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.

Chicago Approves Wrigley Rooftop Ticket Sales; Tickets $350 and Up
Chicago Cubs fans will be able to watch their team play live and in-person when the Major League Baseball season kicks off later this month – with a catch. Rather than within the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, the fans will be viewing the action from bleachers atop roofs... Read more
Cubs, White Sox Offer 5 Percent Interest To Season Ticket Owners
At a time when baseball fans are demanding refunds for unusable tickets, the MLB’s two Chicago-based teams are offering an alternative. Both the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs are reportedly offering season ticket owners 5 percent interest payments for any games that they miss out on this year.... Read more
Cubs Season Ticket Prices Dropping Slightly In 2020
The Chicago Cubs revealed this week that their season ticket price will drop slightly over the next season by an average of 2.5 percent. Individual game prices will increase in several categories, but additional games in lower-priced tiers will bring the overall cost down. Bronze and Silver tiers will... Read more
Cubs Fans Disappointed Over Team’s Decision To Put ‘Revenue Over Loyalty’
Chicago Cubs die-hard fans are feeling left out after they were unable to renew their longtime seats due to the team’s new private Catalina Club – a premium suit on the upper deck. Catalina Club members now sit in section 400 upper-deck seats behind home plate. Members are able... Read more
Chicago Cubs’ Musical ‘Miracle’ To Premiere This Spring
The Chicago Cubs made history when they won the World Series in 2016 – their first championship title in 108 years. Now, fans can experience the excitement again in a new musical, Miracle, which is set to premiere on stage this May. The play revolves around a typical blue... Read more
Dodgers, Cubs Take No. 1 Spot On Tuesday Best-Sellers
Yesterday’s baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Chicago Cubs took the top spot on Tuesday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. The  New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox game this Friday followed, along with upcoming games Philadelphia Phillies v. New York... Read more
MLB All Star Game Steals No. 1 Spot On Wednesday Best-Sellers
The MLB All Star Game, also known as the “Midsummer Classic,” will commence next month, taking the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list according to sales data from Ticket Club. Men’s College World Series followed with the No. 2 best-selling event of the day for the game between... Read more
Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic Tour Takes No. 1 Spot On Sunday Best-Sellers
Bruno Mars  took the top spot on yesterday’s best-selling events list as he heads out on his 24K Magic World Tour, according to sales data from Ticket Club. This September, the popstar will begin his tour in Denver, Colorado and will run through November, closing in Honolulu, Hawaii on November... Read more
NHL Stanley Cup Finals Steal Top Four Spots On Thursday Best-Sellers
The NHL Stanley Cup Finals continue to dominate the best-sellers list with multiple upcoming games, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Hockey games this weekend and next week took the first four spots, followed by the NBA Eastern and Western Conference Finals. Other notable sports events include the... Read more
Chicago Sports Teams Battle Against Proposed Tax Hike
A proposed increase to the tax charged on tickets sold for concerts at venues seating over 1,500 people in the city of Chicago is meeting some stiff resistance from an unlikely source – professional sports teams. All five of the “second city” franchises oppose the measure, which would raise... Read more