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Eagles tickets are hot in October

Title: A Preview For Eagles Tickets In October

It was only a week ago that the Philadelphia Eagles were one of the few undefeated teams in the NFL. At 3-0, the Eagles looked impressive with three straight games of scoring at least 30 points.

A road trip against the San Francisco 49ers crushed the notion of an unblemished season, but through the first four weeks of the 2014 season, it’s still been made clear that Chip Kelly’s crew is good enough to make it back-to-back trips to the playoffs.

They still have more work to do, of course, so let’s continue to break down their path as we analyze the price of Eagles tickets in their October matchups:

Week 5 VS. St. Louis Rams (10/5/14) | Average Ticket Price: $176.75 | Get-in Ticket Price: $78

Nick Foles and the offense try to get back to their winning ways this week, as the Eagles welcome the lowly Rams to town. St. Louis does have a stingy pass defense, but hopefully LeSean McCoy can finally find some running room against their suspect run defense. Eagles tickets come at a solid value in this one, in what should be a win to get Philly back up to 4-1 on the year.

Week 6 VS. New York Giants (10/12/14) | Average Ticket Price: $280.17 | Get-in Ticket Price: $113

The Eagles should enter a huge NFC East battle with the G-Men at 4-1, and if the Giants come in at 3-2, this game could be a showdown for the early division lead. New York started the season looking ugly, but have since rebounded and look like a real threat. Philly will need to bring their ‘A’ game to take this one, but odds should be in their favor as they host Eli Manning and co. on their home field.

Week 8 @ Arizona Cardinals (10/26/14) | Average Ticket Price: $181.28 | Get-in Ticket Price: $48

Philly used to be undefeated. The Cardinals still are. They probably won’t be after facing the Broncos in week five and almost certainly wouldn’t be by week eight, anyways, but this is clearly a big NFC showdown. Arizona’s defense has had a ton of injuries, but they remain a pretty nasty group. They’ll give Philly’s offense something to think about in what figures to be a tough road contest.

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