The only way to get into the Linc on game day is with a ticket.
Going to an Eagles game is an experience, seeing them play a rival like the Cowboys, Giants or Redskins is even more of one.
Fans will get their shot to get into the Linc for those games and more when single-game tickets go on sale on Thursday, June 21 at 10:00 a.m.
Tickets are available for all 10 of the team’s home games -- including those two pesky preseason matchups. Key games on the Eagles schedule include a home-opener against the Baltimore Ravens (Sept. 16), against Cam Newtown and the Carolina Panthers (Monday Night November 26)and the division rivalry game against the dreaded Dallas Cowboys (Nov. 11).
But the game likely to sell out first has to be Sept. 30 against the defending Super Bowl champion Giants. Any game against New York is a big deal but this one is even bigger this year because the Eagles will be retiring Brian Dawkins' No. 20 jersey during halftime.
The rest of the games include matchups against 2011 playoff teams like the Detroit Lions (Oct. 14), Atlanta Falcons (Oct. 28) and Cincinnati Bengals (Thursday, Dec. 13).
The Birds also host the Redskins Dec. 23 and have preseason matchups against the Pittsburgh Steelers (Thursday, Aug. 9) and New York Jets (Thursday, Aug. 30)
Single-game ticket prices range from $70 to $95 and there is a four-ticket limit.