Ravens-Cowboys Tickets Average Over $500 As Fan Excitement Drives Market

The 8-1 Dallas Cowboys are coming off of a thrilling win against an AFC North power, and hope to reach the same result this week. The Cowboys host the Baltimore Ravens at AT&T Stadium, and ticket prices are higher than any other game being played in the US this weekend, according to TicketIQ. The Raiders vs. Texans game in Mexico City averages $646, although with very limited secondary market ticket inventory, whereas Cowboys-Ravens tickets average $517. Game day parking at AT&T Stadium for fans attending the game starts at $15 on

Cowboys fans exist all over the country, and ones from the Baltimore area can find round-trip flights on the Priceline app starting at $367. Other travelers can find Dallas hotel deals from Priceline starting at $65, with a 4* listed at $93. With a short turnaround after this Sunday’s game leading in to the Thanksgiving game, fans will be primed to see the team get to 9-1 before the big matchup with the Redskins.

Cowboys Headlines - Ravens-Cowboys Tickets Average Over $500 As Fan Excitement Drives Market

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Tim Dolan

Written by Tim Dolan

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