Can you smell that? It’s the fresh grass being cut at Lincoln Financial Field and that can only mean one thing…the Philadelphia Eagles are getting ready to hit the field for the start of the 2015 season! After the regular season schedule was announced, tickets started flying up on secondary markets like StubHub, etc. But tomorrow, Wednesday, May 13 at 10 AM EST, single-game tickets will be available through the Eagles’ official website at “face value”!
Here’s the post the team put up regarding the sale of the tickets and more information about prices and all that jazz:
"Single-game tickets for all 10 Eagles home games will go on sale on Wednesday, May 13th at 10 AM.Fans can purchase tickets at that time by visiting Ticketmaster.com or by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000. Prices range from $75-$130 and there is a four-ticket limit per household. Standing room only tickets are $55.The Eagles 2015 home schedule is listed below:"
With that being said, which Eagles’ home games are “must see” that you just can’t miss the opportunity to go to?
The first game, which may surprise some people is Philadelphia’s very first preseason game against the Colts. It’s obviously a meaningless game in terms of the final result but it’ll be the first real in-game action we’ll be able to see some new faces like quarterback Sam Bradford, cornerback Byron Maxwell and all of the rookies in midnight green. It will be fun to get a chance to watch the new members of the team live and in person when they make their Eagles’ debuts.
Up next is the home opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Week 2. It’s obviously an important game since it’s a divisional game that will play a huge factor toward the end of the season if there are any tie-breakers involved with the standings. But besides that, it’ll be running back DeMarco Murray‘s first game against his former team that “disrespected” him with their contract offer during free agency. Murray will likely be playing with some extra fire in his eyes trying to show the Cowboys what they missed on by letting him sign with a division rival.
One last game that will also be a “must see” match-up is Week 14 when the Buffalo Bills and former Eagles running back LeSean McCoy visit the City of Brotherly Love. When the schedule was initially released, many were surprised that it wasn’t a prime-time game since McCoy has been very outspoken about Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and the way he was treated by being traded. The game could always be “flexed” to a prime-time slot but it’s too early to tell. Either way, it’s going to be a heated match-up between a dominant Bills’ defense and the uptempo Eagles’ offense and then McCoy trying to get his revenge on Kelly and the Eagles’ tough run defense.
The 2015 season should be an exciting one for the Philadelphia Eagles so be sure to get the tickets while you can and for much cheaper than you’ll spend on the secondary market. If you’re choosing between which games to go to, definitely consider the games mentioned above since they should be exciting match-ups between old “friends”!
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