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Title: Division Rivals Are the Three Most Expensive Games On The Eagles Schedule

The Philadelphia Eagles appear to be the top dog in the NFC East this season, but that doesn’t mean they are far and away the best team.

They struggled against the Jaguars in the opening week, yet they were able to rattle off a victory, unlike the other three NFC East stalwarts.  The Cowboys, Redskins, and Giants all fell in Week 1, though Dallas and Washington were able to right the ship in Week 2 to get back to 1-1.

Nonetheless, the Eagles have to be favored to win the division at this point and fans seem to be jumping in on the excitement as demand has increased for Eagles tickets to the three intradivisional games at Lincoln Financial Field this year.

Below is a breakdown of the three divisional home games for the Eagles, ranked by highest average ticket price according to ABC Tickets.

Week 3 VS. Washington Redskins – September 21, 2014 | Average Ticket Price: $255.80 | Get-in: $109

Robert Griffin III’s injury in Week 2 will obviously affect Washington’s outlook this season, though Kirk Cousins did look good in relief.  At an average ticket price of $255.80, this is the most expensive NFC East matchup on the Philly home schedule.

Week 15 VS. Dallas Cowboys – December 14, 2014 | Average Ticket Price: $238.49 | Get-in: $95

A big late season matchup with Dallas could ultimately decide the NFC East.  Presently, the average ticket price is $238.49 but expect that number to increase significantly if the Cowboys can remain in the hunt throughout the remainder of the season.

Week 6 VS. New York Giants – October 12, 2014 | Average Ticket Price: $235.86 | Get-in: $88

The Giants are winless thus far and have not looked particularly good on either side of the ball.  Nonetheless, New York is always a draw down in Philadelphia and that shows with an average ticket price of $235.86.  But if you’re looking for the cheapest ticket to an NFC East rivalry game, this is the game to go to with tickets beginning at only $88.

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