2015 Cowboys vs Eagles Tickets Are Averaging 134% More At AT&T than Lincoln Financial Field
September 3, 2015
The NFC East division is always interesting, but this season it will be especially because of the uncertainty of just who will come out on top of this division at season’s end as the NFC East is not expected to be that strong of a division. However, the teams that are expected to battle it out throughout the year are the Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles. They both kick off the 2015 season on Sunday September 13, Philadelphia on the road in Atlanta and Dallas at home against the Giants for Sunday Night Football. Dallas is coming off a 12-win season, winning an NFC east title for the first time since 2009 as the Eagles despite winning 10 games were unable to clinch playoff berth for third time in the last four years.
The Cowboys and Eagles, like every season, will meet twice and tickets for their first matchup in Week 2 are in high demand. The Eagles will get their chance to host the Cowboys at Lincoln Financial Field home their home opener on September 20 as Eagles tickets will see the most expensive asking average price of the whole season with an average price of $548.64 on the secondary market,134% above the overall average price for Eagles tickets at Lincoln Financial Field which is $234.45. The cheapest ticket to this game is priced at $277.
Dallas will host its game against Philadelphia at AT&T Stadium on Sunday Night Football in Week 9, and Cowboys tickets are going for an average price of $295.16 on the secondary market, with the cheapest ticket priced at $97. Cowboys tickets for the mid-season game are 7% below their overall average for tickets on the secondary market for games at AT&T Stadium which is $306.60.
Considered to be one of the higher profile rivalries in the NFL, the Eagles and Cowboys have played a total of 112 games, including playoffs, with the Cowboys leading the all-time series 63-49. Their most recent meeting was last December with the Cowboys coming away as the victor 38-27.