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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I buy spring training tickets?

2. Does my child need a ticket?

3. What time does the game start?

4. When do the parking lots and gates open at Hohokam Stadium?

5. Is tailgating allowed?

6. Will Call Ticket Info

7. What can I bring in to the Stadium?

8. How do I get a message on the scoreboard?

9. Are there ATM’s in the stadium?

10. Is handicap parking and seating available?

11. How do I rent the patios, suites or tent areas?

12. Where is the Cubs’ dugout?

13. Are my seats in the shade, or in the sun?

14. How can I find out more information?

15. Cubs Park location & Directions?

1. Where can I buy spring training tickets?

Individual game tickets for the 2014 Chicago Cubs home spring training games at Cubs Park will go on sale Saturday, January 11 at 11 a.m. CT at the Cubs Park ticket office, on www.cubs.com or by calling 1-800-THE-CUBS.

Season tickets at Cubs Park are on sale now and group tickets go on sale Friday, November 22, 2013 at 10 a.m. CT by calling 1-800-THE-CUBS.

Fans may direct ticket and additional spring training questions to mesa@cubs.com. For continuously updated information and to take a virtual tour of Cubs Park, please visit www.cubs.com/mesa.

Group & Hospitality Tickets

Don’t miss out on the action at the Cubs’ new park this year with your group! Group tickets are available starting at groups of 20. At the new park, there will be many hospitality areas where you can entertain clients or just enjoy the game with your fellow employees. For more information on the hospitality areas or group tickets, please contact the Cubs at mesa@cubs.com

Left-Field Party Deck Tickets

The Cubs’ new park will have the ultimate rooftop experience, which will provide fans the experience to soak in the spring sun and enjoy the game … and the view! Tickets for the Left-Field Party Deck will be available in January 2014. For more information, please contact mesa@cubs.com.

2. Does my child need a ticket? 

• What is the age limit, and are there discounted tickets for children?
Children under the age of three, who are on a parent’s lap, do not need a ticket. All other attendees do require a ticket, and no child discounts are available.

3. What time does the game start?
All Cubs 2014 spring training games at Cubs Park start at 1:05 pm Arizona time with the exception of a 7:05 pm start March 24th against the Padres, and a 12:05 pm start March 27th against the White Sox. 

4. When do the parking lots and gates open at Cubs Park?

TBD

5. Is tailgating allowed? Can I have alcoholic beverages in the parking lot?

Tailgating is permitted in the parking lots surrounding the Stadium. However, City and State law prohibits alcoholic beverages from being consumed in the parking areas.

6. Will-Call Tickets:

• Do I need a photo ID to pick up will-call tickets?

You will need a photo ID to pick up your will-call tickets.

7. What can I bring in to the Stadium?

• Are umbrellas or strollers allowed?
• Can I bring in bottled water or snacks?

Chairs, umbrellas, food, beverages, coolers, alcohol and large bags cannot be brought into the stadium.

- One 32 oz. sealed bottle of water per person is permitted.
- Strollers are permitted.
- Baby food and baby formula are permitted.

Cubs Park is a non-smoking facility.

Bags and purses are subject to search.

8. How do I get a message on the scoreboard?

TBD.

9. Are there ATM’s in the stadium?

Yes, ATM’s are located at various locations throughout the Stadium.

10. Is handicap parking and seating available? 

Handicap parking is available directly in front of the Stadium with a valid handicap parking sticker or license plate.

Handicap seating is available throughout the stadium.

11. How do I rent the patios, suites or tent areas?

Group & Hospitality Tickets

Don’t miss out on the action at the Cubs’ new park this year with your group! Group tickets are available starting at groups of 20. At the new park, there will be many hospitality areas where you can entertain clients or just enjoy the game with your fellow employees. For more information on the hospitality areas or group tickets, please contact the Cubs at mesa@cubs.com

Left-Field Party Deck Tickets

The Cubs’ new park will have the ultimate rooftop experience, which will provide fans the experience to soak in the spring sun and enjoy the game … and the view! Tickets for the Left-Field Party Deck will be available in January 2014. For more information, please contact mesa@cubs.com.

12. Where is the Cubs’ dugout? 

The Cubs dugout is located on the 3d base side of the field, the same as Wrigley Field. The visiting team has the 1st base dugout.

13. Are my seats in the shade, or in the sun?

Most games begin at 1:05 pm, and being Arizona, most game days end up being sunny. That being said, Cubs Park was built with the fan in mind, you have many choices of seating in either sun or shade. Tell the ticket sales person your preference when buying tickets and they will direct you to the seats that work best for you!

Please bring sunscreen and stay hydrated regardless of where you are sitting.

14. How can I find out more information?

You may contact – mesa@cubs.com

15. Location & Directions?

Location

Cubs Park – 2330 W. Rio Salado Parkway, Mesa, AZ 85201

The ballpark is southeast of the Hwy. 202 (the Red Mountain Freeway, running east/west) and Hwy 101 (the Pima Freeway, running north-south) interchange.

Directions

From Phoenix and points west: Take Hwy. 202 and head east. Take exit 8 (McClintock Dr.) and go south. Go left (east) on E. Rio Salado Parkway and drive 1.3 miles. The complex will be on your left. Another option is continue heading east on the 202 past McClintock Dr. to exit 10 (Dobson Rd.) Go south on Dobson Rd. about .4 of a mile, Cubs game parking will be on your right.

From Scottsdale and points north: Take Hwy. 101 south to Exit 52. Turn left (east) on E. Rio Salado Pkwy. The complex will be on your left. From Tempe: Take E. Rio Salado Pkwy. (which runs north of downtown and ASU) three miles; the complex is on your left. An alternate route is taking the 101 south, then exit to the 202 going east. Take exit 10 (Dobson Rd.), then south about .4 of a mile, Cubs game parking will be on your right

Cubs Park Area Map.