Chicago Cubs fans wanting season tickets no longer need to hold off until their name comes up on the waiting list.
The Cubs released season tickets to the public Monday, including a new 20-game plan with seats available in the field box outfield, upper box infield, upper box midfield and upper box outfield sections. Fans also can purchase a 40-game plan or full season tickets.
The Cubs created a waiting list for season tickets around 2003, and during the team’s peak seasons it could take a few years for fans to reach the top. The Cubs anticipate they will need the list again in the near future.
For now, though, anyone can buy season tickets while there is inventory this offseason.
“We do have a limited amount of season tickets still remaining,” Cale Vennum, senior vice president of Marquee 360, which oversees Cubs ticketing, told the Tribune. ”W...