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2024 Chicago Cubs vs Arizona Diamondbacks Tickets

  • The Chicago Cubs vs Arizona Diamondbacks game(s) listed here include the date, time, location, and venue for each one. There are 8 game(s) available to purchase tickets.
  • The next Spring Training - Chicago Cubs at Arizona Diamondbacks (Split Squad) game is in 13 days on Friday, 03/08/2024 at 1:10 PM. It is being played at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick in Scottsdale, AZ. There are currently 1051 Spring Training - Chicago Cubs at Arizona Diamondbacks (Split Squad) tickets available starting at $32 per ticket.
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2024 Cubs vs Dbacks Tickets

The Chicago Cubs and Arizona Diamondbacks are two of the more popular teams in baseball, even though they were founded over 100 years apart. The Cubs started playing baseball way back in 1870 and the Diamondbacks did not start playing until 1998. Both teams play in the National League, with the Cubs representing the NL Central and Dbacks the NL West. Cubs vs Diamondbacks tickets are always in high demand as the winner typically is in position to earn a NL playoff spot. The Dbacks and Cubs face each other at both Wrigley Field and Chase Field. Don’t miss this great game; get your Chicago Cubs vs Arizona Diamondbacks tickets today! TicketCity offers tickets for all 2024 MLB Games, so we are a reliable source for baseball fans looking for Dbacks vs Cubs tickets.

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Wrigley Field Tickets

Ranked among the most famous sports venues in the United States is Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. Wrigley is the home venue for the Chicago Cubs baseball game. The venue also hosts some marquee concerts and an occasional college football or hockey game. Wrigley Field first opened over a century ago in 1914, and has been primarily a daytime baseball stadium for most of its illustrious history.

Wrigley Field is often referred to as "the friendly confines" and fans attending a game there will feel like they are stepping back in-time as the design of the ballpark harkens back to venues of the past. Fans sitting in the outfield bleachers drinking an Old Style beer may feel like they have gone back decades to when major league baseball was the most popular sport in the country. Wrigley and Fenway Park (in Boston) are two of the only baseball stadiums left who have those decades old roots.

The capacity at Wrigley is just over 41,500 for a big baseball game, although attendance can be larger for a concert where chairs are placed on the field. Wrigley has field level seating and a upper-deck. The field level includes the Club Box seats in Sections 1-32 and the Field Box seats that are just behind those including Sections 101-134. The Terrace level and Upper Reserved including the the 200, 300 and 400-level section numbers. A popular area to sit for a Cubs home game is in the outfield bleacher seats, which sit behind Left, Center and Right Field. Many fans attending a Cubs home game will tell you those Bleacher seats are among the most fun place to sit in baseball. For more events in the Windy City, check out our Chicago events guide.

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Chase Field Information

Chase Field was completed in 1998 to house one of the newest teams in Major League Baseball, the Arizona Diamondbacks. The towering structure is one of the few venues in the MLB with a retractable roof, which uses two 200-horsepower engines and more than four miles of cable to open or close in only four and a half minutes. With a capacity of 48,569, the ballpark has ample seating and spectacular sightlines that allow fans to get a great view of the action. Chase Field is also the first and only ballpark in the Majors to feature a pool. Located behind the fence in right-center field, the pool seats are some of the most sought-after tickets on the market and they have been the recipient of countless home run balls over the years.

The designers of Chase Field wanted to eliminate any obstructed views, and amazingly, nearly 85 percent of the ballpark's seats are located between the foul poles. The ballpark is also home to one of the most impressive video boards in all of the professional sports. The giant video board is located in the center field and is the widest display system in the MLB. Measuring 136 feet wide and 46 feet tall, the high-definition LED board can produce up to 4.4 trillion colors. Additionally, in 2007, the Diamondbacks installed an LED ribbon display that circles around the entire second deck of the stadium. At 1,119 feet, it is one of the largest in Major League Baseball.

As one of the largest structures in downtown Phoenix, Chase Field is surrounded by a plethora of bars, restaurants, and nightclubs that fans can enjoy before and after the game. The building is also linked up to Phoenix's public transportation system and also offers approximately 18,600 parking spaces within a 15-minute walk of the ballpark.

Chase Field was the site of the Diamondback's first and only World Series title in 2001 when the squad knocked off the heavily-favored New York Yankees. Since then, the team has extensively scouted new players and now field one of the youngest and most talented teams in the National League. After winning their division in 2011, the Diamondbacks have set their sights on recapturing their previous World Series magic and bringing another title home to the Phoenix faithful.

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