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Chicago Cubs information
The beloved, beleaguered Cubs plays at Wrigley Field. It has been more than a century since the team won the World Series, but that doesn't stop fans from coming out to see the games. Ticket prices vary, but in general you'll be hard-pressed to get in for under $35. The popular bleacher seats cost around $55.
Buy tickets at the Cubs’ website or Wrigley box office. Online ticket broker StubHub (www.stubhub.com) is also reliable. The Upper Reserved Infield seats are usually pretty cheap. They’re high up, but have decent views. No tickets? Peep through the ‘knothole,’ a garage-door-sized opening on Sheffield Ave, to watch the action for free on game days.