The Chicago Cubs are often referred to as the “Lovable Losers”, due to their long World Series drought, but that doesn’t stop their loyal fan base from filling their home-park, Wrigley Field. The team has origins that date back to 1876, and are one of only two remaining charter members of the National League. Despite the championship drought, the Cubbies have two World Series titles in their history, 1907 and 1908. Since then the franchise has wallowed in mediocrity.

Year after year, tickets to Cubs games are among the most sought after on the secondary market. Throughout the MLB season, the Cubs will appear among the top ten sport events in TicketNews’s Top Event Rankings. The team can credit their success in ticket sales to loyal fans as well as many people want to experience a baseball game at the historic Wrigley Field.

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Chicago Cubs deny season ticket renewals to alleged resellers
In a move being described as a means to ensure fans are the ones purchasing and using their season tickets, the Chicago Cubs have announced that the club will be revoking nearly 1,000 season tickets from about 40 customers following allegations that those individuals were scalping their tickets. With... Read more
Another lost season for Chicago Cubs ticket sales
It appears as if a 103rd consecutive championship-less season has finally exhausted the patience of Chicago Cubs fans. The Cubs are mired in fifth place in the NL Central with a 30-44 record through Wednesday, June 22, kept out of the basement — both in the division and overall... Read more
Chicago Cubs, brokers struggle with slow early season ticket sales
No matter how hexed the Chicago Cubs might seem to be — their championship drought is at 103 years and counting — the one thing the club could count on through the years was packed crowds at historic Wrigley Field. But bad April weather, a mediocre team, a lagging... Read more
Chicago Cubs ticket sales could suffer on the primary and secondary market in 2011
The Chicago Cubs have once again descended into a disappointing, non-playoff season, with fans frustrated and longing for the promised build-up of the team that still seems so far away. And this week, the club’s new chairman, Tom Ricketts, discussed the likelihood that next year’s player payroll will be... Read more
Arizona legislators consider ticket surcharge to help Chicago Cubs build spring training stadium
The Arizona state legislature will abandon plans to help subsidize construction of a new Chicago Cubs spring training facility through a rental car tax, but legislators will continue their efforts to impose a ticket surcharge on all spring training games in order to help the Cubs build their new... Read more
Chicago Cubs experience some ticket-selling woes
Despite their popularity and playoff hopes, the Chicago Cubs seem to be having some trouble selling tickets in this unfavorable economic climate. The baseball team returned to Wrigley Field recently for a six-game home series that began yesterday, August 11, against the Philadelphia Phillies and ends August 16 against... Read more
Chicago Cubs, Eric Clapton tickets on sale this week
Tickets to upcoming concerts from Eric Clapton as well as tickets for the 2009 Chicago Cubs season are on sale throughout the week ending February 21 as compiled by Ticket News. The week’s onsales begin with tickets for several of country superstar Kenny Chesney’s upcoming concerts, including stops in... Read more
Chicago Cubs Spring Training, New York Giants Playoff tickets on sale this week
Tickets for upcoming Chicago Cubs Spring Training games as well as tickets for upcoming play-off appearances from the New York Giants are on sale throughout the week ending January 10 as compiled by TicketNews. The onsales are quite favorable to sports fans this week. On sale Tuesday morning are... Read more
Chicago Cubs accused of ticket resale
Few subjects in the ticketing industry have been able to hit the nerves of fans and brokers alike, but one of them is the idea of artists, promoters or sports teams scalping their own tickets. Now comes word out of Chicago that their beloved Cubs may be doing just... Read more