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Gates open 2 hours before game time, and during that first hour, all food and non-alc. beverages are 25% off at the "hard" concession stands. (not at the portable kiosks, carts or walking vendors).
Turn left just after entering through the main gate to buy CUBS CASH with your credit card - and be able to buy all the hot dogs and beer you want with "monopoly" money without leaving your seats!
The only thing Rickets is right. Granted she is beautiful park. The enjoyment was lacking, it needs to be more open to see everything. Well go to Sox Park seeing is believing. The fireworks add to it.
Such a legendary field, 2nd oldest left in the Bigs. My favorite stand was definitely Decade Dogs, where they have the TBT of hot dogs every game #dogdaysofbaseball
Sit in the 400 level (between 412 and 429) for great unobstructed views of Wrigley, and get a Chicago Dog (w/ grilled onions, tomatos and celery salt) from the stand behind home plate. It's fantastic.
1st time to Wrigley Field, go by fan services as early as possible & ask for a 1st time cert., it has a photo of the field, who the Cubs are playing and they write in your name and date, super cool!
They number the Aisle and not the sections. So walk down your Aisle look left if you have a seat with three digits look right if your seat has 1 digit. Very smart! You never walk down the wrong aisle
Wait until first pitch then ask at the ticket window to refresh their system for "best available" tix. Often VIP/media tix get turned back in and you can be seated in awesome seats for face value.
Home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team! A historic venue to catch a game whether in the stadium or from a nearby rooftop. Both must do's! Checkout the Wrigleyville neighborhood bars & restaurants.
Every first time Wrigley visitor should have to sit out in the bleachers...its unlike any experience in baseball. If sold out, try for the 1stbase line where the seats start to curve into the outfield
Bleachers not ready until mid and late May for 2015. About 1,000 bleacher seats season-ticket holders can choose to get a refund for games before May 11, a credit or relocate to the grandstand.
Classic American landmark you should not miss on a trip to Chicago. Great summer adventure. Be sure to watch for the workers in the classic scoreboard as they switch out the boxes.
If you're a smoker, you can smoke outside the Captain Morgan club (aim for the end of the 1st base line in the concourse). You have to be 21, can't exit with a drink, need a hand-stamp & ticket stub.
This is a stadium I've always wanted to visit. I finally did and it was disappointing. The sight lines are horrible and the concessions have little options. Chicago needs a newer, modern ballpark!
A must for any baseball fan, visited from Texas and immediately fell in love with the ballpark. No glitz and glamour like modern ballparks, but a simple, incredible atmosphere.
The atmosphere is one of the best in sports but the field/stadium itself is in horrible condition. Drinking an Old Style and eating a hot dog is a must do on everyones bucket list.
The 2nd oldest ballpark in the world, Wrigley Field still uses its original scoreboard from 1937. The scores and the pitchers' numbers are changed by hand. How’s that for saving energy?
Get your hotdog at a little stand by the front gate (just inside, veer right) for grilled onions and other great fixins. Much better than getting it from a walking vendor.
If you go on a stadium tour on a day that the Cubs don't play, then you get a much expanded your that includes the visitor clubhouse, press box, and Cubs dugout!
What can I say besides the fact that its Wrigley Field, wonderful place to catch a game. A shrine to baseball! My kids also got to run the bases, can't too that!
So why do I have to go to the main concourse for a frozen daiquiri or margarita? 😁🍹 Cellular Field has a margarita guy IN THE AISLES! For the WIN!
Beware, the bleachers can get pretty rowdy-heckling opposing teams' fans, drunks chasing homeruns, and bachelorette parties of 10 wearing feather boas and spilling their beer on you
Wrigley Field is a little slice of Americana. First timers should go and get a certificate to mark their first visit. Enjoy Wrigley, just be careful about wearing an opposing team jersey.
Really cool historic field that has so much charm to it! Add in the neighborhood and you got yourself a great area of Chicago
Wrigley has free bag check if you're trying to catch a game before a flight. Just ask at the gate, they'll tag it and take it right there. Awesome, seamless service!
Don't go to the nacho stand behind section 204. It took them over 10 minutes to "make" my nachos after I ordered them and people that ordered the same thing after me got theirs before I did!
#Cubs #beer Not a fan of these "new" Jack Daniel's barrels with no seats on Upper Deck patio. Good news: New for 2014- Goose Island Green Line Pale Ale on draft there.
Built in 1914, the "Friendly Confines" was host to Babe Ruth's alleged "called shot" during the 1932 World Series. Lights were added to the ballpark in 1988.
Tickets keep getting more expensive. If you don't mind the shade, go for the terrace reserved seats. Still a jewel.
If you stay in the CBD - get the train on the red line to Addison - it's a superb way to see the city of Chicago. Also get tickets for the game on Wrigley field rooftops.
One of my top two stadiums to visit. I would say pick a day game and sit in the bleachers, grab an Old Style.
Not a bad seat in the house! But take cash if you sit towards the top and be prepared to walk all the way to the ground floor for the bathroom.
While you're here be sure to take note of the famous marquee sign, and make sure you see the famous ivy covered walls! #1 ballpark in charm & character!
Wrigley’s outfield shrubbery is a combo of Boston Ivy & Japanese Bittersweet. Reach in, and you might find a “Save Ferris” sticker, a pair of Harry Caray’s glasses & Andre Dawson’s Hawk feathers.
I love this stadium! But you'd better hold on to your ticket stub! If you go the bathroom, they may not let you back in without your stub!
One of the band's favorite things to do in Chicago is catch a game at Wrigley Field. During Lollapalooza weekend, we went to a game and Andrew threw out the first pitch.- MGMT @whoismgmt
If you catch a visitor home run, throw it back to home plate at 96mph to become the next Cubs pitcher. It helps if you're 12, also if your recently broken arm healed w/ superhuman strength.
Most incredible place to see a Baseball Game. Favorite seat is second deck behind home plate. Take the Wrigley Field Tour if you get the chance. Great Time.
Head all the way upstairs to find the Jack Daniel lounge for an affordable boozy drink. That's also where the Chicago dogs are hidden!
Wrigley Field was the first ballpark that let fans keep the foul balls and home runs they caught. Hometown rivalries aside, there's nothing like some spring baseball to close out the school year.
Our concierge Catherine at Sax Chicago says sitting in the Bleachers is great, regardless of who they play. The Field is lovingly called “the biggest bar in Chicago.”
Go to captain Morgans. Get your hand stamped. Free to go in and out of the park as you please. Make sure you keep your game ticket ad you will need it to get back into the game.