2021 Cubs Tickets
The Chicago Cubs rank among the most popular teams in all sports and are beloved by millions of baseball fans across the glove (including a couple in our offices at TicketCity). The Cubs fan base includes plenty of hardcore fans, but also plenty of fans who adopted the former "Loveable Losers" because the strong brand of the Cubbies. Their draw is so strong that people making a trip to Chicago in the Spring or Summer will inevitable look to see if their visit coincides with a Chicago Cubs home game.
The biggest Cubs home games are typically day games on the weekend, as the vibe at Wrigley is hard to beat during a beautiful afternoon. Although there are lights at Wrigley now, so expect equally big crowd for Thursday & Friday evening games. The strongest demand for Cubs tickets comes whenever they face their crosstown rivals the White Sox. The Cubs vs White Sox match-up divides the Second City as every native has to declare their loyalty to one of their two hometown teams. An equally popular series each year is the intense division series against the nearby St. Louis Cardinals. Other big home games for the Cubs include whenever the Red Sox, Dodgers or Yankees are playing in Chicago.
Cubs Opening Day Tickets
The biggest Cubs home game of the regular-season is almost always their home opener. Opening day at Wrigley Field is almost a religious experience for many of the fans who make it a point to attend every single season. Cubs opening day means that baseball is back in Chicago and the cold Winter is done. Fans who want a truly memorable MLB experience should make the trip to Wrigley for 2021 Opening Day.
Cubs 2021 Playoff Games
The Cubs play in one of the toughest divisions in baseball, the NL Central. That means that Chicago has to finish ahead of Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh and St. Louis in the division, or earn a Wild Card berth into the 2021 MLB playoffs. Cubs fans show up in huge numbers for post-season baseball at Wrigley whether it is for the Wild Card game, the NLDS, NLCS or World Series. There have only been a few Cubs World Series games in modern times and demand for tickets was stronger than any other market in the country.
Cubs Spring Training Games
The Chicago Cubs play their Spring Training games at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona. Cubs Spring Training games start in late February and run up until Opening Day, so many fans from Chicago take the opportunity to escape the Winter cold in the Windy City by attending a Cubs Spring Training game. Sloan Park is one of the larger stadiums in the Cactus League with a capacity of near 15,000 fans. It is located just a few minutes outside of Phoenix near Tempe and 12-15 minutes from Phoenix Sky Harbor airport. See the full spring training schedule.