A Look At The New Right Field Bleachers & Budweiser Porch At Wrigley Field

July 6, 2015

There’s few sports experiences as unique as sitting in the bleachers during a Chicago Cubs game at Wrigley Field. With some of the rowdiest in any venue, the Wrigley bleachers can help provide an unforgettable trip to the ballpark. Now with the full set of bleachers open during Wrigley’s renovations, the experience has gotten even better.

Dubbed the Budweiser Bleachers, there are a few different game day amenities available in the area. There are Budweiser Bleacher Suites that hold 10-50 guests, include 10 VIP parking passes, private restrooms and full access to the bleacher area. The Budweiser Patio is a special reserved space for groups just over the right field wall. It includes both standing and reserved seating under the new video board and can fit up to 150 guests.

Then there are of course the bleachers themselves. Bleacher tickets from the Cubs can range greatly in price depending on the game. A Friday night game against the crosstown White Sox can boost primary prices up to $89, while a Wednesday afternoon against the Rockies can cost as little as $39.

On the secondary market, those tickets can be in even more demand. The aforementioned game against the White Sox has bleacher tickets at an average price of $143, with the cheapest ticket in the section listed at $106. Bleacher tickets for that day game against the Rockies in the middle of the week average $68 with a low price of $42.

Behind the bleachers are now the Right Field Porches, which has both standing room and seating at the top of the bleacher section. These sections can also hold up to 100 people. Both patio and porch tickets come with all-inclusive food and beverage packages.

Wrigley Field is already one of the most unique and historic ballparks in the country, and the bleacher sections in the outfield just add to the allure of the stadium. For long Cubs fans have been able to enjoy themselves at home games while the team wasn’t performing quite well. Now in a new era of Cubs baseball, the great experience has also been joined with a winning product on the field.