High expectations consistently surround the Dallas Cowboys. Despite the team’s mediocrity in recent years, the Cowboys will again own an impressive season average on the secondary ticket market for the upcoming 2014 season.
Dallas has failed to post a winning record since 2009’s 11-5 season, yet Dallas Cowboys tickets will still have a secondary average of $265.30 at AT&T Stadium this season, trailing just the New York Giants as the most expensive secondary ticket average in the NFC East. According to TiqIQ, the most expensive home games on the Dallas Cowboys schedule this season will be against the 49ers, Texans and Saints while the team’s cheapest games will be held against the Colts, Redskins and Cardinals.
9/7 vs San Francisco 49ers | Avg. Price: $404.79 | Get-in: $149
The season opener on September 7 against the 49ers will also be the Cowboys most expensive home game on the secondary market this season. The average secondary price for Cowboys vs 49ers tickets is $404.79, 52.5% above the season average, with get-in price starting at $149. The 49ers are slated to have another big year under Colin Kaepernick and his high-octane offense and the Cowboys defense will already be tested with a perennial playoff contender in Week 1.
9/28 vs New Orleans Saints | Avg. Price: $288.69 | Get-in: $95
Home play won’t get much easier when the Cowboys welcome the Saints on September 28 in their second game at AT&T Stadium this season. The late-September game will serve as the third highest-priced home game of the season as the average price for Cowboys vs Saints tickets is $288.69 on the secondary market, 8.8% above the season average, with a get-in price of $95. Another consistently successful team, the Saints will also keep the Cowboys’ hands full early in the season.
10/5 vs Houston Texans | Avg. Price: $320.47 | Get-in: $99
In a battle for the Lone Star State, the Cowboys welcome the Texans on October 5 and will see the second most expensive ticket price of the season on the secondary market. The average secondary price for Cowboys vs Texans tickets is $320.47, 20.7% above the season average, with the get-in price starting at $99. Under the enforcing defense of linebackers J.J. Watt and top-drafted rookie Jadeveon Clowney, the Texans will look to rebound after suffering a dismal 2-14 season in 2013.
10/19 vs New York Giants | Avg. Price: $256.59 | Get-in: $57
In the first divisional match-up at AT&T Stadium this season, the Giants will travel to Dallas on October 19. The average price for Cowboys vs New York Giants tickets is $256.59 on the secondary market, 3.28% below the season average. The get-in price for the mid-October game starts at $57. Big Blue also experienced a difficult 2013 season, posting just a 7-9 record after losing its first six games of the season. Quarterback Eli Manning has looked bewildered this preseason, prompting fans to already become concerned before the season’s first down is played.
10/27 vs Washington Redskins | Avg. Price: $251.92 | Get-in: $54
The Cowboys welcome their second consecutive divisional home game against the Redskins the following week on October 27. The average secondary price for Cowboys vs Redskins tickets is $251.92. down 5% from the season average, with a get-in price of $54. Robert Griffin III will need to have a year of atonement after injuries have plagued his first two seasons in the NFL. The divisional match-up will be an important one for both teams midway through the season and secondary ticket price still remains relatively high despite being below season average.
11/2 vs Arizona Cardinals | Avg. Price: $183.85 | Get-in: $27
The cheapest home game at AT&T Stadium this year will be against the Cardinals on November 2. The average price for Cowboys vs Arizona Cardinals tickets is currently $183.85 on the secondary market, 30.7% below the season average. The get-in price for the November 2 game starts at $27. The Cardinals will again rely on quarterback Carson Palmer, who led the team to a 10-6 record last season, though missing the playoffs in a competitive NFC West.
11/27 vs Philadelphia Eagles | Avg. Price: $275.92 | Get-in: $68
In the penultimate regular season home game, the Cowboys welcome the Eagles on November 27. The average secondary price for Cowboys vs Eagles tickets is $275.92 and will have a get-in price of $68. Nick Foles and the Eagles had a spirited run to champion the NFC East last season and will look to do the same again in 2014. The late-November game will also serve as the Cowboys’ last divisional home game of the regular season.
12/21 vs Indianapolis Colts | Avg. Price: $253.62 | Get-in: $40
Andrew Luck and the Colts will travel to Dallas on December 21 to play the Cowboys in their final home game of the season. The average price for Cowboys vs Colts tickets is $253.62 on the secondary market, 4.4% below the season average, with the get-in price starting at $40. The Colts controlled the AFC South last season with little competition from the Texans, who went just 2-14. The two teams last met in 2010, with the Cowboys beating the Colts 38-35.