In the “House that Jerry Built,” The Dallas Cowboys median ticket price is $360 per ticket this season. With the Cowboys starting the season off with a 11-1 record behind rookie quarterback, Dak Prescot, tickets to the most valuable sports franchise in the world remain at an all-time high. Although Dallas only has three playoff wins in the past 20 years the team is valued at approximately $4.2 billion USD, and continues to carry the brand of “America’s Team.” With the team carrying the best record in the NFL into week 14 of the regular season, the demand signal for fans to attend the games has only increased.
What is the Cowboys Resell Ticket Market Like?
With the top record in the NFL, the demand for Dallas Cowboys home game tickets has just gone through the rough. According to ticket reseller, TicketIQ, the average resell price for home game tickets has risen to above $416 per ticket on the company’s website. The Cowboys lag behind the Patriots with a $429 average and the Seahawks with a $422 average; however, AT&T Stadium can hold up to 100,000 fans based on the configuration while the Seattle and New England Stadiums have $30,000 less seats. The current Cowboys ticket prices on the reseller market are almost double the low the team dipped to in 2014 when the average sales price for home game tickets was $236.
Can I Buy Tickets for the Cowboys?
For the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys use Ticketmaster for their official sales. You’ll find that there are generally tickets available for sale in all of the levels of the stadium, with many times the seats being resold by a season ticket holder. Be warned; however, if you are wanting to sit at midfield in the lower section, some of the better seat prices will run you between $764 and $1150 USD per ticket. Even seats that are close to the top of the stadium will still cost fans more than $200 per ticket to get a seat in AT&T Stadium. If this breaks your budget, then the cheapest option for you to watch the Cowboys may be to go see them play during a road game!
How much Does it Cost to Park at a Cowboys Game?
One of the cheapest (and less stressful) ways to park at a Dallas Cowboys game is to prepay for your parking. The price will typically range between $35 and $70 per game to park based on distance from stadium and overall consumer demand. Many of the shopping centers close-by the stadium will charge around $40, and if you are willing to park further away, you will find some places that offer parking for as little as $25 near Rangers Ball Park. Many fans find that if they are planning to go shopping or eat before or after the game, that the parking at Lincoln Park is worth it since if you spend at least $40 in one of the shops, then the cost is free. If you find yourself going to a Cowboys game and want to avoid adding to your overall debt, then taking some time to pre-plan your parking will help you save some money on the overall fan experience. Fans can likely expect some of the parking prices to be raised for the NFL Playoff game(s) that the team will be hosting as the higher overall seed. Enjoy some football!