Cubs announce new 'Cubs U' program with ticket offers for college students


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This program provides last-minute ticket offers via text message to eligible college students
This program provides last-minute ticket offers via text message to eligible college students

CHICAGO – The Chicago Cubs are launching the “CUBS U” program which provides last-minute ticket offers via text message to eligible college students for select Cubs home games during the 2022 regular season.

Starting today, April 28, college students 18 years of age or older who are actively enrolled in a recognized college or university and have a valid .edu email address are eligible to receive last-minute ticket offers from the Cubs. To participate, interested college students can text “CUBSU” to 88019 to opt in or complete the registration form at www.cubs.com/cubsu. Once registered, eligible college students will receive last-minute ticket offers via text message within 24 hours of eligible Cubs home games starting with the May 3 game against the Chicago White Sox.

There is a four-ticket limit per registrant per offer and ticket offers vary per game. Ticket offers will be made available several times per homestand and will be priced exclusively for college students with limited availability per offer. Purchased tickets will be made available via the MLB Ballpark app and are viewable 90 minutes prior to the start of the game purchased.

For more information on the new “CUBS U” program or to register, please visit www.cubs.com/cubsu.

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