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New Premier Experiences

As part of our ongoing effort to restore and modernize Wrigley Field, we're introducing game-changing new premier experiences. With seats featuring prime views and access to an exclusive club and first-class amenities, our new premier experiences will allow you to enjoy Cubs baseball and America's most majestic ballpark in a whole new way.

All images are artist renderings and subject to change.

American Airlines 1914 Club

Inspired by the inaugural year of baseball's most majestic ballpark, the American Airlines 1914 Club celebrates the rich history of the Friendly Confines in the comfort of a well-appointed space with modern amenities.

All images are artist renderings and subject to change.
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Seats with prime views

Hear the whoosh of the ball. See the swing of the bat. Located behind home plate between the dugouts, these seats are so close to the action you can almost step foot onto the field.

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Unique Food and Beverage Offerings

The American Airlines 1914 Club will feature multiple bars serving premium drinks. Reserve wines will be available for purchase. Unique food offerings inside this club include carving stations, ballpark fan favorites and delectable desserts, on an all-included basis. Members also will enjoy grab-and-go options and dedicated vendors serving traditional ballpark fare directly to their seats at no additional charge.

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VIP Experience

Before, during and after the game, you will enjoy an exceptional experience.

  • Dedicated entrance into the ballpark
  • More comfortable seating
  • Dedicated, private entrance to the club
  • Climate-controlled club with multiple bars and unique food offerings
  • Members-only restrooms located in the club
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First-class amenities and benefits

Your premier experience extends beyond gamedays. As a Premier Client, you will receive VIP treatment year-round, including:

  • Best-in-class customer service with dedicated Cubs representatives
  • Invitations to exclusive VIP events
  • Access to concert and ticket presales
  • Access to pregame batting practice passes and postgame photo passes
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Postseason

There's nothing quite like fall baseball at the Friendly Confines! As a Premier Client, you'll have the opportunity to secure seats to postseason games at Wrigley Field in advance of the general public, subject to the Season Ticket Holder Terms and Conditions.

Future Premier Experiences

The introduction of the American Airlines 1914 Club in 2018 is just the beginning. As part of the 1060 Project, we're planning three additional premier clubs and exciting renovations to our Wrigley Field suites.

All images are artist renderings and subject to change.

Join the Priority List

For your chance to become a Premier Client with club access, join the Premier Client Priority List.

Join the Priority List

Priority List members will have the opportunity to purchase season tickets with premier club access before they are offered to the general public. A $500 deposit secures your place on the Priority List, subject to the Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions.

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What is the Premier Client Priority List?

The Premier Client Priority List is for individuals interested in purchasing season tickets with access to the new premier clubs when they become available. Joining the Premier Client Priority List requires a $500 deposit and is subject to the Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions.

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How can I get more information about the New Premier Experiences and Clubs?

For more information, contact the Cubs Premier Sales Team at 773-404-4200.

The Journey

The making of America's most majestic ballpark ...

Photo courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame Library, Cooperstown, NY.
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1914 – Weeghman Park is built

On March 4, 1914, a groundbreaking is held at Clark and Addison streets for the building of Weeghman Park, the new home of the Chicago Federals of the Federal League.

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1916 – The Cubs move to Weeghman Park

With the folding of the Federal League, Charles Weeghman leads a group of prominent Chicagoans, including William Wrigley Jr., in purchasing the Cubs and moving them from the West Side Grounds to Weeghman Park.

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1919 – Weeghman Park is renamed Cubs Park

William Wrigley Jr. gains controlling interest in the team and the ballpark is renamed Cubs Park.

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1926 – Cubs Park is renamed Wrigley Field

The Cubs' Board of Directors votes to rename the park Wrigley Field in honor of William Wrigley Jr.

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Mid 1930s – Landmarks added to Wrigley Field

In 1934, the Marquee is added above the main entrance at Clark and Addison streets. In 1937, Wrigley Field sees additional changes with a new bleacher installation, planting of ivy on the new outfield wall and the addition of a new scoreboard above the bleachers.

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1958 – Renovation projects begin

The Cubs begin a seven-year renovation project to overhaul ticket booths, ballpark entrances, bathrooms, club offices and seating areas. Another renovation begins in 1967 at a cost of about $3 million. Over the next several years, the entire upper deck flooring is replaced as are most of the grandstand seats.

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1980s – Tribune Company purchases the Cubs

Tribune Company purchases the Cubs for $20.5 million in 1981, ending the Wrigley family’s ownership. In 1988, Wrigley Field becomes the last Major League ballpark to add lights as six towers are installed atop the upper deck grandstand roof. In 1989, 67 mezzanine suites are built along the former site of the press box, radio booth and photographer catwalk.

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2009 – Ricketts family assumes control of the Cubs and Wrigley Field

Now under control of the Ricketts family, Wrigley Field undergoes several renovations beginning prior to the 2010 season. Precast concrete slabs from the 1950s are removed from the exterior of the park, the back of the scoreboard is refurbished for the first time since 1937 and the home clubhouse is renovated.

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2014 – The 1060 Project begins

Structural supports around the ballpark are restored or replaced, bleachers are rebuilt and expanded, and two large video boards are added in the outfield as part of a multi-year restoration called the 1060 Project. For Opening Day 2016, the team receives a new, state-of-the-art clubhouse, and ornamental ironwork, modeled after the original installation in 1922-23, reappears on the exterior of the ballpark.

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2018 – New Wrigley Field premier experiences begin

As part of the 1060 Project, four ticketed premier clubs will be added to Wrigley Field: a home-plate club, a first-base club, a third-base club and an upper-level club. Each of these clubs will provide its members with a space separate from their seat, where they can experience a variety of first-class services and amenities before, during and after the game. The American Airlines 1914 Club, located behind home plate, is scheduled to open by Opening Day 2018. The three additional clubs are scheduled to be completed by Opening Day 2020.

1914 – WEEGHMAN PARK IS BUILT
On March 4, 1914, a groundbreaking is held at Clark and Addison streets for the building of Weeghman Park, the new home of the Chicago Federals of the Federal League.
Photo Courtesy of Chicago History Museum
1916 – The Cubs move to Weeghman Park
With the folding of the Federal League, Charles Weeghman leads a group of prominent Chicagoans, including William Wrigley Jr., in purchasing the Cubs and moving them from the West Side Grounds to Weeghman Park.
Photo Courtesy of Chicago History Museum.
1919 – Weeghman Park is renamed Cubs Park
William Wrigley Jr. gains controlling interest in the team and the ballpark is renamed Cubs Park.
Photo Courtesy of Chicago History Museum
1926 – Cubs Park is renamed Wrigley Field
The Cubs' Board of Directors votes to rename the park Wrigley Field in honor of William Wrigley Jr.
Photo Courtesy of Chicago History Museum
Mid 1930s – Landmarks added to Wrigley Field
In 1934, the Marquee is added above the main entrance at Clark and Addison streets. In 1937, Wrigley Field sees additional changes with a new bleacher installation, planting of ivy on the new outfield wall and the addition of a new scoreboard above the bleachers.
1958 – Renovation projects begin
The Cubs begin a seven-year renovation project to overhaul ticket booths, ballpark entrances, bathrooms, club offices and seating areas. Another renovation begins in 1967 at a cost of about $3 million. Over the next several years, the entire upper deck flooring is replaced as are most of the grandstand seats.
1980s – Tribune Company purchases the Cubs
Tribune Company purchases the Cubs for $20.5 million in 1981, ending the Wrigley family’s ownership. In 1988, Wrigley Field becomes the last Major League ballpark to add lights as six towers are installed atop the upper deck grandstand roof. In 1989, 67 mezzanine suites are built along the former site of the press box, radio booth and photographer catwalk.
2009 – Ricketts family assumes control of the Cubs and Wrigley Field
Now under control of the Ricketts family, Wrigley Field undergoes several renovations beginning prior to the 2010 season. Precast concrete slabs from the 1950s are removed from the exterior of the park, the back of the scoreboard is refurbished for the first time since 1937 and the home clubhouse is renovated.
2014 – The 1060 Project begins
Structural supports around the ballpark are restored or replaced, bleachers are rebuilt and expanded, and two large video boards are added in the outfield as part of a multi-year restoration called the 1060 Project. For Opening Day 2016, the team receives a new, state-of-the-art clubhouse, and ornamental ironwork, modeled after the original installation in 1922-23, reappears on the exterior of the ballpark.
2018 – New Wrigley Field premier experiences begin
As part of the 1060 Project, four ticketed premier clubs will be added to Wrigley Field: a home-plate club, a first-base club, a third-base club and an upper-level club. Each of these clubs will provide its members with a space separate from their seat, where they can experience a variety of first-class services and amenities before, during and after the game. The American Airlines 1914 Club, located behind home plate, is scheduled to open by Opening Day 2018. The three additional clubs are scheduled to be completed by Opening Day 2020.
All images are artist renderings and subject to change.

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FAQ

New Wrigley Field Premier Experiences

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What are the new Wrigley Field premier experiences?

As part of our ongoing effort to restore and modernize Wrigley Field, we're introducing game-changing new premier experiences. With seats featuring prime views and access to an exclusive club and first-class amenities, our new premier experiences will allow you to enjoy Cubs baseball and America's most majestic ballpark in a whole new way.

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How many clubs are you adding as part of the new premier experiences?

We plan to add four new ticketed premier clubs: a home-plate club, a first-base club, a third-base club and an upper-level club. Each of these clubs will provide its members with a space separate from their seat, where they can experience a variety of special services and amenities before, during and after the game.

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When will the new premier clubs be available?

The American Airlines 1914 Club, located behind home plate, is scheduled to open by Opening Day 2018. The three additional clubs are scheduled to be completed by Opening Day 2020.

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What is planned for the first club?

Inspired by the inaugural year of baseball's most majestic ballpark, the American Airlines 1914 Club celebrates the rich history of the Friendly Confines in the comfort of a well-appointed space with modern amenities. This exclusive club features multiple bars serving premium drinks and unique food offerings included in the club membership.

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How do you become a Premier Client with access to the new clubs?

For your chance to become a Premier Client with club access, join the Premier Client Priority List. Priority List members will be in line to purchase season tickets with premier club access as they become available. A $500 deposit ensures your place. To join, click here today. Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions apply.

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How can I get more information about the new premier experiences and clubs?

For more information, contact the Cubs Premier Sales Team at 773-404-4200.

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How can I get more information about the 1060 Project?

For more information on the 1060 Project, visit WrigleyField.com.

Seats with Premier Club Access

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Which seats have access to the new clubs?

With prime views and comfortable seating, Premier Clients with club access will enjoy exceptional experiences. Seats associated with the American Airlines 1914 Club are located between the dugouts behind home plate. Specific seats associated with the additional three premier clubs are being finalized. Season Ticket Holders currently sitting in these areas will be contacted directly and provided specific details a minimum of 18 months in advance of each club opening.

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Will seats with premier club access be replaced or upgraded as part of the new premier experiences?

Yes, Premier Clients with club access will enjoy enhanced, more comfortable seating.

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If my current season ticket seat(s) is associated with a new club, can I purchase my existing physical seat(s) once it's removed?

We anticipate making existing physical season ticket seats available for purchase once they are removed from the ballpark. Additional details will be shared with you closer to the time the physical seats are scheduled to be removed.

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If a new club is tied to my current season ticket seat location, can I keep my seat(s) and decline the new club?

Access to the American Airlines 1914 Club will be associated with seat locations. Seat locations associated with club access will be priced to include the club.

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Do I have an option to relocate to another seat location if a new club is tied to my current season ticket seat location?

As part of the annual relocation process, Cubs Season Ticket Holders will have the option to relocate their seats, subject to availability and relocation policies. In addition to having the opportunity to reserve premier seat locations with club access, Season Ticket Holders currently seated in new premier club seating areas seeking relocation opportunities will be prioritized. Please contact your dedicated Cubs representative to discuss available options.

Premier Club Access and Amenities

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When can Premier Clients with club access enjoy their specific club and its amenities?

Premier Clients with club access will enjoy a space separate from their seat, where they can experience a variety of amenities before, during and after the game. Specific hours of operations are still being finalized.

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Can Premier Clients access their specific club during weather delays?

Yes, you will have access to your specific club at all times while Wrigley Field gates are open.

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How will Premier Clients enter the ballpark and access their specific club?

Premier Clients will be able to enter the ballpark through a dedicated entrance planned near the Wrigley Field Marquee on the corner of Clark and Addison streets. Private entrances are planned for each new club from inside the ballpark.

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What food and beverage offerings will be available in the clubs?

Each premier club will feature food offerings that will rotate throughout the season. Specific food and beverage offerings as well as hours of operation will be communicated closer to the opening of each club.

The American Airlines 1914 Club will feature multiple bars serving premium drinks. Reserve wines will be available for purchase. Unique food offerings inside this club include carving stations, ballpark fan favorites and delectable desserts, on an all-included basis. The American Airlines 1914 Club also will offer grab-and-go options including snacks, bottled water and soft drinks to pick up on the way to your seat.

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Are food and beverages included in the cost of my ticket?

Season ticket seats with access to the American Airlines 1914 Club include food and beverage. This club will feature multiple bars serving premium drinks. Reserve wines will be available for purchase. Members will enjoy unique food offerings, including carving stations, ballpark fan favorites and delectable desserts. The American Airlines 1914 Club also will offer grab-and-go options, including snacks, bottled water and soft drinks.

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Do seats with club access include in-seat food and beverage service?

Seats associated with the American Airlines 1914 Club will have dedicated vendors serving traditional ballpark fare and beverages to club members in their seats at no additional charge.

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Will each club include private restrooms?

Each premier club will include private restrooms for use by its members only.

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What are the seating options in the club?

The American Airlines 1914 Club will feature a mix of seating options to accommodate our guests, including individual tables and larger communal seating areas. Seating options in the three additional premier clubs will be communicated closer to the opening of each club.

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As a Premier Client with club access, will I receive any other special benefits at Wrigley Field?

You will receive access to all of the benefits and amenities offered to our valued Premier Clients. This includes exclusive members-only events, access to presale opportunities, access to purchase postseason tickets for games played at Wrigley Field and much more.

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Will Premier Clients with club access receive promotional giveaway items?

Promotional items will be available on a first-come, first-served basis for our Premier Clients at a dedicated entrance located near the corner of Clark and Addison streets.

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Is parking available for Premier Clients with club access?

While parking near Wrigley Field is extremely limited, we anticipate being able to offer American Airlines 1914 Club members the ability to purchase one full-season parking pass per account, in addition to the cost of their season ticket(s).

Pricing

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What is the cost of seats associated with the new premier clubs?

Pricing will vary in each premier club. For more information, please contact the Cubs Premier Sales Team at 773-404-4200.

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Is an agreement required for season tickets with premier club access?

Seats with club access require multi-year agreements. These agreements lock in your price for future seasons. For specific details, please contact the Cubs Premier Sales Team at 773-404-4200.

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Are partial-season packages available?

At this time, only full-season, multi-year agreements are available for seats with club access.

Premier Client Priority List Details

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What is the Premier Client Priority List?

The Premier Client Priority List is for individuals interested in purchasing season tickets with access to the new premier clubs when they become available. Joining the Premier Client Priority List requires a $500 deposit and is subject to the Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions.

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How do I join the Premier Client Priority List?

For your chance to become a Premier Client, join the Premier Client Priority List. Subject to the Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions , Priority List members will have the opportunity to purchase season tickets with premier club access prior to the general public, as they become available. A $500 deposit ensures your place on the list. To join, CLICK HERE today or contact a member of our Cubs Premier Sales Team at 773-404-4200.

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What does the $500 deposit cover?

A $500 deposit ensures your place on the Premier Client Priority List, subject to the Premier Client Priority List Terms and Conditions, but does not guarantee you will be offered season tickets with club access. If you are offered the opportunity to purchase season tickets with club access, the deposit will be applied toward your new season tickets.

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Can I join both the existing Season Ticket Holder Waiting List and the Premier Client Priority List?

Yes, the Season Ticket Holder Waiting List is separate from the Premier Client Priority List, and you can join both. Joining both the existing Season Ticket Holder Waiting List and the Premier Client Priority List does not change your position on the Season Ticket Holder Waiting List.

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