Cubs multi-game packages to go on sale


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Dennis Wierzicki - USA Today Sports
Dennis Wierzicki - USA Today Sports

CHICAGO – Beginning Tuesday, November 28, Chicago Cubs fans can get first access to some of the hottest matchups of the 2018 season by purchasing multi-game packages before single game tickets go on sale Friday, February 23.

The Cubs 8-game packs and Cubs 14-game flex pack are the team’s most extensive ticket offering of the holiday season, featuring tickets to popular summer, Friday and weekend games. Fans also can catch rivalry contests with the Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, St. Louis Cardinals, as well as Interleague matchups with rare visits from the Minnesota Twins, Detroit Tigers and, for the first time since the 2016 World Series, a rematch against the Cleveland Indians.

Cubs 8-game packs and Cubs 14-game flex pack go on sale at noon CST Tuesday, November 28, at www.cubs.com/packs.

Cubs 8-game packs
Cubs 8-game packs provide a choice of four pre-selected, eight-game plans, with each option tailored to different fan interests. Options include the “Friday Pack,” featuring eight Friday games; the “Sunday Pack,” featuring eight Sunday games; the “Rival Pack,” featuring matchups with the Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and NL Central Division rivals; and the “Summer Pack,” featuring games during the summer months of June, July and August.

Fans must order the same number of tickets for each of the eight games in their package. Prices start at $231 in the Upper Deck Reserved Outfield before service fees and City and County amusement taxes, with other prices varying based on plan and location.

Cubs 14-game flex pack
Fans looking to customize their ticket package can choose the Cubs 14-game flex pack. This package allows fans to select from two Diamond tier games, which include Interleague matchups against the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers, and other exciting matchups throughout the season. Prices start at $320 in the Upper Deck Reserved Outfield before service fees and City and County amusement taxes, with other prices varying based on plan and location. Overall, fans can select from 79 total games when purchasing the Cubs 14-game flex pack.

The Cubs 8-game packs and Cubs 14-game flex pack are available in select options in the seating bowl and Budweiser Bleachers.

Tickets may be purchased online through www.cubs.com/packs, by calling 800-THE-CUBS or by emailing fanservices@cubs.com. Mastercard is the preferred payment of the Chicago Cubs.


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