Wrigleyville Rooftops: VIP Luxury Bleacher Bums!

Luxury Leisure: Is it going to happen this year? While the Chicago Cubs have not won a World Series in 102 years, attending a Cubs’ game is like going to a party with 40,000 guests. You would never know it from within the confines of Wrigley Field. It’s an electrifying experience that every professional sports team would welcome. Every game has the feel of a New Year’s Eve party counting down the moments to a happy new year. Leave it to us to find a way to add some luxury to that package.

Wrigleyville Rooftops is the most unique way to attend a baseball game in America. You are at the game but not in the ballpark. Instead you are on one of three rooftops outside the park that looks down on it. The seats are reserved and the price includes unlimited food and beverages. Each of the three rooftops holds 200 guests.

Keep in mind that the pricing of tickets fluctuates as the season progresses. At the beginning of the season, an all-inclusive ticket sells for $75. However, during the pennant drive, the hot months of a baseball season heading toward the playoffs, that same ticket peaks to $200.

There are other rooftops around the park on Waveland and Sheffield, but the Wrigleyville Rooftops are the official rooftops of the Chicago Cubs. Play ball!

On deck: These tickets sell fast; it’s a good situation to call the bullpen and bring in that VIP concierge to close it.

James Rothaar

As an independent contractor, James has written content for and other leading online luxury lifestyle magazines. Rothaar previously served as the senior-tenured staff writer for JustLuxe, having worked with the digital magazine since 2005. He resides in Jacksonville, Florida, and works as an independent marketing consultant and a freelance writer. James Rothaar has an MBA degree...(Read More)

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