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Cubs Ticket Packs On Sale Wednesday Afternoon

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Here's your first chance to buy Cubs tickets before the main on-sale date.

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If you don't have Cubs season tickets and are wondering how you might get tickets for games this summer, you have a chance starting at 1 p.m. CT Wednesday afternoon when the Cubs put a six-game pack and a 12-game "flex" pack on sale. Here's what the packs include, via press release from the Cubs:

The Cubs 6-Game Pack provides a choice of four different pre-selected, six-game plans, with each option tailored to different fan interests. Options include the "Summer Six Pack," featuring six Friday games from late May to early September; the "Family Day Pack," featuring Sunday home games with promotional giveaways and opportunities for kids 13-and-under to run the bases post-game; the "Rivals Pack," featuring matchups with the Chicago White Sox and N.L. Central Division foes; and the "Bobblehead Pack," featuring weekend bobblehead promotional games.

Cubs 6-Game Packs are available in the reserved seating bowl of Wrigley Field. Fans must order the same number of tickets for each of the six games in their package. Prices start at just $128 before service fees and City and County amusement taxes for either a "Rivals Pack" or "Family Day Pack" in the Upper Deck Reserved Outfield, with other prices varying based on plan and location.

Fans looking to customize their ticket package can choose the Cubs 12-Game Flex Pack. This package allows fans to select from two Marquee games, such as Opening Night vs. the St. Louis Cardinals or summer weekend dates vs. the Chicago White Sox, plus 10 additional games from each month throughout the season. Overall, fans can select from 49 total games when purchasing the Cubs 12-Game Flex Pack.

"The Cubs and our fans have enjoyed an offseason full of exciting additions to the team, and we’re pleased to now offer Cubs 6-Game Packs and Cubs 12-Game Flex Packs for anyone looking to secure tickets to their must-see matchups before single game tickets go on sale March 6," said Cubs Vice President of Sales and Partnerships Colin Faulkner. "We think fans will be excited about the quality of games and diversity of the plans available through these multi-game packs."

More info on exactly which games are included in each pack is at this link. You can buy tickets via that link starting at 1 p.m. CT, by calling 1-800-THE-CUBS (1-800-843-2827) or by speaking with the Fan Services team at 773-388-8270. Single-game tickets go on sale Friday, March 6.