Eagles increase season tickets by average of $10 per seat, per game

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The Eagles are giving fans more reasons to attend home games, and the fans are going to have to give a little more to do so.

The team has confirmed that season-ticket prices will increase in 2018. According to a team spokesman, season tickets will jump by an average of $10 per seat, per game.

For most seats, the increase will be only $5 or $10 per ticket. In the lower level of the stadium, some tickets will spike by $20 or $25.

Based on fundamental notions of supply and demand, it won’t be hard for the Eagles to sell out the season tickets — especially when the waiting list has more than 40,000 accounts.

18 responses to “Eagles increase season tickets by average of $10 per seat, per game

  1. I was on the waiting list for 14 years. Combine that with the season they had and there’s no way they won’t get a near 100% renewal rate.

  2. The ‘waiting list’ for Charger tickets is -12,000. There is no waiting list. Ticket are $250/game with $100 for parking and very expensive concession prices. They are an afterthought in LA as the Rams take over the market.

  3. I am not an Eagle’s fan, but curious to what the home fans think of this. Do you shut up and pay this as thanks for the SB winning team, or do you think your getting taken advantage of now?

  4. If you divide the $10 average seat increase by the 58 years the fans had to wait since their last title, that works out to slightly over 17 cents per seat.

    I’m guessing most ticket holders will take that trade-off in a heartbeat.

  5. “Do you shut up and pay this as thanks for the SB winning team, or do you think you’re getting taken advantage of now?”

    It’s not a question of getting taken advantage of or not. If you really want to go to the games, you’ll pay whatever the price is if you can afford it. If it’s not that important to you to see the game in person, you’ll stay home and watch on TV, like most people do. The Eagles wouldn’t charge whatever they charge if people weren’t willing to pay it. Simple as that….the law of supply and demand.

  6. @guyjuneguyjune says:

    The ‘waiting list’ for Charger tickets is -12,000. There is no waiting list. Ticket are $250/game with $100 for parking and very expensive concession prices. They are an afterthought in LA as the Rams take over the market.
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    $100…a hundee…a C-note just to park??? They should go back to San Diego.

  7. @dieselguy19 says:
    I am not an Eagle’s fan, but curious to what the home fans think of this. Do you shut up and pay this as thanks for the SB winning team, or do you think your getting taken advantage of now?
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    Really a silly question. People will pay because that’s the price…news flash for you…a large % of those in attendance pay well above the stated ticket price through a secondary ticket broker, like NFL Ticket Exchange.

  8. binarymath says:
    April 4, 2018 at 2:50 pm
    If you divide the $10 average seat increase by the 58 years the fans had to wait since their last title, that works out to slightly over 17 cents per seat.

    I’m guessing most ticket holders will take that trade-off in a heartbeat.

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    Your point would be 100% accurate if the cost of the ticket 58 years ago was equal to today’s current cost.

  9. Ugh… I have two Prime section tickets. That’s a $50 a game increase for me. I’ll pay it. But I’ll be selling some of the games to recoup some of the $3,400 for the season. I read the comments above. Interesting to see those saying it’s a small price to pay. I’d like to know if they are season ticket holders or sitting home watching for free eating reasonably priced food and drinking reasonably priced beer. Haha

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