With both the state and the city allowing fans into sporting events as soon as Friday, a contingent of Eagles fans will be looking to score tickets to this Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens.
While 7,500 people will be let into the stadium to comply with Pennsylvania's capacity rule for large venues, that doesn't mean there will be 7,500 tickets available for dog mask-wearing fans. That number includes players, team officials, event staff and even your favorite beat writers up in the press box. If you want to be there, the number of available tickets will be closer to roughly 5,000.
Season ticket holders who opted in for the 2020 season will have the first crack at tickets for home games. The Eagles made tickets available to those individuals today. Each purchase is limited to a maximum of amount of six tickets, which will form a seating pod to follow social distancing guidelines. Any potential remaining tickets for both this Sunday and the next week's Thursday Night Football matchup with the New York Giants will be available at a later date that the Eagles have yet to disclose.
Those who opted out of the 2020 season and other fans not willing to take the risk of going to a public sporting event can watch Nathan Gerry get put on an island from the comfort of their own homes this weekend.