We’re a little over a month away before team’s report to their training camps and it feels like time is starting to come to a crawl. After the Chicago Cubs turned some heads during the 2015 campaign, it’s safe to assume that all eyes will be on them.
That’s totally not a Tupac Shakur reference.
As soon as this team started picking up momentum which resulted in several winning streaks that at one point, reached nine games — ticket prices began to increase across every outlet.
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It didn’t matter if you were a fan of the opposing team looking to take in the beautiful park which is Wrigley Field, or someone looking to attend their first Cubs game. Prices on the internet were going through the roof.
Especially from people who owned season tickets and were selling individual seats to select games. So instead of waiting around and hoping to find a steal, take advantage of five ticket packages that are available via the Chicago Cubs official website.
Now, the first package, which just so happens to be titled the ‘Promo Pack’, does not guarantee promotional items. As we all know, it depends on how many people show up ahead of time.
The team’s who will be visiting Wrigley Field during those promotions are in the same order as the items listed above — Atlanta Braves (Sat., Apr 30), Arizona Diamondbacks (Fr., Jun 3), Cincinnati Reds (Wed., Jul 6), Miami Marlins (Mon, Aug 1), Milwaukee Brewers (Tue, Aug 16) and the San Francisco Giants (Sat, Sep 3).
And then you have the next four being the ‘Friday Pack’, ‘Sunday Pack’, ‘Rival Pack’, and the ‘Holiday Pack’ which the names speak for themselves.
Friday offers the Colorado Rockies, Washington Nationals, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, Seattle Mariners, and Milwaukee Brewers in April, May, June, July, and September.
Sunday consists of the Nationals, Pirates, D’backs, Texas Rangers, Giants, and Brewers with two games coming in May and September.
Of course, you have the N.L. Central making up most of the Rival Pack with the Chicago White Sox thrown in the mix. But this time around, they added the New York Mets to the list following the National League Championship Series.
This specific match-up will more than likely air on ESPN since the series opener falls on a Monday.