Here are the Best Deals for Eagles Tickets This Season

Photo Credit: Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports
Photo Credit: Derik Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports

From our friends at TiqIQ:

Last season the Eagles surprised everyone by winning ten games and taking the NFC East after starting the season 1-3 and 3-5. Chip Kelly proved to be as good as advertised, and Nick Foles was brilliant for them in the second half of the season. Eagles tickets on the secondary market are averaging $216 for the season at Lincoln Financial Field.

Week 1 vs Jacksonville Jaguars | Avg. Price: $205.58 | Get-in Price: $85

The first game of the season isn’t a particularly exciting game for the Eagles. The Jacksonville Jaguars are once again supposed to be one of the worst teams in the NFL. Tickets for the game still average above $200, with a $205.58 average and $85 get-in price, because it’s the first game of the season.

Week 3 vs Washington Redskins | Avg. Price: $251.55 | Get-in Price: $88

The following week might be the most anticipated on the 2014 schedule. The secondary market prices certainly indicate that with the Eagles tickets averaging $251.55 for the game, the highest of the season at home. The get-in price of $88 is also the second most expensive number, which makes sense since it’s the return of receiver DeSean Jackson.

Week 5 vs St. Louis Rams | Avg. Price: $191.04 | Get-in Price: $81

The game against the St. Louis Rams is the first of the season to average below $200. Eagles vs. Rams tickets are averaging $191.04 for the second lowest average of the season. The Rams just lost quarterback Sam Bradford for the season, but could still surprise people thanks to an elite front-seven on defense.

Week 6 vs New York Giants | Avg. Price: $228.29 | Get-in Price: $90

The game against the New York Giants might not have the highest average price, but the get-in price of $90 is the highest on the Eagles schedule. The Giants could easily have another rough season, and the Eagles have owned their division rivals over the last several seasons. Tickets for this Sunday Night game currently have an average price of $228.29 on the secondary market.

Week 10 vs Carolina Panthers | Avg. Price: $195.04 | Get-in Price: $75

Last season the Panthers were a surprise success story as well. But this year they are expected to regress from their 12-win campaign. That helps explain how tickets against the Panthers managed to average under $200. The average price of the game is $195.04 with a get-in price of $75. This is also a Monday Night Football game.

Week 12 vs Tennessee Titans | Avg. Price: $190.79 | Get-in Price: $73

The cheapest game of the season for the Eagles is against an AFC opponent. Not only has the AFC been the weaker conference recently, but the AFC South might be the worst division in football. The Tennessee Titans are once again expected to miss the playoffs. Both the average and get-in prices are the lowest of the season for the Eagles.

Week 14 vs Seattle Seahawks | Avg. Price: $223.22 | Get-in Price: $79

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl last year, but the average price and get-in price of this game is cheaper than the Eagles games against NFC East opponents. The game against the defending Super Bowl champions is averaging $223.22 with a get-in price of $79. Even the Rams game had a higher get-in price.

Week 15 vs Dallas Cowboys | Avg. Price: $242.38 | Get-in Price: $82

The final game of the season is a rematch of last year’s final game that decided the NFC East. It was the third straight year the Cowboys lost the division on the final game of the season, and finished 8-8. This year Eagles vs. Cowboys tickets are averaging $242.38 with a get-in price of $82.

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2 Responses

  1. I would like to know how scalpers at the Linc will operate this year. There are no more hard tickets. Are the guys out there going to be selling 8 by 11 sheets of paper with Eagles Tickets barcodes. It’s pretty easy to print more than one copy. What’s to stop a guy from selling the same seat to 3 or 4 people. By the time you walk from the AT&T Broad Street stop to the Linc the guy is long gone. A guy could just as easy been selling counterfeit tickets the last few seasons but they are harder to make. It’s also easier to find out where the counterfeit tickets are being made. The holographic pattern can be traced and eventually you find the person who is printing them through tips. A five year old can make extra printed copies of tickets. In reality getting rid of the hard tickets is the biggest mistake the Eagles ever made. I even think it is harder to prosecute someone trying hawk printed sheets of paper than actual tickets. Your lawyer could say somehow you selected two copies on your printer instead of one. If I’m caught by an undercover detective with 10-20 Eagles tickets with fake holograms there is no question of my intent.

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