Celebrate Cubs Success with Car Service and Tickets to the Postseason
Friday night spelled success for the Cubs, as they made it into the postseason with the San Francisco Giants’ loss to the Oakland A’s. Wrigleyville was alive with celebration, even into Saturday, as Cubs fans celebrated their first postseason appearance in seven years.
If you’re a diehard Cubs fan in the Windy City, you might be anticipating the upcoming postseason and all of the excitement that accompanies a chance at the World Series.
Here are 4 great essentials for planning the best postseason Cubs experience this year.
Get Tickets to the Game
The latest reports say that the Cubs will most likely face the Pittsburgh Pirates in Pittsburgh in a one-game wild card playoff on October 7.
Whether you want to make the seven-hour trek to the city or watch the game at home, you have options for getting your Cubs fix.
Find a Great Spot to Watch the Game
One option for watching the postseason action on October 7 is heading to Wrigley Field. That’s right—pending approval from Major League Baseball, you can head to the home field and enjoy the game on Wrigley’s outfield video boards.
In case the Wrigley Field deal doesn’t go through, there’s no need to worry. There are tons of other great spots around the city that are ideal for enjoying Chicago sports alongside other fans.
+ Murphy’s Bleachers: Close to Wrigley, Murphy’s is a favorite of local baseball fans and offer plenty of big screens and great food to keep you going throughout the postseason.
+ Timothy O’Toole’s Chicago: With a slew of HD flatscreens, a great beer selection and great pub foods, Timothy O’Toole’s is an ideal spot for catching postseason games.
+ Sluggers World Class Sports Bar: a ton of TV screens, great pub food, tons of beers, and pub games make Sluggers a great location for all Chicago sports events.
Keep Up with the Latest Cubs News
Another important part of creating a great postseason experience is staying up to date on all of the postseason news. Whether it’s a change in the schedule or a shakeup in wins and losses, you can stay up to date on all the latest information at the Cubs website.
The Cubs website is also a great spot to keep up with ticket information and scheduling for each postseason appearance.
Book Transportation for Your Postseason Experience
No matter how you choose to enjoy the Cubs’ 2015 playoff appearances, you should always have transportation you can trust on hand.
Whether you head out to Wrigley Field to watch the game on the big screens or out to one of the best sports bars in the cities, you deserve to have transportation that can get you and your friends where you’re going with no interruptions and as little stress as possible.
We have an impressive fleet of vehicles, capable of accommodating just two passengers or as many as 20.
Our chauffeurs are expertly trained and have a thorough knowledge of Chicago, ensuring that you and your group get to the game on time, with no issues.
If you want to enjoy a beer or two during the game, you won’t have to worry about transportation. Your vehicle and chauffeur will be waiting to take you home when the last inning is over.
Photo Credit: Matt Watts
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