Cowboys raise ticket prices for 2022

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The Cowboys are raising ticket prices for their 2022 home games at AT&T Stadium.

The team will have nine regular-season home games for the first time, but the per game average ticket price is up 20 percent compared to last season, Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports. A Cowboys spokesman declined comment to Hill.

End zone seats that were $140 per game in 2021 are increasing to $170 in 2022. Per Hill, one season-ticket holder who paid $2,700 for two tickets in 2021 has received an invoice for $3,250 for the same two seats in 2022.

Club tickets are going up from $410 to $430 and some lower-level ticket seats from $160 to $190.

Besides its three NFC East opponents, the Cowboys’ home schedule includes the Lions, Bears, Colts, Texans, Bucs and Bengals.

The Cowboys finished 12-5 in winning the NFC East last season, but they lost in the wild-card round of the playoffs. They were the only home team to lose in the first round.

19 responses to “Cowboys raise ticket prices for 2022

  1. Jerruh offers 20% better play in exchange for the increase. Win/Win

  2. So now the fans have to pay for Jerry “Robert Baratheon” Jones’ slip-ups.

  3. Why does Jones need the extra money? Did someone else step in also claiming they were fathered by Jerruh??

  4. Inflation raises the cost of everything, even a ticket to watch mediocrity.

  5. but Jerry didn’t the price of oil go up? Couldn’t you just take those profits and let your fans continue to enjoy your team at the regular price? Or is it all about the money?
    Is that what the NFL is all about?

  6. stexan1 says:
    April 1, 2022 at 7:12 pm
    Daughters are expensive.

    _______________________________
    You deserve Will Smiths statue for that one!

  7. Owning an NFL team is one of the few businesses where you are gauranteed money even if your a failure at running your business. Even with higher player contracts the teams are getting their gauranteed increase in TV money. Yes, some of their labor costs have gone up at the stadium but the TV money should more than cover the increases. I am sure they will charge more for the food, so what other increases could they have besides labor?

  8. I wouldn’t pay a plugged nickel to watch them, and they’re my favorite team since 1979.

  9. Jerry also raised his energy prices as he made bank off Texans during the freeze. Scumbag

  10. I love how the lowest priced tickets, got the higher increase in both actual dollars, & percentage of increase. This is simply the continuance of pricing the average fan out of the game experience. Owners should be ashamed.

  11. It won’t stop, either. A QB just signed for $230 million guaranteed meaning more will follow…some of that has to come out of us. Same with new stadium costs- one way or another, some comes out of us- the $14 beer, the $10 hot dog, taxes and, yes, tickets.

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