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Red Sox at Cubs


Red Sox vs. Cubs at Wrigley Field

Sunday, July 16th
1:20 first pitch

Join Simply A Fan for this day trip to Wrigley Field to see the Cubs take on the Red Sox! Have you always wanted to go to historic Wrigley Field, but just never had the opportunity or made the time? Join us! This would fall under the “ticket only adventure” category, but if you need assistance in booking airfare, hotel, ground transportation, let me know. Keep reading for ticket pricing, how to secure your spot and more.

Tickets will be between $85-$115 depending on the size of our group. We are pushing to reach the group minimum of 15 so we can take advantage of the Cubs group sales pricing structure! Our seats will be in the shade to save ourselves from the potentially brutal summer sun at Wrigley.

We are flying on Southwest, leaving Nashville 7 a.m., returning on a 10:20 p.m. that evening. If you would like assistance in booking a flight, I’ll gladly help! Or of course you can drive wherever you’re coming from and just meet us there!

To secure your spot, click the button above or below to register! Once our group size is finalized (deadline July 10th), I will round back with all who’ve shown interest and then purchase our game tickets. There is no financial obligation to register, but hopefully knowing the price range of tickets $85-$115 will help guide you in making an informed decision on what to expect.

You will then be invoiced for payment via Simply A Fan’s secure Square payment system. If you would like to pay without using a debit or credit card, please contact me as cash, check and ’55 Topps Sandy Koufax rookie cards are other acceptable forms of payment.

If you have questions, please email Simply A Fan’s chief trip planner, Mark Jent, at or text/call at 615.579.5217.

Thank you for considering purchasing tickets through Simply A Fan as it supports our family-owned business.

Simply A Fan, LLC is a family-owned, Nashville-based company and is neither affiliated, nor endorsed by Major League Baseball, the Chicago Cubs or Wrigley Field