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  1. Once inside you can watch the pre-game warm-ups, with the teams out on the field stretching, doing light drills, etc. Also gives you time to walk around and check out food and drink options. You can also get a "first game" certificate from any of the guest services booths (behind sections 121, 136, 206 & 226.) Player intros, national anthem, etc. start about 15 minutes before kickoff.
  2. Outer gates usually open 2-2.5 hours before kickoff, which gives you access to Headhouse Plaza (some food trucks, giveaways, entertainment, activities, etc.) Inner gates, to go in the stadium and get to your seats, is 90-minutes before kickoff.
  3. Must be a UK thing. I just checked and, almost an hour since tickets went on sale, there's plenty of tickets for the MIA game. But, like someone said, you might be able to get really good seats for under face value, on the re-sale market, since it's a preseason game and many people look to dump their tickets.
  4. No, they don't do the tour on game day (or days when they have concerts, soccer, Temple football, etc.)
  5. Tickets go on sale tomorrow, 5/16, 10am.
  6. Any day now the Eagles should announce when 2017 single-game tickets go on sale. So keep checking.
  7. No invoices yet. They did it this way last year. It was available for you to purchase proactively for a couple of months before they added it to your invoices (as an "optional" invoice; you don't have to pay it if you don't want the parking, they just do it that way for convenience.)
  8. Yep, able to purchase now, but holding off for now. Last year I was able to redeem rewards points from my Eagles card for reserved parking in Lot N at a cash-equivalent cost less than $350.
  9. Update: Parking passes are now showing and can be put in your cart, but you can't complete the order, so not fully available yet. However, the price is the same as last year ($350 for 10 games, $35/game), so at least parking doesn't look like it's going up, like the tickets did.
  10. Probably will be available soon, as the 2017 parking option is now showing up in our accounts, but can't be selected/purchased yet.
  11. As far as view of the field M is exactly the same as the Club Level, only without the access to the SCA club lounge on the visitor's side of the stadium (Sections C15-C27.) So Club Level, without the Club. And instead of ~$180-$280 per ticket like Club seats, they are priced about the same as 200-level sidelines ($105), face value. The M sections have access to basic food and drink: Hot Dogs, Pizza, etc. M14, specifically, is right next to C15 and if you "accidentally" go up the steps on the C15 side, you will have wandered into the club lounge and the more upscale food options. Otherwise, you have to go down to the 100 level for more variety. The M sections are usually used for group sales tickets, visiting team's allocation of tickets, etc. There's no SBL's there, and I don't think any of them are held as regular season tickets, either.
  12. There's a difference between no options and not convenient options. If you were in 201, the escalator down and walk to 109 or 134 (where Quick and Carmichael's BBQ is) would be less than if they had other options on the 200 level that you had to walk to the opposite side of the stadium for. And a few years ago, you wouldn't even have been able to walk to the other side up there, before they connected the west, south and east parts of the upper level. The north part is still isolated (and you really have limited options there, if you're not walk down to the lower level. They sometimes run out of some food items up there, before the 4th quarter.) If you're just looking to grab something quick during the game, yes, your options are going to be limited to a not great selection. In Atlanta, you can't even get to the lower level food options unless you have lower level tickets. So upper level there means no premium options like the club/suite levels AND no access to decent options from the lower level. At least The Linc doesn't shut you out, and has the Headhouse Plaza food options you can take to your seat (Atlanta's version is outside the stadium gates and Washington has no food options in their version.)
  13. It's definitely not gourmet, but this is not true, by a mile. I was down at Fed Ex field the week before and that was really bad. And when I was at the Georgia Dome last year, I was equally unimpressed. The club level has really good options and I like that they at least have 2 or 3 new stands on the 100 level every year. I do wish they would have more food trucks in Headhouse. It's usually just Prime Stach and Fry Guys (which now has a stand inside.) A hidden gem is the Asiago Cheese Meatball Sandwich at the Market Street Deli behind section 109. And the chicken waffle fries at Wing Zone (114) are new this year and delicious.
  14. Most are there because the Eagles pick random season ticket members for each game. Then there's also corporate sponsors that get them and give them out. And different contest winners. I also think some of the really premium seats/suites come with passes for each game, too.
  15. Lot P and Lot Q are the quickest. The exit routes to the Walt Whitman are in blue: Lot P: Lot Q: Q is a cash lot so unless they don't open it until the others are full, you should be able to head straight for that one. It's also part of the Citizen's Bank "no tailgating" lots which means you can't set-up tents and grills in other parking spots but can set-up some chairs by your trunk and chill. Not sure how much they enforce it, though. P allows tailgating, but I've never parked there and not sure if it's a cash lot or semi-reserved like M/N and the Wells Fargo lots where you can buy parking ahead of time as a season ticket holder.