If fans are hoping to be a part of the Eagles playoff push, they'll be paying up to be on hand at Lincoln Financial Field down the stretch.
With five more home games on tap this season, the team will welcome the Falcons, Packers, Redskins, Giants and Cowboys to Philadelphia, each of which currently owns a winning record entering Week 9. Each game is posting big resale ticket demand on the secondary market, with just two now averaging under $200 on TicketIQ.
Over those five games, Philadelphia Eagles tickets on the secondary market average $306.69. Interestingly enough, it will be the Falcons and their Week 10 visit that generates the highest average ticket price with tickets averaging $346 entering Week 9. A Week 17 game against the Cowboys trails directly behind with an average resale price of $337. Check out a complete price breakdown for Eagles tickets below:
On the other end of the financial spectrum, the cheapest Eagles tickets remaining come against the divisional counterpart Redskins during Week 14. That game owns a secondary market average of $284, 7 percent below the season average for remaining home games, and the cheapest available tickets are listed from $108. The Eagles will host the Giants two weeks later in what will be the second cheapest remaining home game. Tickets to the divisional matchup now average $289 and the get-in price is $123.
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