Following in the footsteps of their neighbors across the street, the Phillies, The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Tuesday (9/1) that they will be offering cutouts for fans since they cannot attend games this year.
The Philadelphia Eagles will look to honor and recognize its fans this season by offering the opportunity to purchase fan cutouts for Eagles games at Lincoln Financial Field. Eagles Fan Cutouts printed by RICOH will go on sale to the general public beginning on Thursday at 8 AM and will cost $100. Fans can place their fan cutout order on Thursday by visiting PhiladelphiaEagles.com.
Eagles Fan Cutouts will start in the lower end zones and then will spread around the lower seating bowl for the duration of time that Lincoln Financial Field remains closed to fans.
All net proceeds from the sales will benefit the Eagles Autism Foundation, the team's public charity championed by Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie to help raise funds for cutting-edge autism research and care. For those participating in the Eagles Autism Challenge presented by Lincoln Financial Group, fans who purchase a cutout will have their registration fee waived in 2021.
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