To avoid the hassles of on-site parking at Lincoln Financial Field, why not park in Center City, save some money and make use of SEPTA's Broad Street Line Sports Express train? The line's stops can be found at www.septa.org/events/sports.html .
Philadelphia is a city known for many things - Ben Franklin, the Liberty Bell and the Eagles. Their nest is Lincoln Financial Field. In addition, other events such as concerts and Temple Owls college football take place at the Linc, which may make finding Eagles parking spaces more difficult. A 2006 study found that Eagles found incredibly high loyalty by Eagles fans to their team, as 99.8% of seats were filled over the course of the last decade. If the seats are sold out, it makes it much likelier that it will be harder to find parking, so it is easier to book Lincoln Financial Center parking with ParkWhiz beforehand.
The Philadelphia Eagles came into existence in 1933, following the bankruptcy of the Frankford Yellow Jackets in 1931. The new team obtained the assets but not the players from that team, thus are counted as different entities. Over the years before the AFL-NFL merger, the Eagles racked up three championships in 1948, 1949 and 1960. But they have not won a Super Bowl since that time, despite recent playoff appearances. The fans still hold out hope, and ritually buy tickets; 71 games in a row have been sold out. Eagles fans can be known for rather negative behavior at games, especially when the Cowboys, Giants or Redskins are in town. Due to the fact that the rivals’ fans have to find Lincoln Financial Field parking to watch their team play, it is best to book Eagles parking tickets in advance with ParkWhiz.
ParkWhiz is easy and inexpensive; all you need to do is find your game, book your Philadelphia Eagles parking spot and print your ParkWhiz parking pass. When you bring your parking pass with you, the game is yours to enjoy.