2017 Cubs Convention to go on sale this Friday


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Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports
Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

CHICAGO – Individual weekend passes for the 32nd Annual Cubs Convention will go on sale to the general public Friday, November 18, at noon CST. As the preferred payment of the Chicago Cubs, fans using a Mastercard can participate in an exclusive Mastercard Presale starting at 10 a.m. in advance of the general on-sale. A limited number of passes are available for purchase through the Mastercard Presale.

Each weekend pass is $108 plus convenience fees and is valid for all three days, January 13-15, at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. A limit of four passes may be purchased per household. Passes will be available for purchase by visiting www.cubs.com/convention or calling 1-800-THE-CUBS.

The 2017 Cubs Convention will celebrate the 2016 World Series Championship with players, coaches and alumni for a weekend of autograph opportunities, engaging panel sessions, traditional fan-favorite activities and much more. The 2016 World Series Trophy will be on display throughout Cubs Convention weekend.

A portion of the proceeds from Cubs Convention benefits Cubs Charities. To date, Cubs Convention has raised more than $4 million for Cubs Charities.

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