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COWBOYS HIKE TIX PRICES, SUNDAYS IN IRVING TO COST MORE
Published March 15, 1995
The Cowboys have raised ticket prices and parking fees for next season. Ticket prices will see a 15% increase from the past two years, with the average price up to $39.98, from $34.20. The top-priced seats will increase from $38 to $46 and other sideline seats will also increase by $8, up to $42. Parking passes will increase variably, with VIP passes going from $15-$20, and the lower-proced lot from $5 to $7. Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones said fans should not be "alarmed" about the increase, and that their prices are in relation to the league (Dwain Price, FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM, 3/15). COWBOYS IN THE SKYDOME: The Cowboys will play the Bills in Toronto's SkyDome on the weekend of August 13-14. But it looks as though the NFL won't stage a game in Mexico this summer, "partly because of Mexico's economic woes" (Tim Cowlishaw, DALLAS MORNING NEWS, 3/15).