The Philadelphia Eagles will play their second home game of the season tomorrow night and a familiar face will be at Lincoln Financial Field, although he will be roaming the visitor’s sidelines for the first time since 1998.
Andy Reid makes his return to Philadelphia as he leads his new team, the Kansas City Chiefs, against his old team, now led by Chip Kelly. Eagles tickets are still widely available on the secondary market and here is a breakdown of what you will find if you’re looking to attend the game.
Tomorrow night’s game has the second lowest average ticket price of any Eagles home game this season at $170, higher than only the December 1st matchup against Arizona which has an average ticket price of $163. The get-in price is currently $110, cheaper than only two remaining home games, October 6th against the New York Giants and October 20th against the Dallas Cowboys. Games against Arizona and Detroit have lower get-in prices at $85 and $90 respectively while home games against Chicago and Washington have tickets available for $100 as well.
If you’re looking to sit in the lower level, tickets are available beginning at $163 for seating in the corners and behind the end zones. You’ll have to pay a little more to sit between the 40’s as those tickets are currently listed for as low as $312. In regards to other seating, premium level seating on the 200 level suites begins at $250 and you can purchase tickets in the Pepsi Zone for as low as $163.
The average ticket price has dropped 20% over the past week and will undoubtedly drop a bit over the next hours before game time. If you’re willing to wait it out, tickets will probably reach their lowest point sometime tomorrow afternoon, although much of the inventory will have disappeared by then. If you really want to be at the Link tomorrow night, now might be the best time to make the plunge and buy your Week 3 tickets for Chiefs @ Eagles.