You know the feeling: the feeling you get when you go to a game in a new stadium but then you find yourself in the back row of the stadium’s grandstands and wonder why no one is paying attention?
Well, you’re not alone.
That’s the experience for many Cowboys fans.
According to a survey by The Ticket Factory, Cowboys fans are the least likely to pay attention to the game in front of them.
The survey found that only 15% of Cowboys fans were willing to pay $25 for a seat in the stadium and the remaining 40% were unwilling to do so.
In fact, when asked why they would not go to the stadium, the most common reason cited by Cowboys fans was “cost”.
When asked why the Cowboys don’t sell tickets at the stadium prices, the majority of Cowboys die-hard fans cited cost.
The Ticket Factory survey found more than 80% of Dallas Cowboys fans would like to see a new, larger stadium in their area, but they would prefer to see the Cowboys go to home games at the Cotton Bowl or AT&T Stadium instead.
If you’re a Cowboys fan and you want to find out how much you can save by buying a ticket, The Ticket Firm is here to help.
If the Cowboys have an average seat price of $75.00, that means you could save $400.00.
That means you can attend a Dallas Cowboys home game and still be in the front row of those seats.
You could also get a seat for less, and possibly see the whole game in one go.
You can see a full list of all the seats in the Cowboys Stadium, and they are listed below.