- Apr 19, 12, 05:21 PM #1
I need tickets to Dallas Cowboys at CincyI put this here because I think it will be seen and hopefully lead me to a couple or three tickets to this game.Advertisement
- Apr 19, 12, 05:29 PM #2I guess the questions are:
1. How many do you want/need?
2. How much are you willing to spend?
Lower level tickets are going to be at least $80 face value. To get tickets now, you'll have to pay a premium.
- Apr 19, 12, 05:50 PM #3I will ask to make sure but three is what I was told to ask for
Prefer to set second level on Dallas side being we are all Dallas fans.
- Apr 19, 12, 06:45 PM #4
- Apr 19, 12, 07:04 PM #5The second level (Club) is way more expensive and the east side will be the Dallas side.
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- Apr 19, 12, 07:51 PM #8Originally Posted by ColonelCrazy
- Apr 19, 12, 08:03 PM #9
- Apr 19, 12, 09:08 PM #10You are always taking a gamble at paying a higher price if you wait but I think I'd wait and see how the season plays out. I'd say at most you'll pay $30 or so over face if the Bengals and Cowboys are playing well by week 14. In all my years of holding season tickets I very rarely made a huge profit selling and if I did the opponent would be the Steelers or Browns. For one game I think I'd look for club seats but it'll be cold on the East side in December.
- Apr 19, 12, 09:11 PM #11I found a site that had tickets available but they were to much for me.
I will check stub hub closer to the date of the game, and hope I get a break,if not I will watch at home for free.
- Apr 20, 12, 10:29 AM #12If the Bengals aren't playing well, you'll be able to find tickets at or below face value.
With their schedule, I think the Bengals should have a pretty decent start to the season (4-2 or so).
Either way, your best bet is to wait right now. Very few season ticket holders are willing to sell their tickets for face value at this point because the value could increase with a good start to the season.