How do I coordinate my group outing with the Chicago Cubs?
The Group Sales team can help you coordinate the ideal group outing for any occasion. A member of the Group Sales team will be available to help you select where your group is seated, how your seats are arranged and provide details on exclusive group opportunities for the 2018 season. You can contact the Group Sales team by calling 773-404-4242 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When can I purchase 2018 Chicago Cubs Group Tickets?
2018 Group Tickets go on sale Thursday, December 7, and can be purchased by calling our Group Sales team at 773-404-4242 or emailing email@example.com.
What methods of payment are accepted for Chicago Cubs Group Tickets?
The Cubs accept Mastercard (preferred by the Chicago Cubs), Visa, Discover, and American Express. In addition, orders paid with a check can be mailed to the Chicago Cubs Ticket Office at 1060 W. Addison St., Chicago, IL 60613. Please note full payment is due at the time of order.
Will my group receive special recognition at the Chicago Cubs game?
Through the Cubs' Group Leader Benefits program, qualifying group members can receive on-field experiences, in-game scoreboard messages and other fun gifts and opportunities. Please contact the Group Sales team for details.
Where can our group park on a gameday?
Fans are strongly encouraged to use public transportation going to and from Cubs games. The Cubs will continue to offer free remote parking at 3900 N. Rockwell St., just east of the Chicago River and accessed from Irving Park Road. This lot includes free shuttle service to and from Wrigley Field. Services begin 2.5 hours before the first pitch, and returning shuttles board postgame and run approximately one hour after the end of weekday games and two hours after weekend games.
Busses are offered complimentary staging on Irving Park Road between Clark and Seminary. Drivers must remain with their vehicle. Prepaid bus parking passes are not available in 2018. For ADA drop-off needs, please contact your Group Sales Representative.
What types of experiences are available for special interest groups or community organizations?
The Cubs host various Community Nights throughout the season. Groups such as teachers, healthcare professionals, police, fire and scouts have exclusive games devoted to their organizations. Complete details can be found at Cubs.com/CommunityNights or by contacting your Group Sales Representative.