Auction: A ticket from the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off game was just sold

Wrigley field is where one of the most memorable scenes from 1986's Ferris Bueller's Day Off takes place.

Ferris, Cameron, Ferris' friend, and Sloane, Ferris' girlfriend, skipped school for a memorable day in Chicago. They also attend the Montreal Expos.Chicago CubsWrigley Field where Ferris is able to catch a foul ball. Dean Ed Rooney, his arch-nemesis, almost sees Ferris. But Rooney manages to miss a glimpse as the camera cuts away.

One lucky fan has now purchased a piece from that special bit of history.

Heritage Auctions has acquired the following: ticketFrom the location where the scene was shot. Friday's ticket sold for $1,050.

“A fan at the game kept their tickets and was able to get a ticket. [it]”It turned out that it was a good decision,” Mike Provenzale at Heritage, sports operations supervisor and auctioneer, said to ESPN.

The game was played Sept. 24, 1985 with the Expos defeating the Cubs 17-15. Andre Dawson, a future baseball hall of famer, was the star of the game. He went 4-for-6 with three home runs as well as eight RBIs.

In the past, tickets for high-profile sporting events were sold for quite a lot. Heritage auctioned a ticket Jackie Robinson's MLB debut for $480,000 in February, Provenzale said.

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