By Steve Kelly
The Eagles have some balls!
They haven’t made the playoffs in three seasons and haven’t won a playoff game since after the 2008 campaign — eight years!
But they are raising season ticket prices for the 2017 season. Per Philly.com, each season ticket is increasing by an average of $70. The report said it’s the first time the team has raised season ticket prices since 2014.
In a letter to season ticket holders the Birds announced it will again use variable pricing for individual game ticket sales.
The Texans, Bears and Lions are among the teams that have previously announced they’re raising ticket prices. The Browns are lowering prices on many of their tickets, while the Bills, Vikings and Rams have announced that their prices will remain unchanged from last season.