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Cubs Destinations

  • A couple explores the historic Ivy in right field at Wrigley Field.
  • A family enjoys the view from the warning track at AT&T Park in San Francisco.
  • A Young family with Darwin Barney in Boston.
  • Cubs Destinations fans check out the press box at Wrigley Field.

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2014 CUBS DESTINATIONS PACKAGES NOW AVAILABLE!

The Cubs are pleased to announce another season of Cubs Destinations VIP baseball packages! Included in the 2014 schedule are three exceptional weekend trips in Chicago during the Wrigley Field 100 Celebration. And this season's road trip is a rare interleague series at historic Fenway Park. Make sure to book your trip to see one of America's oldest ballparks!

2014 Cubs Destinations Schedule:

  • Wrigley Field - Chicago, IL
    • July 25 - 27 vs. stl - Mid-summer rivalry matchup
    • August 8 - 10 vs. tb - Excellent summer interleague series
  • Fenway Park - Boston, MA -- SOLD OUT --
    • June 30 - July 1 vs. bos - Visit One of America's Most Historic Ballparks!

Cubs Destinations provides Cubs fans with the most unique, behind the scenes, VIP baseball experience available. Each package includes:

  • Great game tickets to two (2) games
  • First class hotel accommodations for two (2) nights
  • A VIP ballpark tour
  • Private meet and greet reception with a current Cubs player!
  • Premium gift bag with Cubs merchandise
  • Personal services from dedicated on-site staff
  • Packages without hotel accommodations also available

Book your Cubs trip of a lifetime today by calling 617-226-6550 or using the links below.

 

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Get More Information:

Chicago Trips
Boston Trip
FAQs
Testimonials

 

Questions about the program? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions. And you can contact us via email at info@cubsdestinations.com or by calling (617) 226-6550.

*Packages do not include airfare