Cheap Travel Making Cowboys-Browns An Enticing Trip For Fans

There will not be as much on the line as when Cubs Nation invaded Cleveland for the World Series, but Dallas Cowboys fans promise to flock to the Dawg Pound for this Sunday’s matchup with the Cleveland Browns. Bolstered by the Cowboys’ fervent fan base, tickets for Browns-Cowboys have risen to an average price of $222, the most expensive Browns game remaining this season. Game day parking in Cleveland for fans attending the game starts under $20 on

Fans looking to join in on the fun can find last minute hotels in Cleveland from Priceline starting at $63. The Priceline app also has flight deals starting at $134 for their Express Deal offer.

According to the infographic below ticket prices have risen throughout the week, so lock in your tickets and travel to support the Cowboys at FirstEnergy Stadium this weekend!

Cowboys Headlines - Cheap Travel Making Cowboys-Browns An Enticing Trip For Fans

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Tim Dolan

Written by Tim Dolan

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