Eagles Fan Selling Tickets To Drive-In Tailgate For Sunday’s Game

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Are you an Eagles fan who wants to tailgate before Sunday’s road game against the Redskins, but you don’t know where to do it with fellow fans? Eagles fan Rocco Gallelli went out and organized a drive-in tailgate in Monroe Township, New Jersey, about 20 miles from Lincoln Financial Field and promises he’ll have a 40-foot screen, DJ playing the hits in the morning and plenty of socially distanced space to throw your own tailgate.

A basic 10’x20′ tailgating spot will cost you $40. Upgrade to the front row for an extra $20. Or, blow out the budget and purchase a spot in the “private CDC compliant” area up to 8 people at $350. Keep in mind, it’s BYOB.

Don’t want to cook? Rocco said on Twitter that he’ll have that angle covered too. “Don’t want cook but still want to come? Innovative Catering Concepts will offer private tailgate packages with VIP seating. Concessions avail!,” he wrote back in August.

Eagles drive-in tailgate
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While Rocco might be onto something with his drive-in idea, don’t be shocked to hear the term ‘drivewaygating’ thrown around by football fans. Tomahawk Tailgating in Springfield, Missouri will bring the tailgating gear right to your driveway. A full-day rental (12 hours) from Tomahawk will cost $800, but that includes pretty much everything you’re going to need (bathroom with running water!) to keep people out of your house while enjoying drivewaygating.

Or go old school and get yourself a $20 Bama burn barrel and throw on a hoodie and have yourself a low-budget tailgate where you take leaks in the woods.

Written by Joe Kinsey

Joe Kinsey is the Senior Director of Content of OutKick and the editor of the Morning Screencaps column that examines a variety of stories taking place in real America.

Kinsey is also the founder of OutKick’s Thursday Night Mowing League, America’s largest virtual mowing league.

Kinsey graduated from University of Toledo.


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