Ohio House Motel announces March deal for Cubs Baseball

Chicago is about to get busy as the Cubs begin their opening day. To make sure guests have room in their budgets, Ohio House announced a discount code that is found in their email newsletter.

Chicago, United States - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Chicago, IL (March 14, 2018)–Ohio House Motel knows that March begins what many Americans consider their favorite time of year: when heavy hitters and strong-armed pitchers take their first steps back onto the baseball diamond for the first innings of the Major League Baseball season. Fans of the Chicago Cubs, or any major league team, know their squads will travel their spring training tours and sometimes play a few road games before making their home debut. The Cubs come back to the Windy City on April 9, 2018. Fans looking to attend this or any of the opening homestands can expect a rush of ticket holders from all over the north side of Illinois coming to see the what the new faces and returning vets have in store for the upcoming season.

That hometown rush means lodging near Wrigley Field will be booked to capacity early. A boutique hotel like the Ohio House Motel, which is just fifteen minutes away from the stadium, will become prime real estate during the first month of the Cubs’ season. The motel’s proximity to the stadium, as well as the famous restaurants and shopping malls everywhere in Chicago, would seem like an opportunity for the hosts to jack up their prices, but Ohio House is taking a different approach. Anyone who signs up for or receives the Ohio House Motel newsletter can receive 8% off the cost of their next stay via a promo code. The code is made available in the newsletter. The one-time promo code can be redeemed at any time, so guests can use it to sync up with the Cubs game of their choice, and gain a little room in their vacation budgets.

The Chicago Cubs will start off their first home stretch of the 2018 season with a series against the Pittsburg Pirates at 1:20 pm CDT. After a day off on the 10th, they will embark on an eight-game homestand, finishing off the Pirates series before challenging Atlanta and St. Louis to three games a piece.

REFERENCE: https://www.mlb.com/cubs/schedule

Ohio House Motel

600 North Lasalle Street

Chicago, IL 60654

Contact Info:
Name: Rhonda Howard
Email: rhonda@ohiohousemotel.com
Organization: Ohio House Motel
Address: 600 N LaSalle Dr, Chicago, Illinois 60654, United States
Phone: +1-312-943-6000

For more information, please visit http://www.ohiohousemotel.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313722

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