NOTE: For the best experience, please use Firefox, Opera, Safari or Chrome to view the Seat Map. While the Seat Map is functional in Internet Explorer, your experience may be somewhat compromised because Explorer does not support the underlying technology. WrigleyGuide.com is in beta release so please be patient (and notify us) if you encounter any issues.
Accessing the Seat Map
- To visit the Seat Map, click the "Seat Map" link on the home page.
- Once the page loads, you will see a blank map of Wrigley Field.
Interpreting the Seat Map
- If you need guidance interpreting the map itself, please see the Legend page.
- If you are using a mouse, the mousewheel allows you to zoom in and out of the map, and click-dragging will shift the map left, right, up and down. Alternatively, you can use the navigation buttons provided on the lefthand panel to execute the zoom and pan commands. Click the four-arrow button to reset the zoom and pan.
Conducting a Search
- To conduct a search, first enter an aisle number and optional row and seat numbers in the corresponding fields.
Aisle numbers and seat numbers must contain only numeric characters and be no longer than three digits (ignore any dashes and subsequent digits that may be listed on your ticket). Row numbers may be alphanumeric characters and are limited to two digits.
- Next, select whether or not you want the upper deck displayed in your search results. If you want only to toggle the upper deck and not search for a seat, simply leave the aisle, row and seat fields blank.
Keep in mind that if the aisle number you enter is in the 200s, there is a chance the upper deck will cover these seats. Also, if you search for a seat in the 400s or 500s but turn the upper deck off, you will not be able to see the seats you requested.
- Click the "Find Seat" button.
- Check the "Search Status" indicator on the bottom panel to see if your search was executed successfully. If it was not successful, the indicator text will turn red and an explanation will be provided.
- If your search was successful, you should see an updated map. All of the seats near the aisle you requested will be drawn in, and the aisle, row or seat you requested will be highlighted in red.
You may need to zoom in to see the highlighted seats.
- If you searched for a specific seat and not an entire aisle or row, additional data about that seat will also be provided in the panel below the map. This data includes: A) the section name, B) the ticket prices for platinum, gold, silver and bronze dates, and C) an indicator of possible obstructions.
The indicator represents the baseball diamond. If one of the bases, the pitcher's mound or home plate is colored red, there is a chance you may not have a clear view of this area from the seat you requested.
- The lower-lefthand panel of the Seat Map provides a list of upcoming Cubs games for your convenience. Select the desired month from the drop-down box and use the scroll bar to look through the game listings. Each item in the list links directly to tickets on sale for that game at TicketsNow.com.
- Please do not rely upon your browser's refresh/reload button or attempt to link to any search results, as the results of your search are cleared from our system shortly after the search is executed.
- To clear your search results and return to the blank map, simply leave the aisle, row and seat fields blank and click the "Find Seat" button.