Two months later, perhaps inevitably, winning the Super Bowl has translated into an Eagles season-ticket price increase.
Season-ticket holders have received invoices announcing a hike the team says will average $10 per game per ticket. The cheapest tickets are going up $5 a game, but the priciest, in the lower level of Lincoln Financial Field, are increasing $20 or $25 a game. So if you have a pair on the lower level near midfield, you’re shelling out an extra $500.
The Eagles’ average price ranked 10th in the NFL last season, when the team also announced a price increase. It’s unclear where they will rank this year, since not all prices are set, but there is a good chance they’ll move higher into the top 10.