Cubs Offer Ticket Exchange, Get Lights Back On After Outage

Monday's ticket holders have until Tuesday at noon to switch games.

Bruce Levine
June 19, 2018 - 8:42 am
Wrigley Field grounds crew

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By Bruce Levine--

CHICAGO (670 The Score) The Cubs are offering a ticket exchange for fans who can't attend Monday evening's rescheduled game against the Dodgers at 12:05 p.m. Tuesday.

Those who held tickets to Monday's postponed game can use the same tickets to enter the opener of the doubleheader Tuesday or exchange those tickets to a game at a future date, subject to availability. Fans have until noon Tuesday to contact the Cubs at 800-THE-CUBS or if they want to exchange tickets.

There are no refunds for the tickets to Monday's game. Fans must use them for Tuesday's opener or exchange them. As of Tuesday morning, there were only limited tickets left for Tuesday's nightcap and Wednesday's afternoon series finale on the exchange market.

After a nearly three-hour delay in which fans waited around with little information, Monday's game was postponed due to rain and a partial power outage at Wrigley Field. Several banks of lights down the first-base side and right-field area weren't fully operational. That problem has been fixed.