Where to buy last minute tickets

It’s not too late to organize a last-minute impromptu road trip.

If you’re a Giants fan, this is going to be a big weekend — the Big Blue advanced to the NFC Divisional round of the playoffs for the first time since 2011.

That’s when Eli Manning, Justin Tuck, Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks led the team to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.

This time, Saquon Barkley, Daniel Jones and Dexter Lawrence hope to restore the team’s glory when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, January 21st at 8:15 p.m. EST.

However, advancing to the next round will not be a walk in the park for Brian Daboll’s Giants.

They face the NFC’s top team, Nick Sirianni’s Philadelphia Eagles, who finished the regular season with a 14-3 record and sent eight (!) starters — quarterback Jalen Hurts, running back Miles Sanders, wide receiver AJ Brown , guard Landon Dickerson, tackle Lane Johnson, center Jason Kelce, rusher Haason Reddick and cornerback Darius Slay — in the upcoming Pro Bowl.

So if you want to see this game to cheer on your team live and in person, last minute tickets are still available.

And, given the high-stakes nature of this race, they’re not too expensive.

At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was $205 before Vivid Seat fees.

Lower-level seats start at $343 before fees.

All prices are subject to variation.

New York Giants news

The Giants still have time to practice civility before their huge game.

Wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins sent a care package complete with autographed gear to a 9-year-old fan this week.

Even better, the young fan lives in Eagles territory.

You can read the full story here and catch up on all of the New York Post’s Giants coverage here.

Philadelphia Eagles News

As a starter, quarterback Jalen Hurts went 14-1 for the Eagles this season, just his third in the NFL.

However, he does not let his success affect him.

“He’s humble on the outside and in everything he says, but on the inside he’s a king-killer,” Eagles center Jason Kelce told The Post.

If you want to hear what else Hurts’ teammates had to say about him, we’ve got the full story here.

For even more on the Philly ‘Birds, check out all of the New York Post’s stories on the team here.

How to watch the Giants vs Eagles game

For those watching the game from afar, you can tune into Fox on Saturday, January 21st to see the Giants and Eagles live.

Joe Davis, Daryl Johnston, Pam Oliver and Kristina Pink will call the game.

Davis calling the game should be of interest to Philly fans – he also called the Phillies’ win that led to the NLCS on Fox. In the bottom of the eighth inning, Davis belted out the now-immortal line, “Harper! The swing of his life,” after slugger Bryce Harper launched an opposite pitch that would eventually send the Phillies to the World Series.

If you prefer to stream, be sure to open NFL+ to watch the game there.

Huge concert tours in 2023

Many of the biggest names in music are doing massive nationwide tours this year.

Here are just five of the biggest unmissable tours that should be on your radar.

• Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

• Morgan Wallen

• Metallica

• George Strait

• Flashes 182

Already know about these tours?

See our full list of 52 of the biggest artists on tour in 2023 here.