However, keep your eye on ebay (I will too). If you can buy from a season ticket holder, you get access to the bleachers 15 minutes earlier than the public and you are 99.9% guaranteed front row. I'd pay a few extra bucks for that benefit.
The last week of July vs Milwaukee. If money is your main concern, that will be the cheapest. Tickets are already over 50% off on Stubhub. They will only get cheaper, too.
They are around $22 a ticket right now and will probably drop to around $17. If you buy from the Cubs website, it would be over $47 a ticket lol.
What game are you looking for? Stubhub is without a doubt the best source. Wait until the last possible minute (tickets are emailed to you, so you don't have to worry about shipping). Let me know what game you want (3 tickets?) and Ill help you find tickets.
Thursday night. Was. Miserable.
In a 2 hour span from halftime on, me and 3 friends finished a fifth of smirnoff and half a handle of kamchatka. Just ridiculous. Bloomington was so depressing. It bothered me that it was that sad. Kilroy's was empty except for a few other drunkkards, but what can you do.
You know of this Schenkel guy? https://twitter.com/AdamESPN1380. Going after Nix for his quotes about Zeller/Oladipo. He try to start stuff much?
It's not the be all and end all but this could give you an idea
No everything about that state sucks
Here's BTN's resp to your Hoosier fans complaining about the BTN.com selection: http://btn.com/2012/11/12/no-1-india...twork-tonight/
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