But the real cost index of $938, while $300 more, was only the 11th-highest that year.
Quite average (relatively speaking), you say?
Don’t be fooled.
The cost of Dallas Cowboys game tickets went from an initial average of $305* (5th highest) to $181 overall, a drop which was no doubt attributed more to a 4-12 record than a price trend.
Indeed, resale ticket prices have continued to rise - the initial average cost was $311* in 2016, and for the 2017 season, it’s $486*.
1. The Party Pass. Standing room only “party pass” tickets are just 29 bucks. In exchange for the comfort of a seat you get to roam & explore as you please and still watch the action on the field from various vantage points.
Although these do sell fast, there are up to 35,000 party pass tickets available for each Cowboys home game so your chances of getting them are fairly good.
2. Park… somewhere else. How much is Dallas Cowboys parking? The face value cost is a ridiculous $75, and the average cheapest price on the secondary market for the upcoming 2017 season is $125. Screw that… here are a number of much cheaper Dallas Cowboys Stadium parking alternatives.
3. Eat, drink, & park… somewhere else. It’ll cost you $27 at Dallas Cowboys Stadium for a beer, Kobe burger, and bottled water. For 25 bucks, you get a 10-oz. rib eye steak, beer, parking, & a shuttle ride at J.Gilligan’s. For $29 at Humperdink’s, you get parking, shuttle, & a much better Kobe burger. Hmm…
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