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After breaking the 108 year old curse, the Chicago Cubs are coming into the 2017 season looking to defend their World Series title. Playing at the famous Wrigley Field, the Cubs are the team everyone is aiming to beat because of their roster filled with stars. Get cheap Chicago Cubs tickets to watch the team fight for the postseason on Rukkus today!

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Where are my seats at Wrigley Field

Using Rukkus’ user friendly and interactive maps feature, you can easily see where in Wrigley Field your purchased seats are. Whether you are sitting behind home plate, next to third base, or in the outfield bleachers, Rukkus’ dynamic map of Wrigley Field allows you to see exactly where your seats will be and the view that you should expect when you arrive at the game.

What makes Wrigley Field special?

Each stadium in the MLB has its own particular icon that makes their venue unique. Wrigley Field is home to one of the MLB’s most recognizable stadium features that truly separates it from any other stadium in the league. From the minute you walk into the stadium, Wrigley Field’s ivy­-covered brick walls in the outfield will catch your eye. Wrigley Field is known for its small dimensions and older features, truly making for an intimate baseball experience. It was not until 2015 the Wrigley Field unveiled stage one of four of the renovation plans for the stadium, which included the addition of a 21st century six thousand foot jumbotron in left center field.

How do I buy the best away tickets for Cubs?

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When do Chicago Cubs tickets go on sale?

The best way to find out when Cubs tickets go on sale is to go directly to the Cubs page and look over their event schedule. All of their tickets that are for sale will be listed by the date of the game. The Chicago Cubs play every day of the week, so finding cheap tickets for sale at Wrigley Field during the week or even for games on weekends is very easy through the Rukkus app.

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2016 Cubs Outlook

The Chicago Cubs had a busy offseason and are currently the favorite to win the World Series in 2016. The Cubs acquired Jason Heyward and Ben Zobrist that will add a lot of talent to this stacked roster. After being swept in the NLCS last season, the Cubs have their eyes on the prize and are looking to come out strong and win it all.

Chicago Cubs Ticket Information

A Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field is a once-in-a-lifetime event. No other sports facility in the world can match the experience that Wrigley Field provides in downtown Chicago. Dedicated Cubs fans dressed in blue loudly cheer on their team in this electric environment. Every true sports fan should have the pleasure of visiting Wrigley Field to see live baseball. Grab your tickets right away!

Part of the magic of a Chicago Cubs game is the exciting team that takes the field. The Cubs boast a talented lineup of young players. This up-and-coming team gives its best effort every day and never disappoints the home crowd. Speed on the bases, power at the plate, and finesse in the field are all staples of this Chicago Cubs team. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the action!

Wrigley Field is Major League Baseball’s most storied facility. Built in 1914, this stadium has stood the test of time and has seen its share of legendary games. There is no shortage of fun activities surrounding the facility, from tailgating outside to visiting historic venues in downtown Chicago. You need to be here to believe it, so get your tickets today!

Thrilling baseball, a beautiful stadium, and a vibrant city are what make Chicago Cubs baseball so much fun. The fan-friendly environment and electric atmosphere in the stadium can’t be found anywhere else. Come watch the Cubs take the field for another day of unforgettable MLB action. Pick up your Cubs tickets now!

Loveable Losers of the Windy City: A Brief History of the Chicago Cubs

The Chicago Cubs trace their roots back to the 1870s and are a charter member of the National League. Playing their home games in the friendly confines of Wrigley Field, the Cubbies can claim one of the most passionate and loyal fan bases in all of MLB. In spite of their lack of success – or maybe because of it – the Loveable Losers continue to pack in the faithful with hopes that maybe this will be their year.

The team actually went through several names through the early years prior to being christened as the Cubs in 1902. That name would stick and the Cubs would enter into an era of prosperity that present day Cubs fans would be hard pressed to believe. Beginning in 1904, the Cubs would win at least 90 games for nine consecutive seasons, exceeding 100 wins four times during the run. From 1906 through 1910, the Cubbies would play in four World Series, winning two of them. The 1906 squad won an amazing 116 games and lost the World Series, but rebounded by winning back-to-back World Series titles in 1907 and 1908. The Cubs would close out the decade with yet another World Series, losing in five games to the Philadelphia Athletics.

It seemed like the Cubs would be in contention every year, but gradually they would fall back to the pack. Outside of an appearance in the World Series in 1918 – a six-game loss to the Boston Red Sox – the Cubbies were no longer a force. After finishing in last place in 1925, the Cubs would open the 1926 season in the re-named Wrigley Field and begin a turnaround that would see a stretch of fifteen straight years finishing above .500. Hall-of-famer Rogers Hornsby, acquired in an offseason trade prior to the 1929 season, helped to solidify the turnaround and Chicago returned to the World Series, falling to the Philadelphia Athletics in five games.

The 1930s opened with the Cubbies still in contention and a season for the ages from OF Hack Wilson, as the fiery Wilson would bat .356 with 56 HRs and 191 RBIs in 1930. Wilson’s 191 RBIs set the mark for a single season, a record that stands to this day. The Cubs would return to the World Series three times in the decade – all losses. Former All-star P Dizzy Dean would join the club in 1938 and although helping them to win the pennant that year, he was a shell of his former self due to injuries.

The club would meander near the middle and bottom of the division for the next several years before turning it around in 1945. 1B Phil Cavarretta and P Hank Wyse led the charge as the Cubbies won 98 games and returned to the World Series. After a decisive 9-0 victory over the Detroit Tigers in Game 1, the Cubs would fail to capitalize on the momentum and go on to lose in seven games, again failing to capture an elusive third World Series Title. Although disappointed by the loss, the Cubbies and their faithful had no idea that this was just the beginning.

The Cubs would enter an era void of any postseason berths for nearly forty years. From 1946 through 1966, the club would only finish three seasons at .500 or better. Hall-of-famer SS Ernie Banks was one of the few bright spots of the era, winning back-to-back NL MVP Awards in 1958 and 1959. The late 1960s would bring a little hope with the arrival of P Ferguson Jenkins and OF Billy Williams. The club would finish above .500 in 1967 and 1968, then challenge for the NL East title in both 1969 and 1970, falling short both times.

The 1970s as a whole would turn out to be a lost decade for the Cubs and they would spend most of it at or near the bottom of the division. Poor management would continue to hamper the club into the next decade and produce similar results. Behind the scenes, GM Dallas Green made several changes and overhauled the roster heading into the 1984 season. The changes proved to be effective and the Cubs soared to a record of 96-65 and won the NL East. A special season that would see 2B Ryne Sanberg win the NL MVP and P Rick Sutcliffe take home the NL Cy Young Award, the Cubbies finally returned to the postseason. They would go on to lose the NLCS to the San Diego Padres in a heartbreaking five games.

The Cubs would return to the NLCS in 1989 on the heels of a 93 win season. Again, they fell short and lost to the San Francisco Giants in five games. The Cubbies and their faithful would again fall on hard times in the 1990s, struggling and out of contention for much of the decade. The 1998 squad would ride the hot bat of slugging OF Sammy Sosa to win 90 games and enter the postseason, a three game defeat at the hands of the Atlanta Braves. They would fail to build on their brief success and struggle through the next four seasons before magic struck again in 2003. The Cubs won 88 games and the NL Central, defeating the Atlanta Braves in five games and setting up a date with the Florida Marlins in the NLCS. Fighting to a decisive seventh game, the Cubbies and their faithful held the lead late in the game and were five outs away from returning to the World Series for the first time since 1945.An epic collapse followed and the Cubs would lose the game 9-6.

The Cubs would win the NL Central in 2007 and 2008 but bow out in the first round of the playoffs for both campaigns. The Cubs would again fall to the back of the pack, but this time the club would use the opportunity to build for the future. Club President Theo Epstein was hired away from the Boston Red Sox in 2011 and began the focus on stockpiling young talent. There is renewed optimism in the Windy City and the offense looks to be loaded for years to come. 1B Anthony Rizzo, SS Starlin Castro and rookie 3B Kris Bryant promise to take advantage of the friendly confines of Wrigley as the club continues their push to return to the postseason and capture their elusive third World Series crown.

Chicago Cubs Lineup

  • Jake Arrieta
  • Dallas Beeler
  • Felix Doubront
  • Kyuji Fujikawa
  • Justin Grimm
  • Kyle Hendricks
  • Edwin Jackson
  • Eric Jokisch
  • James McDonald DL60
  • Blake Parker
  • Neil Ramirez
  • Hector Rondon
  • Zac Rosscup
  • Brian Schlitter
  • Dan Straily
  • Pedro Strop
  • Jacob Turner
  • Carlos Villanueva
  • Arodys Vizcaino
  • Tsuyoshi Wada
  • Travis Wood
  • Wesley Wright
  • John Baker
  • Welington Castillo
  • Rafael Lopez
  • Javier Baez
  • Starlin Castro
  • Mike Olt
  • Anthony Rizzo
  • Chris Valaika
  • Luis Valbuena
  • Christian Villanueva
  • Logan Watkins
  • Arismendy Alcantara
  • Chris Coghlan
  • Ryan Kalish
  • Junior Lake
  • Justin Ruggiano DL60
  • Jorge Soler
  • Ryan Sweeney DL60
  • Matt Szczur
  • Josh Vitters

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Cheap Chicago Cubs Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati Reds — 10/01/2015
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals — 05/05/2015
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Los Angeles Dodgers — 08/28/2016
Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles, CA
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates — 04/20/2015
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates — 04/22/2015
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals — 09/12/2016
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals — 09/26/2017
Busch Stadium; Saint Louis, MO
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates — 09/07/2017
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates — 04/21/2015
PNC Park; Pittsburgh, PA
$3.00 Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati Reds — 09/29/2015
Great American Ball Park; Cincinnati, OH

Best and Most Expensive Chicago Cubs Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$4,917.00World Series: Cleveland Indians at Chicago Cubs - Game 4 - Home Game 2 — 10/29/2016
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$4,657.00World Series: Cleveland Indians at Chicago Cubs - Game 5 - Home Game 3 *If Necessary* — 10/30/2016
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$3,895.00World Series: Cleveland Indians at Chicago Cubs - Game 3 - Home Game 1 — 10/28/2016
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$3,618.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs — 10/25/2017
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$3,051.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs - Home Game 3 (If Necessary - Date TBD)(CANCELED) — 11/01/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$3,051.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs - Home Game 1 (If Necessary - Date TBD)(CANCELED) — 10/30/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$2,933.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs — 11/01/2017
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$2,805.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs - Home Game 2 (If Necessary - Date TBD)(CANCELED) — 10/31/2015
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$2,537.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs — 10/31/2017
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL
$1,846.00World Series: TBD at Chicago Cubs — 10/24/2017
Wrigley Field; Chicago, IL