Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Happy Holidays from the Cubs

Good to see that $3,300 per seat in the upper deck buys you a little holiday spirit from the Cubs.  You can even see it animated here.



Of course, if you aren't a Season ticketholder, the Cubs can probably give a shit about your Holiday Season.

8 comments:

cubbiedoc.com said...

I'm guessing we get this nice e-card instead of a calender this year.

Aisle 424 said...

Look at the Cubs being all concerned about the environment and stuff. And by "concerned", I mean "narrowly focused on" and by "environment," I mean "bottom line."

Duey23 said...

FYI: We also got a regular christmas card (ivy covered with a cubs tree ornament) sent via SnailMail with the printed signatures of the Ricketts family inside.

The calendar is a staple, it's also not too expensive to produce. It'll be there.

Aisle 424 said...

I haven't gotten my Christmas card yet. I'll have to go check my mailbox. Now I'm all excited.

cubbiedoc.com said...

I just got my card in the mail today. So much for the environment.

Anonymous said...

The Cubs sent me a hat yesterday. Of course, it was a 2003 World Series Champions hat. (Only kidding. It was a Cubs hat.) -- Seat 106

Uncle Dave said...

Tim, Merry Christmas from Annemarie and me. My Christmas wish for you is that the Cubs meet the Yankees in the World Series.

Aisle 424 said...

Thanks, Uncle Dave and Annemarie. I'll take a World Series any way I can get it, but my wish for you is also that they meet the Yankees. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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