The Chicago Cubs sent out their 2019 season ticket prices on Thursday, and while some holders will see their prices decrease over last season, while others will see the price of their seats go up by almost ten percent.
Overall, season-ticket holders will see an average increase of 2.65 percent, according to the team.
According to an email sent to season ticket holders, the cheapest season tickets in the ballpark will clock in at $2439 for the season next year in the upper reserved outfield section, and will be split among six price points, ranging from Bronze, which will cost $8 per game, to Diamond, which will set ticket-holders back $52 per contest.
In the bleachers, a season-ticket will cost fans nearly $4,000, a slight increase from last season.
The Cubs will divide games into six different categories, based on the time of year the game is played and the quality of the opponent. Those price points are Bronze (seven games), Silver (17), Gold (23), Platinum (13), Marquee (17), and Diamond (four).
For curious fans, the most expensive tickets at the ballpark will be in the Club Box Home Plate section, which will set back fans $14,471 for the season.
Season tickets will only be available via the MLB Ballpark App for the first time, but fans can purchase hard copy tickets on generic ticket stock if they so choose.
Ticket prices for single-game tickets have not yet been released.