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Do I have to pay for a baby to go to a Cubs game?

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Children ages 2 and under do not need tickets to enter Wrigley Field for a Cubs game; however, they must sit on the lap of an adult. As of 2014, for all fans over the age of 2, single-game ticket prices range from the low $20s to the upper $200s.

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In addition to single-game tickets, fans may purchase ticket packs, season tickets and group tickets. Throughout the baseball season, there are various special events suitable for families. Different promotions and giveaways are offered, and at the conclusion of some games, children are permitted to run the bases on the field.

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