How To Find The Cheapest Philadelphia Eagles Tickets + Face Price Options

 For the Eagles, even the highest-demand game against the Patriots has tickets available on the primary market. With less than 50 tickets available for that game, lower level end zone seats are going $425 each after fees. Despite those ‘unsold’ tickets, according to a sales rep at the team, the Eagles have a ‘multi-year’ waitlist for season tickets.  It’s the same story at the Bears and Seahawks, and evidence that in the new era of tickets, season tickets can be sold out even if single-game tickets are not.


On Ticketmaster, the Eagles have single game tickets not just for high-demand games like Patriots, but also for lesser opponents like the Jets, where end-zone seats are going for $300 each. Even in that low-demand price tier, the team is taking in more revenue compared to the season-ticket holder discount.  While the Eagles are a good lesson in how to capturing ‘market-driven’ margins, it seems they’re still leaving some money on the table. For what could be TB12s final visit to Philly, secondary market prices are about 10% higher than what’s available from the team.


Game Avg Price Get-In Price
9/8 vs WAS $306 $160
9/22 vs DET $282 $120
10/6 vs NYJ $294 $134
11/3 vs CHI $302 $153
11/17 vs NE $465 $210
11/24 vs SEA $289 $125
12/9 vs NYG $264 $111
12/22 vs DAL $338 $158

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Following Super Bowl, Prices For Eagles Tickets Are Highest This Decade

Carson Wentz’s return and a Super Bowl victory are driving the average asking price of 2018 Philadelphia Eagles ticket prices to an all-time high. According to data from, the secondary average market asking price of $368 is the highest since the company began tracking data in 2011. And that number is more than double the cost of a ticket to Lincoln Financial Field at the start of the decade.

Wentz, the No. 2 overall pick in 2016, went 11-2 before suffering a knee injury in December 2017, but Philadelphia surprised the league when Nick Foles stepped in and took the team all the way to its first Super Bowl victory, 41-33, against New England. The Patriots have played in three of the last four Super Bowls, winning two. That success has translated into sky-high tickets at Gillette Stadium – for the third consecutive year, Patriots tickets are the highest on the secondary market, currently trending at $624.

For the Eagles, the $368 average asking price represents a 17% increase over the $315 asking price in 2017.

The highest average asking price for an Eagles ticket is for a game that won’t be played at Lincoln Financial Field – or in the U.S., for that matter. According to data, the Eagles-Jacksonville Jaguars game slated for Oct. 28 in London has extremely limited inventory and an average asking price on the secondary market of $1,000.

At home, the average secondary market ticket price runs the gamut, with a get-in price of less than $100 for the Dec. 23 Houston Texans game to an average of $569 for the season opener against the Atlanta Falcons. The game will be a rematch of last season’s divisional playoff game (Philadelphia won, 15-10) and pits the last two NFC Champions. Fans will likely get a chance to see the Lombardi Trophy before the game and the stadium is already adorned with Super Bowl banners.

The second highest average asking price is currently $392 for the Nov. 11 Dallas Cowboys game, and six of eight home games have an average asking price of more than $342. Only the final two games of the season (vs. Washington and Houston) are currently available on the secondary market for less than $300.  

Since February, the Eagles have seen plenty of turnover – 13 members of the Super Bowl roster became free agents, and only LB Nigel Bradham was re-signed. That said, Philadelphia shored up its defense with DE Michael Bennett and added Ravens WR Mike Wallace.

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