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If you wanted to buy a bundle of tickets to Chicago Cubs games this year, but don’t have season tickets, and don’t want to go a la carte, you can now buy a package of 13 game tickets, with some choice built in.

The ticket packages are divided into bleacher seats or seats in the reserved seating area of Wrigley Field, known as the “bowl.” For example, a fan can chose Bleacher Plan A which includes the June 17 game against the Yankees and the Aug. 19 game vs. the Cardinals, or Bowl Plan B, which includes tickets to the June 19 game against the Yankees and the July 3 game versus the White Sox.

You will then pick 11 more games to complete your package. There are 22 games to pick from if you select a Bleacher package, and 39 games to chose from in the Bowl packages. Best of all, you can customize the 13-game package to your tastes. If you select the Bowl package and want to see the defending World Series champion Giants, for example, you can chose the May 13 game. If you want to see the Phillies and their high-powered rotation, the Bleacher package has tickets available for the July 18-20 series. It’s up to you. cubs.com.

Packages start at $210 for the bowl and $582 for the bleachers, and you can follow that link for more details. The packages go on sale starting Thursday at 10am CST.

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