Cubs fans have been waiting for the team to return to the World Series since 1945, and some fans have been angling for rooftop tickets to the Fall Classic since the spring.
Wrigley Rooftops has been building a waiting list that's drawn fans from as far away as Australia since April, said operations manager Stacey Loukas.
"We're used to taking names that early, but this year it's great to be going this far," she said.
The company manages 11 rooftop clubs along Waveland and Sheffield avenues, most controlled by Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts and his family.
Wrigley Rooftops' tickets will be sold first-come, first-served, and there are still unclaimed seats,...