The Cubs are consolidating the luxury suites down the left field line in Wrigley Field and are turning the space into something of a mega-suite. Season tickets will be able to be purchased individually at the price of $300 a game instead of in lots of 12-15 like normal luxury suites, but the service and all of that will still be luxury-suite quality.
Seems strange to me. My take on luxury suites is that they are first and foremost a business and networking tool for companies. “Bring Gladys and the kids to the game, and we’ll discuss the big deal,” don’t you know. Granted, baseball should never be watched in a suite and these sorts of people will be the first ones against the wall when the revolution comes, but I at least understand why they do it. Buying suite seats on an individual basis, on the other hand, just seems like a deeper kind of wrong.