The Bleachers are general admission and are considered to be one of the most popular sections at Wrigley Field.
The seat numbers on your tickets are irreverent during the regular season. Since the seats are general admission, you do not have to purchase all of your tickets at the same time. If you need 8 tickets and find a great deal on 4 tickets, then purchase the 4 pack immediately. The remaining 4 tickets can be purchased later and your entire group can still sit together. However, during the playoffs, the Bleachers have assigned seating.
Depending on the game, fans tend to line up outside for upwards of 3+ hours before the gates open. Front row seats are excellent seats and are worth lining up hours ahead of time. Season ticket holders in the Bleachers are allowed inside Wrigley before the general public via the ‘VIP Gate R’ entrance.
The Bleachers aren’t the best seats to take a family with children, as the language and fan behavior can become obnoxious. If you want a quiet atmosphere, the Bleachers are not for you.
In 2012, the Cubs introduced Dynamic Pricing for the Bleachers. This means ticket prices change daily based on weather, quantity of tickets remaining, and opponent. Prices will never dip below season ticket prices.
Ticket prices for the 2013 season vary by game date.
Bleachers: $19-$69. Prices may rise above $69 due to Dynamic Pricing.