Eagles Won’t Raise Ticket Prices in 2012

There’s some good news for those that make the Sunday trek to South Philadelphia to watch the Eagles live–ticket prices will hold steady for the 2012 season.

And while Joe Banner has no Lombardi Trophies for you, he wants you to know he’s damn proud of the Eagles right now.

“This is something we’re thrilled to be able to do,” said Banner. “There aren’t many teams who are selling out their stadiums and have a waiting list of more than 40,000 who are doing that. In fact, I would say there aren’t any teams like that who haven’t raised prices for four years.”

Cool, bro. Want a cookie?

Banner was quick to remind us all that Eagles ticket prices on secondary ticket sites like StubHub were at the top of the league which would warrant a raise in sales, but the club opted to hold firm on 2011 levels.

The Giants have won two Super Bowls in four years, but the Eagles haven’t raised ticket prices during that time frame, so we have that going for us, I guess.

Suck it, New York–score one for Philly.

Topics: Eagles Tickets, Joe Banner

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