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Here Are the Best Deals on 2015 Eagles Tickets on the Secondary Market

Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Photo Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

From our friends at TiqIQ:

It’s been a roller coaster offseason for the Eagles, who’ve done just about everything possible to keep fans on the edge of their seats. And the draft hasn’t even happened yet. Last week’s schedule release showed that the still-unknown Eagles will have their plates full through Week 10.

For fans hoping to get to an upcoming game at Lincoln Financial Field, Eagles ticket prices remain relatively affordable on the secondary market. Below is the list of all eight games in Philadelphia along with their get-in price– the cheapest ticket made available on the resale market, according to TiqIQ.

Week 2 vs Dallas Cowboys | Get-in: $103

The Eagles will play their first home game of the season against the Dallas Cowboys, and new Eagle DeMarco Murray will get his first chance at running over his former team. The get-in price for this game is $103, one of three games with the least expensive tickets over $100.

For those interested in roadtripping, Philly and Dallas will meet at AT&T Stadium in Arlington for a Sunday Night Football game in Week 9. That game currently owns a get-in price of $92.

Week 5 vs New Orleans Saints | Get-in: $88

With the second home game of the year coming way along in week 5, we’ll likely have a good sense of where the Eagles are going to be this year (and who they’ll be) as they face the always tough Saints. Tickets against the Saints have a get-in price of $88.

Week 6 vs New York Giants | Get-in: $109

The Eagles will welcome the Giants to the Linc for week 6’s Monday Night Football matchup. Tickets for the game currently own a get-in price of $109.

Week 10 vs Miami Dolphins | Get-in: $68

The Eagles face off against the Dolphins in week 10 in one of the season’s cheapest games, because it’s the Dolphins. Whoever is playing QB in week 10 will have to run from Ndamukong Suh, unless he’s serving one of his frequent suspensions.

Week 11 vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Get-in: $68

Week 11 will either bring a much-hyped Mariota vs. Winston matchup to the Linc (in which case expect the get-in price to jump) or a less hyped Winston vs. Sanchez/Bradford/whoever. It’s the cheapest ticket of the season.

Week 14 vs Buffalo Bills | Get-in: $90

LeSean McCoy’s homecoming game comes in at a sub-$100 get-in price, but you can expect that to continually climb. The two teams haven’t met since 2011, but team vs. team history isn’t really the story here.

Week 15 vs Arizona Cardinals | Get-in: $72

The week 15 game against the Cardinals is currently sees get-in price start at $72 on the secondary market. The Cardinals will be looking to reverse their fortune after being eliminated from playoff contention in the Wild Card Round last season, and the teams’ last meeting resulted in a 24-20 Eagles loss

Week 16 vs Washington Redskins | Get-in: $110

The Eagles’ final home game against the NFC East foe Redskins will also be the team’s most expensive of the year. The low price for their Week 16 matchup is currently set at $110.

While the Redskins enter a period of uncertainty and continue to fade into obscurity under Robert Griffin III, the Eagles will hope to capitalize at home during their penultimate game of the regular season, in a game that could be very important if the last few seasons are any indication. The Eagles hosted the Redskins last September and squeaked out a close 37-34 win over Washington.

TiqIQ powers Crossing Broad Tickets, which rounds up the best available deals on the secondary market. We get a small commission for referring the sale.

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Your Name can be on a Billboard Just For Buying Sixers Single Game Tickets, Which you Don’t Deserve

We love you, we're just not in love with you guys

We love you, we’re just not in love with you guys

Season ticket holders get all kinds of perks: Some teams put their names on the court, they get to meet and greet legends, eat catered food and listen to dumb presentations, etc. But us normal, single-game buyers? We don’t get shit. Not that we should. We are just buying tickets to one, maybe two games after all. But the Sixers — who may be only expecting attendance numbers in the dozens this year — want to go that extra mile for you, person who just wants to maybe go to one game.

When tickets go on sale tomorrow morning — or today if you’re on their email list — the tickets you buy may result in your name being plastered on a billboard, so that gives you about 24-hours to legally change your name to something ridiculous. Get thinking.

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The Eagles are Adding Seats and Raising Ticket Prices

Screen Shot 2014-02-06 at 11.34.05 AMStill no power in my dwelling. The dog and I have relocated for the day. I wrote 10 blog posts for 45,000 views on half an iPad charge with LTE yesterday. I don’t know, I think that should be in an Apple commercial.

 

Success! Winning! TICKET PRICE HIKES!

The Eagles today announced that they will be adding seats (they desperately want to get to 70,000 so they can host a Super Bowl) and raising prices on 52% of tickets:

Seats are being added on all levels of the building – lower bowl, mid level and upper level. The seats added to the lower bowl will have a Stadium Builders License, which will maintain the integrity and value of the SBLs that were originally sold in 2003. All season tickets in the lower bowl will continue to have a seat license.

“Over the years we have received a number of requests from our season ticket members to purchase seat licenses, relocate their seats, or purchase additional tickets,” added Smolenski. “By adding new seats to our stadium, there are opportunities to fulfill some of these requests. Our ticket office will be managing this process over the next few months and we will be fair and flexible throughout the process.”

Approximately 52% of the tickets will increase in price, while 43% will stay the same and 5% will decrease. The previous stadium layout grouped tickets into five categories and the new layout will consist of eight.

This is in addition to new MASSIVE HD boards.

Everyone gripes when prices are raised, so you can insert yours here ______. But I see no problem with this. A new coach, a winning team, stadium upgrades, and actual useful green capabilities… it’s all worth it. Hell, they can double ticket prices for all I care if they make the Super Bowl next year. Or, you know, if they play another game in the snow so I can sell a bunch of product.

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Eagles-Chiefs Tickets Start at Just $88

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pic via Tommy (@OfeyDofey)

76 and sunny tomorrow. Great day to drink a cool glass of Andy Reid. Here’s a summary of ticket availability courtesy of our friends at TiqIQ, the wizards behind Crossing Broad Tickets:

Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia with his new team, the 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs, to take on new Eagles coach Chip Kelly and the team Reid helped build. Both coaches have extensive offensive backgrounds and are off to solid starts with their new teams, as Kelly has the Eagles averaging over 30 points per game and sitting with a 1-1 start. Reid, on the other hand, has the surprise Chiefs sitting undefeated with what seems to be a borderline elite defense and an efficient offense.

While some of the storyline here revolves around the Eagles’ sick offense and Alex Smith trying to push KC to 3-0, the reality is this is all about Reid coming back into Philly as a member of the opposing team for the first time in over a decade. Reid was highly successful in Philadelphia, but after his firing last off-season, he moved on to the Chiefs. Needless to say, this is a flat-out value game with Philadelphia Eagles tickets at just $168 on average and a very affordable get-in ticket price of just $88.

Obviously Reid’s return is a huge selling point, but the fact that Philly’s offense has looked so good and can be so explosive should also help get more people in the seats. Still, even with several reasons to see this game jacked up in ticket price, this one still comes it at 13% below Philadelphia’s home game ticket average of $193 and prices have fallen 21% in the last week. 

Get tickets here.

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Sponsored: Philly Sports Tickets from ABC Tickets

PhillySportsTicketsThis is a sponsored post in partnership with our friends from Tiq IQ and ABC Tickets, where you can find competitively-priced tickets for all local and non-local sporting events– INCLUDING EAGLES HOME GAMES.

Here’s a look at the average ticket prices that Philly folks are paying on the secondary market to see their teams in 2013:

With only eight games on the home schedule, it’s no surprise that Eagles fans are forking over at least 139% more than any other team in Philly.

It’s also no surprise that on the opposite side of the spectrum sits the Sixers– they have the lowest average ticket price of all Philly teams, 67% below the Eagles. Though $71 seems significantly higher than what you might have expected.

With baseball season heading towards the halfway point and the NFL season only two months away, there’s plenty of tickets for Philly fans to scoop up as the summer goes on. Get yours at ABC Tickets!

For Crossing Broad’s tailgate tomorrow, ABC has some outstanding infield seats available.

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The Phillies are Already Struggling with Attendance

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Relatively speaking, of course.

Ever so quietly, THE PHILLIES DIDN’T SELL OUT ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, THE SECOND AND THIRD HOME GAMES OF THE SEASON, ON A WEEKEND, WHEN IT WAS PRETTY NICE OUT.

They didn’t even top 40,000 each of those two days.

Yeah, that’s not good.

For a team that sold out three straight seasons, failing to come even close for weekend opening series games, I can assure you, is more than mildly concerning for the team. They couldn’t even get close enough to fudge the numbers this weekend.

So, what to do? Back to the hot dog wrappers. Almost:

Please enjoy a Buy One, Get One free offer* for the April 9 game (Hatfield Phillies Franks Dollar Dog Night) versus the New York Mets for designated seating areas priced $38 or less. To order your tickets, click on the “T” icon below and enter the password: WELCOME

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There’s more, too. Suddenly, the Phillies realized that they have to use social media for things other than pictures of giveaways:

Game 4 of the season. Home, against the Mets. Tickets, $10.

Yeah, we’re two months of Chad Durbin away from the dark ages.

Friendly reminder that you can always get cheap tickets on Crossing Broad Tickets smiley face.

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We’re Giving Away Two Opening Day Tickets, Just RSVP to Enter


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We have $200 in free tickets to giveaway courtesy of our friends at TiqIQ– use it for Opening Day, for other Phillies games, for the Flyers, for the Sixers (I'm just kidding– don't use it for the Sixers), or for concerts and other events. The choice, it's yours.

Here’s all you need to do to enter:

RSVP to the home opener (going, not going, watching) with your Facebook login on the Crossing Broad Tickets RSVP page no later than April 3, when we will announce the winner. RSVP here.

That’s it. Looks like this:

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If you’re not going, then use the winnings for Opening Day tickets. If you're already going, or can’t go, then use the $200 for something else.

In the meantime, if you can't wait and need Opening Day tickets, some great deals are available starting at around $50. Grab tickets to other Phillies games here (opening weekend seats for as low as $25!)

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Great Deals on NCAA Tournament Tickets

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Need NCAA tickets for Philly, Kansas City (Villanova) or Dayton (Temple and La Salle)? We got you covered.

Get ALL SESSION STRIPS to the games in Philly on Friday and Sunday – that’s six games – for as low as $85, with lower level tickets for around $150.

You can get Session 1 tickets (Friday afternoon) for as low as $77, Session 2 tickets (Friday night) for as low as $57, and Session 3 tickets (Sunday) for as low as $102.

For Dayton, get ALL SESSION STRIPS for rounds 2 and 3 (I’m assuming that if you’re planning on going tomorrow, you already have tickets) for as low as $135. 

For Kansas City, ALL SESSION STRIPS for as low as $99. 

All of these prices are as of writing this, so don’t hold it against me if they go up.

The NCAA men's tournament brings its madness to the Wells Fargo Center this weekend.  We've received some interesting data from TiqIQ on the ticket market for the games. TiqIQ has teamed up with Primesport, the official exchange of the tournament, for march madness tickets

Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia)

  • Session 1: $174 average
  • Session 2: $129 average
  • Session 3: $183 average
Games 
  • Creighton vs. Cincinnati (session 1)
  • Duke vs. Albany (session 1)
  • Georgetown vs. Florida Gulf Coast  (session 2)
  • San Diego State vs. Oklahoma  (session 2)

Crossing Broad Tickets is your one-stop shop for all Philly events. We round up the best tickets on the secondary market so you can shop for the great deals and seats, and support your favorite website while doing it.

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