The NFL preseason is just around the corner and there are cheap football tickets available for all the NFL games in the coming weeks. Most season ticket holders could care less about the preseason games and will usually heavily discount those tickets for fans who normally cannot afford the high prices of regular season games. Football fans can save a bundle, especially if you’re a fan of the Dallas Cowboys.
NFL football tickets have gotten so expensive in recent years especially for the Dallas Cowboys and the new Cowboy Stadium with the high ticket prices and personal seat licenses. It’s a beautiful stadium to see a football game and spend a good part of the day, but for regular season games Dallas Cowboys tickets go through the roof.
The cheapest tickets for the Dallas Cowboys on the resell market are for the Cowboys vs Jaguars game on October 31st and the next home game on November 21st against the Detroit Lions. They will set you back around $48. You have to buy Cowboys tickets on the resell market because they are already sold out of tickets at the box office before the season even starts.
But for a preseason game you can buy a ticket for the Cowboys for as low as $15 per ticket. That can be for either the Oakland Raiders game on August 12th or the Miami Dolphins game on September 2nd. Either game gets you into Cowboy Stadium at a cheap cost. The parking and beer will cost you much more than the tickets will.
And you would think the same principal would apply to the best seats at Cowboy Stadium. But for a game like the Raiders preseason game you will find only a few cheap seats in the lower level end zone running about $30 a ticket, but the corners quickly jump to $125 and the better seats between the goals are running over $150 each. And the best seats for a preseason game at Cowboys stadium can still set you back anywhere from $175 to $300 or more per ticket.
But that’s still a heck of a lot better than the regular season games such as the Cowboys vs Bears game on September 19th where the cheapest seat is running just under $100 a ticket, the lower level at about $200 and the best seats can easily get over $500 per ticket.
For that kind of money Cowboy fans need to be careful where they buy their Cowboys tickets from. Hidden fees can add hundreds of dollars to the cost of a ticket. A few sports ticket brokers such as Preferred Seating Tickets can save you big bucks because they don’t have any hidden fees. Just straight up Cowboys ticket prices that can’t be beat.