Well, right now it might be easier to grab some Eagles fan gear, but securing tickets is not completely out of the question.
The Eagles Pro Shop in South Philadelphia, 8,000 square feet of all things Eagles, was busy Monday in the wake of the win over Dallas.
Consumers like winners, but they are diplomatically careful when asked if this is part of a bandwagon effect.
"We have our loyal fans, but you definitely notice that even our loyal fans hold off buying their purchases, buying the gear. So I'm not going to call anybody a bandwagon fan, they're cheering for us now and that's all that counts," Annie Bobbe of the Eagles Pro Shop said.
So what about tickets to be inside Lincoln Financial Field this Saturday night?
Tuesday at noon, several thousand single game tickets will be released by the team, only by web at Ticketmaster.com or by phone 1-800-745-3000. Do not go to the ticket office at the Linc as they are not selling them.
Tickets are also available through the secondary market, at Stub Hub or through brokers like ABC tickets in Cherry Hill.
Demand seems stronger this year than the last playoff game 3 years ago. Perhaps it's because of the Eagles' Cinderella story.
"They were supposed to be a 6-10 team and they're a 10-6 team. Then you have the whole Nick Foles factor, which I think he's been better than expected. And they beat their archrival Dallas," Tom Quinn of ABC Tickets said.
Good luck ticket hunting and go Eagles!