Heading to Wrigley(ville) for the World Series? Here are 8 things you need to know.

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CHICAGO -- If you're planning on joining the World Series celebrations in Wrigleyville this week, here's what you need to know:

1. You won't be alone. 
The City is preparing for big crowds around Wrigley Field; when the cubs clinched on Saturday about 300,000 people celebrated around the stadium.

2. Parking will be a problem
Parking restrictions will be in place around Wrigley Field, even for the away games on Tuesday and Wednesday (see graphic).

3. Watch out for additional closures
The City said it's also prepared to shut down streets "when necessary," like if say 300,000 people are suddenly out in the neighborhood

4. Don't worry, Wrigley Field is ready!
"World Series" is already written on the field, and the Indians flag is flying by the marquee.

5. Take public transit
Public transportation is your best bet, even if you're just heading to the bars. Even taxis or ridesharing cars will be in short supply.

6. Protip: park and ride 
Don't forget about the remote lot: it's free to park at Rockwell and Irving Park Rd., with a free shuttle to the game. That's right: free.

7. Paid parking will be expensive
Whether it's parking in a yard or in a reserved spot, everyone is cashing in on the World Series fever; Some of the spots in the area we've seen on the app SpotHero are  going for $70-$300 for Game 3.

8. Want to go? It'll cost you. 
As for a ticket to get in, according to TicketIQ, the average listing price for a ticket to a World Series game at Wrigley is currently $6400 a seat!