Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by anava, May 25, 2014.
Looking at ticket exchange and stub hub prices are out of control.
Most of the games the lowest price ticket is $100. Insane.
Prices haven't changed for Season Ticket Holders since the new stadium opened.
I'm very happy
Yeah it is unfortunate, I live in CO and can't exactly afford to go to Cowboys stadium for a game.
One day though I hope!
I've watched TB vs ATL play when Vick was a falcon. Game was in TB.
Also had the luxury of watching the Skins vs Giants play in D.C in the box *due to extended family offering to take me*
I have a better experience at home.
I dodged a bullet. Mrs. BDC wanted a fam trip to a preseason game. Lucky for me school starts earth this fall. I can't imagine overpaying for a preseason game.
Yeah, that is kinda sad. Especially for a mediocre team.
A fam trip for a Preseason game? Why?
Pre-season Tickets are ridiculously cheap...like $20 cheap
Kids are in school starting on the 12th so we gotta go before then.
If ever you're wanting to go to a game, and you know which one you want to go to, let me know in March. I'd be more than happy to give you the season ticket holder code for the pre-sale tickets so you won't have to pay above face value.
Goodell: this is good for the fans.
I'll try to remember. Thanks for the offer I do appreciate it.
Face value from the cowboys for non season ticket holders is still around $200 per ticket if i remember correctly. I was looking at some a few years ago since I was bringing a group of 4 of us and I only have 2 tix. We wanted to sit together. Before the ticketmaster convenience fees and such, they were $179 for 400 level mid field.
Keep in mind, that if you see tickets for $200, that means the seller listed them at around $160. That still may seem excessive when the face value of the ticket is $94. But personally, I pay about $550/year for the PSL payment. And my tickets are about $1900. That's $2450 a year for 2 tix and 8 regular season games. That comes out to around $153.13 per ticket. So, it's not quite the fleecing that it seems at times.
Living in Oregon, I try to make enough money to cover a trip or 2 to dallas on a tight budget to watch my beloved cowboys. More often than not, I go home a tad bit disappointed, but the home opener last year helped immensely.
Good luck on your ticket search! If you PM me any game that you'd like to attend, I can save us both some serious buyer/seller fees and ensure that a cowboys fan is in my seats when I'm not.
Now you tell me. Paid over $800 for 3 tickets to the Indy game.
Dude, you got hosed. What section?
Wow that's insane.
443. I could have gone cheaper, but these are pretty close to the 50.
What row? I've got seats in 443 as well.
We need to tailgate.