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MasterCard® Pre-Sale

MasterCard Preferred by Cubs

2015 MasterCard® Pre-Sale


Early Purchase Opportunity for 2015 Cubs Tickets.
Get your Cubs tickets before the March 6 on-sale!
  • Begins: Tuesday, March 3, at 10 a.m. CST
  • Ends: Wednesday, March 4, at 10 p.m. CST
  • Game Dates: All 81 home games available

Get first choice of 2015 Chicago Cubs single game tickets with the MasterCard Pre-Sale, where fans using a MasterCard® can purchase single game tickets in advance of the general on-sale date at a 15 percent premium*, while fans using other forms of payment may purchase tickets at a 20 percent premium*.

MasterCard® Pre-sale - 15% premium*

Use your MasterCard® and receive a discount on the pre-sale price Tuesday, March 3, at 10 a.m. CST if you plan to pay with MasterCard®.

 

Non-MasterCard® Pre-sale - 20% premium*

Get your tickets first before the general public Tuesday, March 3, at 10 a.m. CST if you plan to pay with a credit card other than MasterCard®.

 

Starting Tuesday, March 3, at 10 a.m. CST, fans will have first access to all Chicago Cubs 2015 regular season home games by going to Cubs.com and paying a 20 percent premium* on the face value of the ticket. However, if you use a MasterCard® card during this pre-sale promotion, you will receive a discount on the pre-sale price.


This access to purchase tickets in advance of the on-sale date will be available through Wednesday, March 4, at to 10 p.m. CST. Act quickly, as there will be a limited number of tickets made available to each regular season home game for the MasterCard® Pre-Sale.


There is a four ticket limit for Opening Night.
Ticket limits are per household, credit card, and e-mail address. Any order exceeding the ticket limit may be cancelled.

*Premiums are based on single game ticket prices. Dynamic Pricing applies to all seats. Ticket prices can increase based on factors affecting supply and demand.