Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Dallas Cowboys Tickets
Tickets to Dallas Cowboys are available for the following venues, dates and times. To sort the list, click on the column header. To find tickets for the given venue, date and time, click the tickets link in that row.
Event Venue Date/Time  
NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame Game: Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium
Canton, OH
Thursday
8/3/2017
8:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Los Angeles Rams vs. Dallas Cowboys Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday
8/12/2017
6:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Dallas Cowboys vs. Indianapolis Colts AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Saturday
8/19/2017
6:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Dallas Cowboys vs. Oakland Raiders AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Saturday
8/26/2017
7:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Houston Texans vs. Dallas Cowboys NRG Stadium
Houston, TX
Thursday
8/31/2017
7:00 PM
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Dallas Cowboys Football Season Parking Passes (Includes Parking Passes to All Regular Season Home Games) AT&T Stadium Parking Lots
Arlington, TX
Saturday
9/9/2017
TBD
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Dallas Cowboys Football Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Saturday
9/9/2017
TBD
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Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
9/10/2017
7:30 PM
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Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys Sports Authority Field At Mile High
Denver, CO
Sunday
9/17/2017
2:25 PM
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Arizona Cardinals vs. Dallas Cowboys University Of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, AZ
Monday
9/25/2017
5:30 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
10/1/2017
12:00 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
10/8/2017
3:25 PM
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San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys Levi's Stadium
Santa Clara, CA
Sunday
10/22/2017
1:05 PM
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Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys FedexField
Landover, MD
Sunday
10/29/2017
4:25 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Kansas City Chiefs AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
11/5/2017
3:25 PM
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Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Atlanta, GA
Sunday
11/12/2017
4:25 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
11/19/2017
7:30 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Chargers AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Thursday
11/23/2017
3:30 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Thursday
11/30/2017
7:25 PM
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New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys MetLife Stadium
East Rutherford, NJ
Sunday
12/10/2017
4:25 PM
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Oakland Raiders vs. Dallas Cowboys Oakland Coliseum
Oakland, CA
Sunday
12/17/2017
5:30 PM
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Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Sunday
12/24/2017
3:25 PM
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Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia, PA
Sunday
12/31/2017
1:00 PM
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In 1960, the Dallas Cowboys became the NFL’s first successful new team since the collapse of the All-America Football Conference 10 years earlier. Clint Murchison Jr. was the new team’s majority owner and his first order of business was to hire Tex Schramm as general manager, Tom Landry as head coach and Gil Brandt as player personnel director.

This trio was destined for almost unprecedented success in the pro football world but the “glory years” didn’t come easily. Playing in the storied Cotton Bowl, the 1960 Cowboys had to settle for one tie in 12 games and Dallas didn’t break even until its sixth season in 1965. But in 1966, the Cowboys began an NFL-record streak of 20 consecutive winning seasons. That streak included 18 years in the playoffs, 13 divisional championships, five trips to the Super Bowl and victories in Super Bowls VI and XII.

In 1967, Murchison announced that the Cowboys would build their own stadium in suburban Irving, Texas. A new Dallas pro football era began on October 24, 1971, when 65,024-seat Texas Stadium was opened. The Cowboys of the 1970s and early 1980s were known as “America’s Team,” an outfit that was just a step ahead of almost every other club when it came to image-enhancing promotions such as The Dallas Cowboys Newsweekly with a circulation of 100,000, sales of Cowboys souvenirs and apparel and the famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders. The Cowboys suffered their first losing season in two decades in 1986 and fell all the way to 3-13 in 1988. H. R. “Bum” Bright, who had purchased the Cowboys from Murchison in 1984, sold the team to Jerry Jones in 1989. Jones named former University of Miami coach Jimmy Johnson to replace Landry, who finished his career with 270 victories, third most by any coach in history. Dallas Cowboys tickets could be the most popular football tickets in the NFL.