Cubs Convention returns, in person, in January 2023; tickets on sale Thursday at noon

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Esteban Quiroz of the Chicago Cubs celebrates with teammates in the dugout after scoring in the seventh inning during a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Cubs fans will have an opportunity to celebrate their team in person come January 2023, when the Cubs Convention returns. Photo credit Justin Berl/Getty Images

CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) — The Cubs Convention will be back in person in 2023, and passes go on sale Thursday at Noon.

Chicago Cubs season ticket holders will get an exclusive two-hour window where they can buy all-access Cubs Convention passes, which begins at 10 a.m.

The convention is scheduled for the Sheraton Grand Chicago on Jan. 13 – 15. The passes cost $120, plus convenience fees. Season ticket holders may pay a discounted rate of $105.

Each household is allowed to buy no more than six all-access passes.

Officials with the Cubs said the organization is also selling hotel packages for fans who want to make a whole weekend out of the experience and stay downtown.

A portion of the proceeds from the convention will benefit Cubs charities.

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