Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Eagles games a veritable bargain

Entering the 2010 season, Team Marketing reported the Eagles’ average ticket cost $69, ranking 20th in the league topped by the New England Patriots ($117.84), the New York Jets ($114.64), the New York Giants ($111.69) and the Dallas Cowboys ($110.20).

That's the same figure as in 2006.

The Eagles are tied for ninth-highest in parking, charging $25 a car. Cowboys parking is $75, the Chicago Bears charge $46, the Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks $40 a car.

Additionally the fan cost index (calculated TeamMarketing.com by adding the average cost of two adult and two children tickets, parking, two programs, four small soft drinks, two small beers, four hot dogs and two adult size caps) is $391.50, ranking 17th in the league.

The FCI’s of all of the NFC East teams are considerably more, the Cowboys topping the NFL at $617.80, although if you shop at the Wal-Mart lot right next to the stadium you might be able to save some money.


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