Cubs slightly reduce season ticket prices
Even though more than 2.8 million fans came to Wrigley Field during the Cubs' first 100-plus loss season since 1966, the front office decided ticket prices didn't match the on-field product.
The Cubs sent out invoices to season ticket holders Tuesday that reflected a slight decrease in prices for 2013. While average ticket prices have been lowered 2 percent, bleacher tickets, on average, have been lowered 10 percent. One of the bigger changes is fewer marquee-level games (13 in 2012 down to nine in 2013), the most expensive pricing tier. For the second consecutive year, season ticket holders will pay an average of $1 to $2 less per game than individual game tickets in the same location.
However, bowl seating tickets didn’t experience a great change. Six pricing sections were lowered $1 to $8, while one increased by $1. Terrace reserved outfield seats (lowered $114) and upper deck outfield box seats (lowered $352) featured the greatest price cuts. The cheapest season tickets for 2013, in the upper deck reserved outfield section, cost $1,457 before the 12 percent amusement tax.
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