Eagles vs Giants Divisional ticket prices: How much does it cost to attend?

DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports) /

Well, the first round of the NFL Playoffs most certainly put the ‘wild’ in Wild Card Round. With the exception of the first and last game of course. Talk about snoozers! While all of this was going on, the Philadelphia Eagles enjoyed a well-deserved and much-needed bye week. They walk into their first playoff game as healthy as any football team can be this late in the season.

Jalen Hurts hasn’t been on the injury report all week. Avonte Maddox is the only player ruled out for Saturday night’s Divisional Round game versus the New York Giants, and Lane Johnson, despite dealing with a serious injury, has vowed to play and give this team all that he has for as long as Philadelphia is in the postseason chase.

The goal is simple. Win the next three games. If Philly does that, they hoist the second Vince Lombardi Trophy in franchise history. As was the case five years ago, there’s a buzz. Everyone is doing all that they can to soak in each step in the journey.

Philadelphia Eagles tickets for NFC Championship Game

It seems impossible to believe that there would actually be available seats at Lincoln Financial Field for the Divisional Round game. Hey, sue us! We decided to look anyway. Here’s some of what we dug up.

Ticket prices change constantly, but if you’re diligent, you may be able to pull off a miracle and do so for less than you expected. Per VividSeats, tickets are still available, and the range from $178 (if you feel like standing) to $8,839. That healthier number will land you in the lower level.

Don’t tell, the Birds that we told you this, but if you really want to be creative, you can take that $8,000, buy somewhere between eight and nine TVs and turn any room in your home into Buffalo Wild Wings. We decided to keep digging. Here’s some of what we came up with.


As of about 9 p.m. EST on Thursday evening, prices on StubHub ranged from $273 if you’d be satisfied with an end zone seat in the upper deck to an $1,620 arrangement in the lower level. Spending anywhere from $9,000 to $11,250 will put you in the tunnel club.

TicketMaster, TicketSmarter and SeatGeek

Finding seats on TicketMaster and TicketSmarter range from $276 per person to $10, 543 and $216 per person to $8,547 respectively while popular options like SeatGeek range from $238 to $4,000.

Hey, you only live once, right? Happy hunting! Go Birds!