Former quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson now mans the helm in the City of Brotherly Love. The first-year head coach will call upon rookie QB Carson Wentz to steer the ship, which produced a 9-7 record and missed the playoffs for a second straight season in 2015. It looks like the hype is real for Philadelphia’s new era of football, however, as Eagles fans will be paying a bit more to attend games at Lincoln Financial Field this season.
These new faces in Philadelphia are making an impact on prices for Eagles tickets on the secondary market this season. Check out a complete price breakdown of each Eagles home game in 2016 below:
If going through the primary market and searching for Eagles tickets on Ticketmaster, all but three games at Lincoln Financial Field have sold out. Tickets are still available for games against the Falcons on November 13th, Redskins on December 11th and Giants on December 22nd. On TicketIQ those non-sold out games own an average price of $219, a notable difference to the $270 average the five sold-out games own.
NFL Ticket Exchange, the official resale marketplace of the NFL, also provides a guaranteed buying experience for fans. Those listings can be viewed side by side with TicketIQ’s secure listings on all of our Eagles ticket buying pages.
For even more savings on Eagles tickets for the 2016 season, download our TicketIQ app, which serves as the only engagement-based loyalty program in the marketplace. In addition to its Lowest Price Guarantee, the TicketIQ app uses an IQ Rewards system that can help fans save up to 10% more on all of our IQ Certified listings. Download the TicketIQ app here to start building your TicketIQ now!