IRVING, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys today announced more ticket prices for the team's new stadium in Arlington -- with the cheapest cost just under $60.
The Cowboys say about 50,000 reserved seats in the upper and
lower bowls of its new more than one billion dollar stadium will
range from $59 to $125.
That's slightly higher than prices at Texas Stadium in Irving,
where the Cowboys will play their final season this year. Those
similar tickets range from $50 to $129.
Of the newly announced prices, most of those reserved seats will
have options to give the owner the right to buy season tickets for
30 years. The price of those seat options ranges from $2,000 to
$5,000. About 20 percent won't have seat options.
The new retractable roof Cowboys stadium will host the 2011
-- Meanwhile, the team announced details on so-called loge
seats, to be located at midfield on the first six rows in the upper
bowl of the new venue.
Those 1,200 seats will have "club-style" cushioning and access
to club parking.
The option fee is $12,000 per seat. Season tickets will go for
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