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Fresh off their first playoff appearance since 2009, the Dallas Cowboys enter the 2015 NFL season looking to reclaim the NFC East title and make an ever-elusive deep postseason push. The team has failed to advance past the Divisional Game in each of its last eight playoff runs, dating all the way back to 1996’s first-round matchup with the Carolina Panthers. Excitement persists at AT&T Stadium, however, and Cowboys tickets have experienced an increase in price on the secondary market from 2014.

According to TiqIQ, the average secondary market price for Cowboys tickets across all eight home games in 2015 is $294.43, which marks a 3.7% jump from last season’s average of $283.73. The Cowboys’ first winning season in five years, 2014, saw the team go 12-4 and inch out the divisional rival Philadelphia Eagles for their first NFC East banner since the turn of the decade. That success is impacting the secondary market for the upcoming season as three games own a ticket average that exceeds $300.

The Cowboys will welcome the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots in their most expensive game at AT&T Stadium on October 11. Cowboys vs Patriots in Week 5 currently own a secondary market average of $466.02, 58.2% over the season average, and the get-in price starts at $191. Should Tom Brady’s four-game suspension hold up, the quarterback would still actually miss the Week 5 meeting, since the Patriots have a bye in Week 4. However, that possibility has not put a damper on demand for the game.

Other top-priced games in Arlington come on November 1 against the Seattle Seahawks and November 8 against the Eagles. Cowboys vs Seahawks tickets currently average $340.19 and the cheapest ticket is listed for $124. One week later, Cowboys vs Eagles tickets own a $318.62 average and $106 get-in price.

Week 3 against the Atlanta Falcons will serve as the most affordable game at AT&T Stadium this season. The median price for Cowboys vs Falcons tickets is $234.33 on the secondary market, 20.4% below season average, and the cheapest ticket starts at $60.12 weeks later when the Cowboys host the New York Jets in their second cheapest home game, where Cowboys vs Jets tickets average $251.53 and get-in price is $69.

The team’s final home game of the regular season against the Washington Redskins has near-identical numbers to that of the Jets matchup the month prior. Cowboys vs Redskins tickets average $252.51 and get-in price is listed for $62.

Dallas will open the season on Sunday Night Football against the New York Giants. Despite the rivalry, the game will just be the fourth most expensive game of the season. Currently the average price for Cowboys vs Giants tickets in Week 1 is $299.37 with a get-in price of $88.

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