Posted on 25 February 2011 by Lou
Cubs tickets to the 2011 MLB schedule go on sale to the general public at 8am on Friday February 25th at Wrigley Field. The winning wristband number was 01937. The first person in at 8am will get to buy tickets to all Chicago Cubs homes games at Wrigley Field for the upcoming season. Tickets will then become available online at cubs.com and over the phone starting at 10am. Tickets to games against the Yankees in June and to the White Sox over the 4th of July weekend will set out quickly. The August weekend series against the St. Louis Cardinals will likely sell out quickly too.
Good luck Cubs fans!
Posted on 19 February 2010 by Lou
Chicago Cubs tickets to all games go onsale today at 8am at Wrigley Field. At 10am, Cubs tickets will then be made available for purchase online or over the phone. Get your tickets soon before they are all gone.
In order to purchase your tickets at Wrigley Field, you needed to obtain a wristband at Wrigley Field on Wednesday or Thursday of this week. The Cubs announced the winning wristband number this morning at 6am.
You can purchase up to a maximum of 42 tickets at Wrigley Field. There is a 6-ticket limit per game.
Online and over the phone, there is also a maximum ticket limit of 42 tickets for the 1st weekend (2/19-21). Internet and phone orders are limited to 1 game per order of up to 6 tickets.
Good luck – a lot of the big series (6/11-13 White Sox; 6/18-20 Angels; 7/15-18 Phillies; and 7/23-25 Cardinals) are sure to sell out quickly!
Posted on 19 February 2009 by Lou
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Posted on 05 February 2009 by Lou
The wait is over. With the 2007 AND 2008 playoffs sweeps behind us, now it’s time to get ready for your 2009 Chicago Cubs. There are some old faces and some new faces, and one tough, yet lovable Manager in Lou Pinella. The Cubs will surely be considered a heavy favorite to win an unprecedented 3rd straight NL Central Division title. But we all know that predictions and favorites mean nothing when you are dealing with the Chicago Cubs franchise.
Will Milton Bradley endear himself to the right field bleachers fans in 2009? Will The Ricketts family finally bring that elusive World Series Title to the North Side of Chicago? Will Ronnie Woo-Woo still make it to every game inside the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field? Unfortunately, we probably only know the answer to one of those questions, so we’ll just have to wait and see for ourselves during the glorious 2009 MLB season.
Tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, February 20th at 8:00AM at the Wrigley Field Box Office. A random wristband lottery system will be used to determine the order in which Cubs fans will be able to purchase tickets to the upcoming season.
At 10:00AM on Friday, February 20th, tickets will go on sale through the Cubs website at www.cubs.com and over the phone – 800-843-2827 for Illinois callers and 866-652-2827 for out-of-state callers.
Chicagoland Tickets.com outlets will also be authorized to start selling Cubs tickets at 10:00AM on Friday, February 20th.
There will be a 42-ticket limit for Cubs tickets sales during the opening weekend of sales. Customers can purchase up to 6 tickets per game, with a maximum of 7 games purchased.
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