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Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Cowboys will not raise ticket prices

By Calvin Watkins

For the fourth consecutive season, ticket prices at Cowboys Stadium will not increase, according to Brett Daniels, senior director of corporate communications.

The Cowboys have not raised ticket prices since they moved into the $1.3 billion facility in Arlington.

The Cowboys join the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins as teams who won't raise ticket prices in 2012. The Green Bay Packers, meanwhile, will raise their prices.

The Cowboys averaged the second-highest ticket price in the NFL last season at $110.20, according to Team Marketing Report, which measures ticket prices for fans.

The New York Jets averaged the highest ticket in the league at $120.85. NFL average tickets costs $77.36.