The entire Philadelphia region has Eagles fever.
Tickets to the Philadelphia Eagles first home playoff game since 2010 sold out, and quickly.
Three minutes after going on sale via Ticketmaster on Tuesday, all tickets to Saturday night's game were gone, the Eagles front office announced. Households were limited to four tickets.
While box office tickets were gone quickly, there are still thousands of seats up for grabs on secondary sale websites.
On StubHub, there were more than 4,000 tickets available as of Tuesday night. Prices, however, ranged wildly. Standing room only tickets were going for $152, while seats in the upper level were listed for $6,112.
The Eagles take on the New Orleans Saints at Lincoln Financial Field. Game time is set for 8:10 p.m. and you can watch the game live on NBC10.
- Before kickoff be sure to watch NBC10's pre-game special "Tailgate to Victory" starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
The Eagles have won nine NFC East titles in their history. Will this Saturday make the 10th?
The playoff game has caused the Saturday 7 p.m. performance of "Disney On Ice" to be cancelled. But, "Disney On Ice" ticket holders can redeem their Saturday night ticket for another scheduled performance through Jan. 5. More details here.
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