Get ready to buy your tickets to Chicago Cubs games at Miller Park! Once again, the Milwaukee Brewers are hoping to bring more fans of the Milwaukee Nine to the field than Cubs fans with a special presale promotion.
Any claims that this presale is an attempt to prevent Cubs fans from getting Brewers tickets are… well, pretty accurate, actually.— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) February 13, 2019
The presale begins tomorrow at 9am CT. Details: https://t.co/qJjhicT3OY pic.twitter.com/OpdmrnOcZL
At 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14, the Brewers will open tickets to Wisconsin residents for all 10 Brewers vs. Cubs games at Miller Park. The site states that this is specifically to keep Cubs fans out Miller Park, to give the Crew home field advantage in these important divisional games.
The rules for the presale are as follows:
- The sale includes all 10 Cubs games.
- It runs from Thursday, Feb. 14 at 9 a.m. to Friday, Feb. 15 at 11:59 p.m.
- Buyers can purchase up to eight tickets per game.
- Tickets are subject to single-game rates and demand-based pricing.
- The MLB account buying the tickets must have a primary address with a Wisconsin zip code.
- It’s online only.
This is the second-consecutive year the Brewers have run a promotion like this. As someone who watched all of those games, I can attest that it didn’t seem to bring about the desired effect.
Instead of me providing a bit of editorial here, let’s instead hear how you feel. Take the survey below and tell us how you feel about the presale.
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