed 6-Game Packs, 10-Game Packs and 14-Game Flex Packs to celebrate 100 years of Wrigley Field. The packages feature Opening Day, Wrigley’s 100th birthday celebration, rivalry matchups with the White Sox and Cardinals, as well as Interleague games against the Yankees, Rays and Orioles. These multi-game packs will go on sale at http://www.cubs.com/packs on Friday at 1 p.m. CST.

* Cubs 6-Game Pack
The Cubs 6-Game Pack provides a choice of four different pre-selected, six-game plans, with each option tailored to different interests. Options include the “Wrigley 100 Pack,” featuring the 100th birthday of Wrigley Field April 23, along with games from five other decade-themed homestands. The “Sunday Family Day Pack” features retro toy giveaways and opportunities for kids 13-and-under to run the bases post-game, while the Cubs will wear throwback jerseys from each decade being celebrated. The “Summer Six-Pack” features six summer dates from June through August, and the “Opening Day Pack” includes Opening Day, Wrigley Field’s 100th birthday and a Crosstown Cup matchup with the White Sox.

The Cubs 6-Game Pack is available in both the Budweiser Bleachers and the reserved seating bowl of Wrigley Field. Fans must order the same number of tickets for each of the six games in their package. Prices start at just $111 before City and County Amusement taxes for a “Wrigley 100 Pack” in the Upper Deck Reserved Outfield section, with other prices varying based on plan and location. No service fees will be charged for the Cubs 6-Game Pack.

* Cubs 10-Game Pack
The Cubs 10-Game Pack provides a choice of four different pre-selected, 10-game plans. Options include the “Decades Bobblehead Pack,” with each game featuring a unique bobblehead celebrating a historic event from Wrigley Field history; the “Wrigley Field Throwback Pack” featuring all 10 home dates of throwback jerseys, including Wrigley Field’s 100th birthday game; the “Nights and Weekends Pack” comprised entirely of weekend and night games, including a matchup with the White Sox; and the “Rivals Package” featuring matchups with division rivals, the White Sox and an Interleague game with the Yankees.

The Cubs 10-Game Pack is available in both the Budweiser Bleachers and the reserved seating bowl of Wrigley Field. Fans must order the same number of tickets for each of the 10 games in their package. Prices start at just $201 before City and County Amusement taxes for a Cubs 10-Game Pack in the Upper Deck Reserved Outfield section, with other prices varying based on plan and location. No service fees will be charged for the Cubs 9-Game Pack.

* Cubs 14-Game Flex Pack
Fans looking to customize their ticket package can choose the Cubs 14-Game Flex Pack with no online service fees on http://www.cubs.com/packs. This package allows fans to select from three Marquee games, such as Opening Day, matchups with the Yankees and summer weekend dates vs. the Cardinals, plus 11 additional games from each month throughout the season. Overall, fans can select from 44 total games when purchasing the Cubs 14-Game Flex Pack.

Tickets may be purchased online through http://www.cubs.com/packs, or by calling the Cubs Ticket Office at 1-800-THE-CUBS.

4 Comments

why bother…..these tickets will be below market value later this year.

I won’t buy a single ticket till I see some results…. ownership and management need to realize they can’t just sit back and reap in the profits… its time to move forward. It costs money to be good. Plain and Simple… and if the RTO won’t let them generate more money then I say MOVE!!! Im a Cubs fan not a Wrigley fan or Chicago fan or Wrigleyville fan….. I wanna see a winning team play and contend for something other than a top 5 pick

To bad we wont see you this year Petrey. I will be going to several ST games, as well as going to Vegas for both and plans to fly out to Wrigley a couple times this year.
Looking at the Organization as a whole, I am very happy with progress Management has made for future sustained success. I will also be at all Cub games in Phoenix and may take a trip to Denver and LA.
If I get the chance, I might even go to ALBQ NM to see the IA Cubs play the Isotopes, managed by Damon Berryhill this year.
Since Hendry has left, the Drafts have been excellent. The trades of Dempster, Soto and Garza to the Rangers has added depth to the systems pitching. Possibly provided a 3rd Baseman for the next couple years or more.
This years Draft the Cubs get the 4th pick every round, I look forward to it very much.

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