Dallas Cowboys Ticket Information
Dallas Cowboys have been one of America’s most popular teams for decades. This is one of the reasons why Jerry Jones (Cowboys Owner) had on of the biggest stadiums ever built to host the Cowboys’ home games. Cowboys ticket prices have increased over the last few years. The average ticket prices range from $170-$190. Club ticket prices for the Dallas Cowboys have been some of the most erratic ranging from a few hundred to a couple thousand dollars per ticket.
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Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium
Address: 1 AT&T Way, Arlington, TX 76011
Opened: May 27, 2009
Dallas Cowboys Season Preview
The Dallas Cowboys have a high outlook for this year. After drafting Ohio State standout Ezekiel Elliot, they plan to help him take some of the pressure off Tony Romo and Dez Bryant. With division opponents like New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins, who are all in a rebuilding phase, the Cowboys have a good chance on making the playoffs.
Dallas Cowboys History
The Cowboys have had a long list of great players and coaches come through the franchise. Hall of Famers like Troy Aikman, Mike Ditka, Michael Irvin, Roger Staubach, Deion Sanders and Bill Parcells. These are only some of the many Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame inductees. With 5 Super Bowl Championships, 3 of those coming during the 1990s, the Cowboys have had their fair share of success. However, the last Super Bowl victory was in 1996, and Cowboys’ fans are getting anxious for another Super Bowl victory.