For your reference, here is the Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field Seating Chart:
You know there’s no better place in the world to watch a baseball game than historic Wrigley Field but you may not be certain where those tickets you’re thinking about buying are located. This chart will show you all the categories of seating at Wrigley Field for Cubs games.
Prices for tickets to games vary by seat position as well as by game. The Chicago Cubs instituted a somewhat confusing ticket price system based on the “level” of the game. All games are rated as “Premium, Gold, Silver or Bronze”.
Basically, this means that if the Cubs are playing someone “popular” or “good” then the tickets will cost more. So you’re definitely going to pay more to see the Cubs play the St Louis Cardinals then if you see the Cubs play the Washington Nationals. Actually, you’re going to pay 2-3 times more. Kind of sucks but nobody has claimed that a “Day at the Old Ballpark” is “affordable” in quite some time. Not since the Cubs became “competitive” at least.
But hey, you really CAN’T BEAT a “Day at the Old Ballpark”. Wrigley Field is the BEST place to be on a hot summer day or night and tickets are in HIGH DEMAND so if you want to go, just buy your tickets before they’re gone, BECAUSE 99% of CUBS GAMES SELL OUT.
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CLICK HERE for the 2009 CHICAGO CUBS HOME WRIGLEY FIELD SCHEDULE