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On July 26, the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals will add yet another chapter to the ever-growing rivalry during this Saturday afternoon battle at historic Wrigley Field. Prepare for your trip to see this always exciting NL Central showdown in the Windy City with the following venue overview below. The scheduled promotion for this game is an Ernie Banks Replica Statue.
Wrigley Field Seating Information
Standard Wrigley Field seating will be available for Cubs vs Cardinals on July 26, and you can view the map on this page to see what's currently for sale for the game. In terms of proximity to the field, the Club Box is the closest and spans all sections directly behind the dugouts. The next area up is the 100-Level Field Box, followed by the 200-Level Terrace which includes box seats and reserved rows.
The 400- and 500-Levels are classified under Upper Deck and mostly shaded by the awning. Specialty seats and club seats that may offer the most luxurious views of the game include the Mezzanine Suites, Bud Light Batter's Eye, and PNC Club Suite. The outfield, meanwhile, is comprised of the famed Wrigley Field bleachers, which offers general admission seating only.
Wrigley Field General Information
Personal cameras are permitted inside the ballpark, as are banners and signs so long as they only contain appropriate messaging. Outside alcoholic beverages cannot be brought inside, unless purchased from the attached Captain Morgan Club. Additionally, hard-sided coolers, thermoses, cans, and glass bottles are not permitted.
Wrigley Field Parking Information
In general, utilizing public transportation either by bus or train is typically the best option for getting to Wrigley Field on game day. The CTA Red Line Addison stop in particular will drop you off just steps away from the stadium. For those that will need to drive, various public and private lots are generally available around Wrigley, and for the most part will be walking distance, but some may be located a bit further away. Be prepared to pay with cash for all lots.
Wrigley Field Gate Times
Wrigley Field gates typically open two hours prior to the start of each game, though that is subject to change for Cubs-Cards. Designated fan entrances include Gates D, F (main gate near the marquee), K, and the Bleacher Gate which is the only entrance that may be used for those with bleacher tickets.