Thursday, 13 March 2014

Eagles Add Seats; Announce Ticket Prices

The Philadelphia Eagles announced that they are starting the construction of the second phase of its revitalization project stage two years including the addition of approximately 1,600 new seats and installing new HD video card brand and ribbon boards carried Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles will also be adjusting ticket prices in different sections of the stadium. 
The main changes include new seating bowl seating sections in the northeast and southwest corners of the stadium that will also connect the upper concourse.

" For the first time since we opened the Lincoln Financial Field in 2003 , we have the opportunity to add seats, " said President Don Smolenski . "We are excited to add new fans to the family of Eagles."

 Glass bottom , middle and top level - typically those at all levels of the building is added. The seats added to the lower cup will have a Stadium Builders License , which maintain the integrity and value of the SBL that were originally sold in 2003. All season tickets in the lower bowl will still have a seat license .

"Over the years we have received a number of requests from our members to purchase season tickets for licensing , relocate their seats or purchase additional tickets ,"

  said Smolenski . "By adding new seats to our stadium , there are opportunities to meet some of these requests . Our sales office will be managing this process in the coming months and we will be fair and flexible throughout the process."

Approximately 52 % of tickets will increase in price, while 43 % will remain the same and 5% will be reduced. The design of the previous stadium tickets grouped into five categories and the new design will consist of eight .

"With the seats added and the bowl structure of our changing room, we took a step back and review how the building was priced " Smolenski said. "We decided to adjust prices in certain sections to more accurately reflect its value and popularity compared to other sectors of the stadium . "