Latest ticket prices for Cubs games


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The Cubs will be a hot ticket this season (Patrick Gorski - USA Today Sports)
The Cubs will be a hot ticket this season (Patrick Gorski - USA Today Sports)

Chicago Cubs tickets will once again be a hot commodity as fans hope the North Siders return to championship form in 2018.

Currently, Opening Day tickets for the Cubs are the fifth highest price at $130 on the secondary market behind only the Astros ($136), Indians ($135), and Dodgers ($131) according to TicketIQ.

Surprisingly, the Rockies were listed No. 6 on the list with a $123 price tag to take in Opening Day at Coors Field.

Another interesting ticket tidbit is that the Astros Opening Day tickets after winning the World Series are higher ($341) than the Cubs in 2017 ($308).

Other Cubs ticket information including the most expensive ticket on the secondary market is the Cubs-Cardinals game on Saturday, July 21st while the cheapest game is the Cubs-Brewers on Thursday, April 26th.

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