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The Chicago Cubs will be selling ticket packages for the 2011 season on Monday, November 22. So if you can’t wait until the early Spring to be gouged by the most expensive tickets in baseball to see one of the worst teams in baseball, by all means, jump on it.

Just kidding about the gouging and worst team parts. HA HA HA. See my pronounced laughter? I was clearly kidding!

Full press release:

CHICAGO – For the first time ever, Chicago Cubs fans can purchase tickets before the holidays. Holiday Gift Packs will be available for purchase Monday, November 22, with package prices starting at just $92 for two seats to four games.

Fans can select from seven different four-game packages on Cubs.com (six packages in the seating bowl, one in the Bud Light Bleachers). Packages can be customized to include as few as two tickets per game or as many as 12 tickets per game in each package. Fans requesting quantities over 12 tickets per game should contact the Chicago Cubs Ticket Office at 773-404-4242. Total package prices will vary based on the number of tickets purchased.

As part of each Holiday Gift Pack, fans may opt to purchase Cubs Dollars at a scalable discount. Cubs Dollars are equivalent to cash at Wrigley Field and allow gift recipients to enjoy a complete experience at the ballgame.

“The Cubs are very excited to offer tickets to fans before the holidays for the first time,” said Colin Faulkner, vice president of ticket sales and service for the Chicago Cubs. “We look forward to some enthusiastic reactions when Cubs fans open their holiday gifts this year.”

Holiday Gift Packs must be ordered by Monday, December 20 in order to be delivered by Christmas Day. Tickets will be available starting Monday, November 22 on Cubs.com.

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