Eagles game costs are soaring this year
Catching an Eagles game at Lincoln Financial Field will cost you a pretty penny this year.
Driving the news: The estimated total for a family of four to enjoy an Eagles game in South Philly — including tickets, parking, a pair of beers, two sodas and four hotdogs — is $724.33, according to an analysis from Bookies.com.
- That's above the NFL average ($536.77) and more expensive than attending games in 25 other NFL cities.
Between the lines: The San Francisco 49ers were by far the most expensive team to watch in person, with the cheapest available tickets averaging out to over $200 each.
- In Philly, the cheapest available tickets averaged around $150, whereas Cardinals fans can find tickets for under $50.
- But the real kicker here is the booze. Prices for a 16-ounce beer at Eagles games average near $15, the highest in the NFL.
What's next: The Eagles kick off their season on Sunday against the Lions in Detroit.
- The Birds' first home game is Sept. 19 against the Minnesota Vikings.
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