By Ben Nicholson-Smith and Ben Nicholson – The Associated PressThe Cubs are the only team in Major League Baseball with the most costly seats.
The team’s average price for a game in the second half of the season is $2,600, according to an AP analysis of ticket data from SeatGeek.
Only the Pirates and Rockies, whose seats are among the priciest, are more expensive.
The average price per ticket in the first half of this season is about $1,000, while the second is $1 and third is about half that.
The Cubs have been the team to beat on average in the past few years, so the team has had the luxury of spending millions of dollars on the cheapest seats, which it uses to seat hundreds of thousands of fans for games at a time.
The cheapest seats come from the team’s home ballpark, Wrigley Field, which seats about 15,000 people.
The Cubs are also the only major-league team to sell out a regular-season game.
They have done it twice in 2015.
The average price of a ticket in a non-premium seat in the United States has more than doubled since 2006, according the data.
The biggest increase came in 2015, when the average price increased nearly 10 percent to $1.28 per seat.
The highest prices for seats at Wrigle Field can be found at the home plate, where seats are $7,500 for the second-most expensive seats.
It is the second cheapest seat in baseball behind the Dodgers’ new home in the San Fernando Valley.
The team’s premium seats are more than twice that amount, with the average prices at W-2 seats averaging $8,500.
In a statement, the Cubs said the average seats cost about $50,000 in 2016.
In 2017, seats averaged $64,000.