Watching Cubs World Series games at some Wrigleyville bars will cost you big bucks

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CHICAGO -- If you want to watch the World Series in a bar around Wrigley Field, get ready to pay.

According to DNAinfo, some Wrigleyville bars are charging as much as $250 per person to get inside and watch the games on TV.

Many will offer drink and food specials, but there's no guarantee of a seat.

A few places are charging $500 to hold a four-seat table.

There are some bars in the neighborhood that are promising not to charge a cover.

Also, if you plan on bringing the kids with you, make sure you call ahead.

Many places will only admit people 21 years and older.

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