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Frequently Asked Questions
  1. What is this site about?
  2. Who runs this site?
  3. Are you affiliated with the Philadelphia Eagles?
  4. What is an SBL?
  5. Do all seats at Lincoln Financial Field have SBL's?
  6. How often can an SBL be transferred?
  7. Are seats without SBL's transferrable?
  8. How is the ownership transferred?
  9. How long does a transfer to my name take?
  10. Where do the seats listed for sale on this site come from?
  11. How do I know the seats are authentic?
  12. I'm on the waiting list, when will the Eagles call me?
  13. What is owning a seat at Lincoln Financial Field worth?
  14. Are all of these seats available?
  15. Why are prices for similar seats so different?
  16. Is this illegal, immoral or unethical?
  17. Why aren't prices displayed and how can I get pricing on the seats that are shown?
  18. What are the different types of Season Tickets directly offered from the Eagles?

  1. What is this site about?
    • This website is dedicated to the liquidation and acquisition of Philadelphia Eagles Seat rights and season tickets. Back to top.
  2. Who runs this site?
    • Seatmeat, Inc., an Entertainment & Media company located in Philadelphia.. Back to top.
  3. Are you affiliated with the Philadelphia Eagles?
    • No, although we do work closely and frequently with the Eagles ticket office to verify tickets and institute transfers.
  4. What is an SBL?
    • SBL stands for Stadium Builders License. They were originally sold during construction of Lincoln Financial Field. Each SBL entitles the owner to purchase season tickets at face value directly from the Philadelphia Eagles. Back to top.
  5. Do all seats at Lincoln Financial Field have SBL's?
    • No. Lower Level Seats, Zone 1 Club, Zone 2 Balcony, 2nd Level Balcony all have SBL's associated with them. Some first level seats, such as Touchdown Club or Red Zone seats, have leases associated with them. Zone 2, 3 & 4 club seats have leases associated with them. All second level seats above balcony do not have SBL's and are non-transferrable. Back to top.
  6. How often can an SBL be transferred?
    • Transfer of Eagles SBL's can only be executed ONCE per calender year! We have come across several situations where, for instance, business partners have transferred seats into one partner's name and then attempted to transfer the seats to a third party, and were then denied by the Eagles until the following year.

      When transferring SBL's, make sure those seats have not been transferred this year or you will have to wait until next year to actually obtain the rights. This does not mean an agreement cannot take place immediately, but keep in mind that the Eagles will not accept the paperwork or change billing or ticket info until one year has passed from any prior transfers. Back to top.
  7. Are seats without SBL's transferrable?
    • ONLY seats that have SBL's associated with them and Club seat leases are eligible for transfers. 2nd level seating that DOES NOT have an SBL associated with them are NOT ELIGIBLE FOR TRANSFERS! Back to top.
  8. How is the ownership transferred?
    • SBL's have an SBL Transfer Request Form, which must be signed and notarized by both buyer and seller, along with copies of photo ID. Club seat leases also have a transfer form, but notarization and photo ID are not required. Seats that have both SBL's and leases require BOTH sets of documents. Note that SBL transfers may occur ONLY ONCE per calander year. Club leases do not have this restriction. Second level seating that does not have an SBL or a lease (regular season tickets) are NOT TRANSFERABLE. Back to top.
  9. How long does a transfer to my name take?
    • Both parties can go to the Eagles ticket office to complete a transaction, which is instantaneous, or, all forms can be submitted by mail, in which case it usually takes a week or so. The staff at the Eagles have really been great in expediting requests. Back to top.
  10. Where do the seats listed for sale on this site come from?
    • These seats are owned by people who, for a particular reason or price, are willing to sell their rights. Keep in mind that most people do not NEED to sell their seats. Back to top.
  11. How do I know the seats are authentic?
    • All seat licenses and leases are verified by us and you if desired. You can also verify ownership by logging into the Eagles online account manager. Seat owners will have login and PIN information to gain access. Back to top.
  12. I'm on the waiting list, when will the Eagles call me?
    • Realistically, not any time soon, and potentially not in your lifetime, even if the team fell into the cellar of the NFC East. Supposedly, there is a 60,000+ waiting list and ticket renewals are higher than ever, so demand is extremely high. With Eagles management doing all of the right things to stay competitive, renewals will most likely stay very high. The simple fact is , not many people are currently relinquishing their seats. Back to top.
  13. What is owning a seat at Lincoln Financial Field worth?
    • Some people would say it's not worth anything. They'd rather watch it on TV and pray within 20 years their name is next on the 60,000 + Eagles ticket waiting list. Others would ay it is priceless. If you are in business, having tickets, especially Club seats, can be an invaluable tool to impress and reward clients, as well as generate new business. If you have a family, memorable experiences are worth a lifetime of happiness. Owning Philadelphia Eagles tickets is akin to joining a country club. A country club that started in 1933, where its members celebrate each game with massive tailgates, awesome BBQ, and plenty of beer. Back to top.
  14. Are all of these seats available?
    • 99% of the time all seats listed are available for the specified price. On occasion a seller does reconsider and decides not to sell the rights to their seats. Back to top.
  15. Why are prices for similar seats so different?
    • Prices are based on a combination of market conditions, supply vs. demand, but mostly the seller's wishes. This is why sometimes you may see similar seats priced quite differently.Back to top.
  16. Is this illegal, immoral or unethical?
    • Illegal? No. The sale of ticket rights is legal and the Eagles have all of the required paperwork to complete a transfer. Immoral? No. We believe we are providing an invaluable service to Eagles fans who are willing to "jump to the head of the line." We extend great effort in finding seats that are available. Unethical? No. Welcome to America, sometimes you have to pay to play. Back to top.
  17. Why aren't prices displayed and how can I get pricing on the seats that are shown?
    • We don't display prices because frankly we think it gives an unrealistic impression of what seats are actually worth. As the availablity of seats changes frequently, we'd also like to at least have your email address so we can send you our list of available seats with updated pricing. To signup for the email simply go here. You can unsubscribe at any time and your address will never be shared with anyone else and only used specifically to notify you of available seats. Back to top.
  18. What are the different types of Season Tickets directly offered from the Eagles?
    • Upper Level - Rows 5 - 30. These tickets are SOLD OUT. Regular season tickets, no license and non-transferable. These are the seats that most people are on the waiting list for. Tickets are generally $60 face value.
    • Upper Level - Rows 1 - 4. These tickets are SOLD OUT.Commonly refferred to as the Loge Area, these are licensed SBL seats and are transferable. Tickets are generally $80 face value.
    • Club Level - Sideline sections. These tickets are SOLD OUT. These tickets have a face value of between $150 - $350 face value with a lease that generally runs from 5 - 10 years. These seats DO give you access to the indoor club area as well as parking.
    • Club Level - End Zone - Tailgate Party Tickets. Sold by the season individually or by the game at a minimum or 25 tickets per game. These include Club Level End Zone seats that do NOT have access to the indoor club area. These tickets are $275 each face value.
    • Lower Level SBL - These tickets are SOLD OUT. The most common SBL's, these seats are located throughout the first level and have a face value of $65 - $80 per ticket. These seats are transferable.
    • Lower Level Touchdown Club - The creme de la creme of Eagles seats, these seats have a face value of $800 each, and are located on the 50 yard line, Eagles side in section 101. There is a two year lease associated with these seats, they are transferable and come with many perks and amenities, such as complimentary Food and Beverages in the Touchdown Club tent, parking, road games with the Eagles, sideline passes, breakfast with the owner and coach and more.
    • Lower Level Red Zone Club - These tickets are SOLD OUT. The first 2 rows of End Zone sections 128 - 131. Tickets are $400 face value with a two year lease along with access to the Red Zone Club which offers complimentary food and beverages. Parking is also included.
    • Luxury Suites - Like having the game and the stadium in your living room. Luxury Suites include a minimum of 10 seats per game along with 4 parking passes. There is a 10 year commitment starting at about $90,000 per year depending on location. Back to top

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