The Eagles will raise tickets for 52 percent of the seats at Lincoln Financial Field in 2014, while ticket prices will remain the same in 43 percent of the same and prices will decrease in five percent of the stadium, Zach Berman of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
This news comes as the Eagles begin construction on the second phase of their stadium renovations, which will include 1,600 new seats and new video boards and ribbon boards.
Seating capacity will increase to more than 69,000. The Eagles’ lease with the city does not allow the stadium capacity to exceed 70,000.
The team’s pricing model has been adjusted from five pricing categories to eight pricing categories, with tickets at midfield gaining in value. The Eagles will not adopt the variable pricing that other teams have used, in which different games include a different price point.
The price increase ranges from $10 to $25 per ticket. Midfield lower-level seats will go from $105 to $130. Lower-level sideline seats go from $105 to $115. Lower-level end zone seats will go from $95 to $105. Some of the upper-level seating will drop from $105 to $85. Much of the upper-level remains at $75.