Here’s how Eagles fans can buy NFC Championship Game tickets
By Josh Hill
Tomorrow will be a busy Sunday for Philadelphia Eagles fans. Not because they’ll be wondering if the Eagles can pull out a win, rather they’ll be searching for the answer to the all important question of how to buy NFC Championship Game tickets.
It’s the best possible question to have, and Eagles fans are asking themselves for just the second time in the last fifteen years. Next Sunday will mark the fifth time in franchise history that Philly will play host to the NFC Championship Game, and right now it doesn’t really matter who will be making the trip out.
The Eagles are on fire right now, hot off a 38-7 throttling of the New York Giants in a playoff win that was satisfying for more than one reason. Philadelphia destroyed a division rival to kick off its Super Bowl journey, a game that acted less as a challenge and more of a tuning up before a bigger showdown next Sunday.
Answers were provided about the health of Jalen Hurts as well. It was unclear how well he’d be able to play in the Divisional Round after two of the last three games to end the Eagles season. It didn’t take long for him to pick up where he left off before the injury, starting the game 7-for-7 with two touchdowns and a perfect quarterback rating.
But for whatever questions were answered on the field, fans want to know how to secure tickets for next week’s big game.
NFC Championship Game ticket prices (Updated January 2023)
Finding NFC Championship Game tickets won’t be as hard as it may seem. It all depends on how fast you find them and what your willingness to pay a steep price will be. The good news is, those two things do not go hand-in-hand.
Right now the best place to buy tickets is on the official Philadelphia Eagles ticketing site. The team will be releasing tickets for the game at face value, but the quantity will obviously be extremely limited and will sell out fast. The upshot will be fans won’t get priced out of gong to the game, as tickets from the Eagles won’t be upcharged beyond any ticketing fees.
The next best option is to check out the secondary market. Places like StubHub, TickPick, SeatGeek and others will have tickets for sale. Some even had tickets for sale before the game, but at a pretty gnarly price. The cheapest ticket on the secondary market at the time of publication was $589 on StubHub, and that was for Standing Room Only.
Almost all tickets that are on the secondary markets before official tickets are released are put there by season ticket holders who had first dibs on playoff tickets. That’s what you’ll have to deal with if you miss out on getting tickets directly from the team, but fans will be able to attend the game and find NFC Championship Game tickets if price is no object.