Frequently Asked Questions

I noticed a price increase this year. Why is that?

Winning the World Series in 2016 has made the value of the product go up, and the Chicago Cubs have raised ticket prices for not only season ticket holders like ourselves, but for single game tickets as well. In 2019, we decided to move 21 rows closer to the field, which doubled the price of our tickets. However, that is also why we only have two in the new Field Box area instead of four. But in 2022, we moved even closer to the field, (Section 125, row 1, seats 1 and 2) including getting an aisle seat, which makes the view even better.

How many tickets do I get?

Our season ticket bundle is for two (2) tickets in Section 125 (Field Box), row 1, seats 1 and 2. Check the availability page on our site and click on the tab at the bottom.

Why are the prices different for certain dates verses others?

There are several levels of games at Wrigley Field, ranging from Platinum (for example, a game verses the Yankees) down to bronze (maybe a game against the Pirates on a Tuesday afternoon). The Cubs determine the pricing for the tickets based on the opponent, day game or night game, weekend or weekday, etc.

Where are the seats located?

The two Field Box seats are located in section 125, row 1, seats 1 and 2. Check out the availability page for more.

Is parking included in these tickets?

Parking is not included with these tickets, however, there are plenty of inexpensive areas in Wrigleyville for parking. If you find a place that people can park and you want to share it with others, please do so on our Facebook page!

How do I get the actual tickets once I pay for them?

Starting in 2017, we have decided to go with only eTickets to save time and mailing costs. Once you pay for your tickets, unless otherwise noted, we will email you the directions on getting the electronic tickets to the email address on file with PayPal. You will need the MLB Ballpark App to use the eTickets. You can download the app here. You can also download the PDF tutorial here.

Is it true that Wrigley Field is cashless?

Yes. Wrigley Field is a cashless venue. From retail and concessions to in-seat vending and tickets for the Cubs Charities 50/50 Raffle, all purchases are cashless. Payment includes a credit card, debit card or mobile wallet (e.g., Apple Pay, Google Pay).

Can I bring bags to Wrigley?

Sort of. Prohibited bags include backpacks (including clear bags), bags larger than 16x16x8 inches, hard-sided coolers (regardless of size) and luggage. Accepted bags include bags that are smaller than 16x16x8 inches, soft-sided coolers that are smaller than 16x168x inches, medical bags and diaper bags that accompany guests with young children. All bags are subhect to inspection.