Tickets for games in May and June can be purchased in-person at the box office, by phone, or online.
SOUTH BEND — Since the announcement of the 2021 schedule, fans have been waiting for a chance to purchase tickets to games at Four Winds Field. The wait is nearly over.
Single-game tickets for the upcoming South Bend Cubs season will go on sale on Wednesday, April 14 at Noon Tickets will be available at the Four Winds Field Box Office, by calling (574) 235-9988, or online at SouthBendCubs.com.
“We know our fans have been asking and waiting for individual game tickets to go on sale for months,” said South Bend Cubs Team President Joe Hart. “It’s been a longer process than usual, but we want to thank our fans for their patience while we finalized our stadium reopening procedures with the St. Joseph County Health Department. We’ve also implemented a new ticketing system that will make it easier for our fans to purchase tickets, load them to their mobile devices, and scan their tickets from their phones.”
Tickets for games in May and June will be available for purchase beginning April 14 at noon. Games in July, August, and the first week of September will be available in early June. When purchasing tickets, fans will have the option of choosing the section they would like to sit in. Specific rows and seats will not be assigned. While in their assigned section, fans will be asked to physically distance themselves from others they do not know as they arrive and throughout the game.
Ticket prices will not increase for the 2021 season and remain at 2019 levels. Field Box tickets are $11 in advance and $12 on the day of the game. Dugout Box tickets are $13 in advance and $14 on the day of the game. Lawn tickets, which are only available once the seating bowl has sold out, are $8 in advance and $9 on the day of the game. Fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets early, as capacity restrictions are expected to influence availability.
Fans looking to purchase tickets in person at the box office on April 14 will be asked to physically distance themselves from others while standing in line and they will also be required to wear facial coverings. Those purchasing tickets online are encouraged to create a new account ahead of the April 14 on-sale date to make the ticket buying experience even easier.