It was great news when the Cubs announced that around 8,000 fans would be allowed to attend games at Wrigley Field. It was even better when they said that they would hold back a limited number of ticket each game to be sold to the general public. Kudos to them for doing that instead of giving all the tickets to season ticket holders.
To get tickets, you had to submit your email address, though just one submission per address was allowed. I submitted my personal and school email and Mrs. WW submitted her personal email too. That gave us three chances out of who know how many to get tickets.
Well, guess what.... we won!
This message was in Mrs. WW's in box on March 23. Tickets were going to be sold starting at 1:00 p.m. CST that same day.