A pivotal NFC East matchup will take place this weekend when the Philadelphia Eagles host the New York Giants at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.
They welcome the Washington Redskins in an NFC East showdown this Sunday, which will serve as the third most expensive game on the secondary market at Lincoln Financial Field this season.
The Sixers are asking fans to be patient as they continue to build, but should they reward fans with discounted future ticket prices?
A season after parting ways with wide receiver DeSean Jackson, the Eagles will host a regular season game against Jackson’s new team, the Washington Redskins. According to TiqIQ, the secondary market prices for these two returns aren’t showing the same kind of demand.
The Philadelphia Eagles are one of many teams that look to be on the rise, as they aim to pick up where their momentum left off in 2013 after finishing with a solid 10-6 record and a division title.
The Chip Kelly era has brought re-energized prices to the secondary market for Eagles tickets.
Eagles raise ticket prices for the 2013 season.
Eagles announce ticket prices will remain the same.
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced they will not increase their ticket prices for the 2011 season. The team has increased tickets once over the past four years and their average price of a ticket ranks 20th in the NFL.