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The dust has settled after last weekend’s trade of Sam Bradford to the Vikings, but expectations in Philadelphia haven’t dropped as rookie Carson Wentz prepares to fill the void. The Eagles are poised to be a contender in a wide-open NFC East — a division that saw the Redskins claim the top spot after going just 9-7 in 2015 - and Wentz will look to push the team to its first playoff berth since 2013.

So how much is the new era in Philadelphia going to cost fans? TicketIQ breaks down prices for Eagles tickets during the 2016 season below. TicketIQ has been analyzing the ticket market for over five years and has licensed data to nearly 50 professional teams, helping sell millions of tickets in the process.  With those credentials, we’re excited to have them as our official ticketing partner to not only help save the most on tickets, but also to track the market like a pro!  

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Despite the 6 percent jump in price this season, the Eagles are still the cheapest team in the NFC East this season. The Eagles are the 12th most expensive team on the resale market in 2016, down from the ninth priciest in 2015. The Seahawks own the top-priced ticket in the NFL at an average resale price of $459.

• The Eagles will play their most expensive home game against the Steelers on September 25. The 79th installment of the Pennsylvania rivalry currently owns a $390 average, up 60% over their season average, and the get-in price is $175. No other game at Lincoln Financial Field this season will post an average price over $300 on the secondary market. The Eagles lead the series 47-28-3 all time dating back to 1933.

• All but three Eagles home games have sold out on the primary market. Those games are against the Falcons on November 13, Redskins on December 11th and Giants on December 22nd. The cheapest of those games will be against the Redskins, with tickets starting from $85. 

• For those fans with hopes of getting the best deals on Eagles tickets this season, look no further than a November 13 matchup with the Falcons. That game is the least expensive Eagles home game on average, with tickets owning a secondary market average of $200. The cheapest available ticket is currently listed from $97. The lowest get-in price, however, comes against the Redskins on December 11 at just $68.