The health and safety of our fans, players and associates is the top priority of the Chicago Cubs and Major League Baseball (MLB). The Cubs believe MLB’s decision is in the best interests of the safety and well-being of the public and the game of baseball. We hope to play baseball at Wrigley Field as soon as possible and will continue to work in close coordination with MLB, Illinois Governor JB Pritzker, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and public health agencies to ensure we make the best decisions to protect public health and safety.
We recognize our fans have a variety of questions; however, given the unprecedented nature and fluidity of the situation, we appreciate your patience as we work diligently to navigate this rapidly evolving situation. We will continue to share information with our fans through a variety of channels as soon as it becomes available, including Twitter (@cubs) and www.cubs.com.
When will the 2020 season start?
Following updated recommendations from the CDC restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks, the opening of the 2020 regular season will be pushed back in accordance with that guidance. MLB will keep fans updated on decisions regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead.
How will the schedule be adjusted for the 2020 season?
MLB is preparing a variety of contingency plans in concert with clubs regarding the 2020 regular season schedule. MLB will keep fans updated on decisions regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead. As we navigate through this rapidly evolving situation, we will make every effort to promptly notify you as changes are officially made to the MLB regular season schedule.
What is happening with Cubs tickets for the 2020 regular season?
MLB will keep fans updated on decisions regarding plans for the 2020 schedule in the days and weeks ahead. In coordination with MLB, we will share communications directly with ticket buyers as soon as possible through a variety of channels, including email, Twitter (@cubs) and www.cubs.com.
What is happening with MLB & Mitel Present London Series 2020 tickets?
The Mitel & MLB Present London Series scheduled for June 13-14 between the Cubs and Cardinals has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Tickets purchased through Ticketmaster and London Stadium will automatically be refunded in full, including any ticketing service charges paid. Further information and FAQ can be found at mlblondonseries.com/faq.
What is happening with Cubs tickets for Spring Training?
All Spring Training games as of Thursday, March 12, have been canceled. Specific ticketing information was provided directly to ticket holders. Please contact Fan Services at 800-THE-CUBS or [email protected] with any questions.
Are Wrigley Field Tours still operating?
The Wrigley Field Tours program has been suspended, for the time being. Specific ticketing information was provided directly to ticket holders. Please contact Fan Services at 800-THE-CUBS or [email protected] with any questions.