To coordinate your outing, the Chicago Cubs recommend speaking with a Group Sales Representative to discuss the best seating options, promotions and extras for your group. Youll have control over where your group is seated, how your seats are arranged and learn about exclusive group opportunities for the 2015 season.
Group tickets go on sale Tuesday, Jan. 20, at 9 a.m. and can be purchased by calling your Group Sales Representative or (773) 404-4242.
The Cubs accept all major credit and debit cards (Mastercard, Visa, Discover, American Express). Orders paid with check can be mailed to Chicago Cubs Ticket Offi ce 1060 W. Addison St., Chicago, IL 60613 with the attached order form. Full payment is due at the time of order.
Through the Cubs Group Leader Benefi ts program, qualifying group members can receive on-fi eld experiences, in-game scoreboard messages and other fun gifts and opportunities. Please refer to page three for details.
Fans are strongly encouraged to use public transportation going to and from Cubs games. The CTA Red Line provides direct service to Wrigley Field via the accessible station at Addison Street. During night and weekend games, the Cubs will provide free parking and shuttle services from 3900 North Rockwell St. located just east of the Chicago river immediately south of Irving Park Road. Services begin approximately 2.5 hours before fi rst pitch and drop off at Wrigley Field.
Refunds will be accepted on up to 10 percent of your order, provided that the tickets are returned at least 10 days prior to the game. There will be no refunds on discounted tickets.
The Cubs have an extensive schedule of Special Events and Theme Nights available throughout the season. Groups such as Youth Baseball, Police/Fire and Girl Scouts have exclusive games devoted to their organizations. Complete details can be found at cubs.com/specialevents or by contacting your Group Sales Representative