Eagles raise Lincoln Financial Field ticket prices

Eagles raise Lincoln Financial Field ticket prices
January 31, 2013, 4:30 pm
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Coming off a 4-12 season, their worst since 1998, the Eagles are raising ticket prices for the first time in four years.

Most seats are going up $10 dollars and some are now $5 more, according to information released by the team. The average ticket price of an Eagles home game at the Linc is $93, which the team said is 11th-highest in the National Football League.

Seats going from $95 to $105 are located in the Lower Level Sideline. Upper Level Endzone seats inflate from $85 to $95. General Upper Level seats are up from $70 to $75.

An average Eagles home ticket is still the least expensive in the NFC East and in the middle third of the NFL, according to the release.

Enhancements made to the Linc, which opened in 2003, were noted in a letter sent from team president Don Smolenski to season-ticket holders that explained the increase.

“We have made some dramatic changes this offseason, including the hiring of Coach Chip Kelly. But one thing that hasn’t changed -- and Coach Kelly appreciates this -- is that the passion [the fans] display and the support [the fans] provide with [their] loyalty to [the] Eagles makes this a special place to play football,” Smolenski wrote.

“We are also embarking on a two-year stadium improvement plan at Lincoln Financial Field focused on enhancing the game day experience.”

Further details about the stadium renovations will be made announced in the future.

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