With the World Series just three months away and the Chicago Cubs out to a massive two game lead in the National League Central, now’s a perfect time for Cubs fans to throw down $350 for the right to reserve tickets to the Fall Classic.
The ASSOCIATED PRESS reports “a Chicago-based company called FirstDibz is already selling the rights to purchase tickets from a seller should the World Series happen at Wrigley. The company takes 17 percent in service charges.“
The report adds, “If the Cubs don’t make the World Series, fans could lose the money. That isn’t stopping fans like Harris Eisenberg. He paid $350 for the right to buy upper deck tickets. He says it’s absolutely worth the gamble.”
Now when the Cubs invent a new way to blow their chance at going to the World Series, fans will now have their hearts and budgets broken at the same time.