Cowboys Tickets & 2021 Schedule
The Dallas Cowboys have been the most popular team in football for decades. The Cowboys draw huge crowds at home and and demand for Cowboys tickets is always strong regardless of the opponent. When Dallas goes on the road, they instantly become a big game for their opponent. There is something about seeing that star on the helmet that brings fans out to the game. Even many Dallas home games draw large visiting team crowds, as opposing fans relish the opportunity to visit Big D and face the Boys in their own stadium.
Dallas has a number of huge games each season, but that especially true when Dallas play against their division rivals the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington. Other big rivalry games for the Cowboys include their games against their frequent playoff foe the Green Bay Packers and the in-state Houston Texans. Prices on Cowboys tickets will start at their lowest point in the Preseason, which is the best opportunity to take a family for under $100 for four tickets. As demand increases, so do prices during the regular-season. That demand reaches its peak near the end of the regular-season when the Cowboys play their traditional Thanksgiving Day Game. Circle the Cowboys Turkey Day game on the calendar, as that will be among the top selling games of the 2021 NFL season.
Cowboys fans rank among the most passionate in the NFL, so they expect the Boys to be in contention for a playoff spot in 2021. The first step towards that goal is to beat the Eagles, Giants and Washington on their way to winning the NFC East. Dallas' fans yearn for the glory days or "America's Team" when the team was regularly hosting the NFC Championship Game and playing in the Super Bowl. If the offense produces to its potential this season, the Cowboys could be in the hunt for a return to the Super Bowl.
Cowboys vs Eagles Game
The most famous story about this intense rivalry is when some Eagles fans reportedly booed as an injured Cowboys lay on the turf at Veterans Stadium. Suffice to say there is no love lost between the fans in Dallas or Philly, and the Cowboys vs Eagles is a rivalry game like few others in the NFL. Dallas hosts the Eagles once a year, and expect to see plenty of Philly fans in the stadium cheering loudly for every good play from the team in green and white.
Most NFL teams can claim one significant rivalry game, but the Dallas Cowboys are special having multiple rivals in their division. The Cowboys vs Washington game often decides which team will win the NFC East, and each team has won multiple Super Bowls in their storied history. When these two franchises get-together, expect to see something special each time.
Cowboys vs Texans (Governor's Cup)
The battle for Texas is a special event for pro football fans in the Lone Star State. The Cowboys vs Texans games are unique because the two teams play infrequently in the regular-season, yet the rivalry extends back to the days of the Oilers vs Cowboys. The Cowboys vs Texans do often match-up in the NFL Preseason, which ranks among the most popular preseason games in the entire league.
Cowboys Top Home Games
- vs Green Bay Packers
- vs Houston Texans (aka: Governors Cup)
- vs New Orleans Saints
- vs New York Giants
- vs Philadelphia Eagles
- vs Washington Football Team
Dallas Cowboys Tickets
Cowboys tickets are available to purchase for all home games at AT&T Stadium, as well as, Dallas road games. From Preseason Games, to Regular-Season Games and even Cowboys Playoff Games. Fans can choose from a wide assortment of available tickets, from the least expensive standing room only tickets (aka: Party Passes) to Premium Club Seats in the 100-Level behind the Home Team bench (Sections C109-C112). There are tickets available for individual home games, or purchase Cowboys Season Tickets which include all regular-season home games.
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