Cowboys: 2019 Ticket Update
With the biggest stadium in the NFL, the Cowboys need to leverage every channel possible to fill Jerry World. Last year, they finished near the bottom of the league with only 91% of capacity filled for their home-games. They also led the league with an average of 91,000 fans per game. After the Chiefs, the Cowboys have the largest amount of inventory available for sale on the secondary market. Historically, they have not used the primary market for any direct sales, and while that is largely the case this year, they have made Standing Room Only tickets available directly through Seatgeek, their new primary ticketing platform.
Also of note, the Cowboys have moved to variable prices for season ticket holders for the first time, as reported in the Star Telegram las month. According to the artricle, "The best seats in the house at AT&T Stadium — the first two sections between the end zones on either side of the field — are now $410 for regular-season games, compared to $210 for the same seats for preseason games. Two season tickets in the best sections at AT&T Stadium will cost $7,400. Parking not included." Below is the schedule of 2019 games along with the average and cheapest prices on the Secondary ticket market.
CLICK ON THE GAME LINKS BELOW FOR TICKETS WITH LOW PRICE GUARANTEES
|Game||Avg Price||Get-In Price|
|9/8 vs NYG||$348||$94|
|9/22 vs MIA||$284||$79|
|10/6 vs GB||$518||$99|
|10/20 vs PHI||$381||$94|
|11/10 vs MIA||$340||$94|
|11/28 vs BUF||$345||$94|
|12/15 vs LAR||$367||$92|
|12/29 vs WAS||$331||$92|
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November 9, 2017
Amidst Latest Waves of Turmoil in Dallas, Cowboys Tickets Hold Their Price
Fresh off a three game winning streak, the Dallas Cowboys may be the most recession proof team in the league when it comes to ticket prices.
Win or lose, Dallas Cowboys ticket prices hold steady, a notable feat in an NFL season that has seen its fair share of controversies. Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones is even threatening a lawsuit against the NFL to block the league from handing out a contract extension for commissioner Roger Goodell.
Half way through the season, with 3 loses, the Cowboy’s have already dropped as many games they had in the entire 2016 season. Still, Cowboy’s tickets on the secondary market are up 31 percent from last season, according to TicketIQ data.
Cowboy’s tickets are up 4 percent since the start of a season, with the average prices now reaching $406 on the secondary market.
The Cowboys have also lost their star running back Ezekial Elliot, for the next six games, following a minimum four game suspension, that was handed out before the season started after violating the leagues personal conduct policy. Elliot is currently tied for first in rushing touchdowns with 7, and just 8 shy of leading the league in rushing yards.
Dallas will face its biggest test of the year in 2 weeks, when it takes on division foe Philadelphia Eagles, at AT&T Stadium on November 19th. With a league leading eight wins, The Eagles are among the favorites the Superbowl, with current odds at four to one. The Cowboys odds to go all the way currently sits at 16-1.
Average ticket prices for the heavily anticipated match-up are going for $470 on the secondary market, with the average get-in price currently at $214. Below are details on all remaining Cowboys games. The get in price for Standing Room Only tickets are $67. You can check out tickets for all four reaming Cowboys home games below:
April 21, 2015
2015 Cowboys Schedule: Seahawks Most Expensive, Jets Least Expensive Opponents
Whether Dez Bryant made the infamous catch against the Green Bay Packers during last year’s NFC Divisional Game still remains a mystery, but Cowboys fans can take comfort in knowing that their team will be hungrier than ever to return to the postseason in January. The secondary market seems to indicate as much, too, as there will be some high priced Cowboys tickets on the secondary market this season.
The team will play its most expensive game against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 8. Cowboys vs Seahawks tickets have a get-in price of $164, one of four games with a get-in price above $100. The others will feature games against NFC East rivals, the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles, as well as the New England Patriots. Dallas will open the season at home on Sunday Night Football against the Giants. Cowboys vs Giants tickets have a get-in price of $100.
The Cowboys last played the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in October, where the Cowboys inched out a 30-23 win in Seattle. However, the two teams haven’t played in Dallas since 2011, and secondary tickets averaged at just $128.40 during the Week 9 game.
Week 15 will bring the least expensive game at AT&T Stadium, a Thursday Night Football Game against the New York Jets. The get-in price for Cowboys vs Jets tickets is just $49, the only Cowboys game with a ticket currently listed under $50.
July 3, 2014
Previewing the 2014 Dallas Cowboys Schedule
The Dallas Cowboys continue to be a very talented, yet mediocre football team. They’ve missed out on a real chance to sneak into the playoffs in three straight seasons, and as they head into 2014 a lack of big moves suggest they won’t suddenly figure it out. In fact, an awful 2013 defense will now be without stud inside linebacker Sean Lee, who was lost for the year with a torn ACL.
With the defense in shambles again, Dallas can’t be feeling all that great about matchups with the 49ers, Saints, Seahawks, Bears, Cardinals and Colts outside of the division. If Dallas is going to finally get over the hump and get back into the playoffs, Tony Romo and the offense will surely have to be near the top of the league and the ‘Boys will have to find a way to win at least half of those tough contests.