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Eagles Tickets on Sale for Training Camp Aug. 4

This year, there is only one public training camp and tickets are $10 instead of free. Proceeds will benefit Eagles Autism Challenge.

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No more free training camp for Eagles fans.

The team put tickets on sale for $10 Tuesday for its only public session this year: Sunday, Aug. 4 at 7pm at Lincoln Financial Field. All proceeds will go toward the Eagles Autism Challenge

Last year, the Eagles offered two public practices and tickets were free, but they sold out in an hour. So if you are looking to take the kids to see the Eagles practice this year, you better act quickly.

Parking will be free and kids under 2 are admitted free, the team said.

"In addition to a full team practice, there will be a number of free activities for fans to enjoy, including alumni autographs, interactive games, face painting, photo opportunities, and more," the Eagles said Tuesday

ESPN, which broke the story this morning, says the Eagles are one of only two teams in the NFL that don't give fans free access to training camp. The other is the Seattle Seahawks, which charges fans $10 to take a shuttle to the practice site.


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