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(PRWEB) August 04, 2012
The Dallas Cowboys are arguably the single wealthy franchise in all of North American sports, and tickets to Cowboys games can be very hard to come by unless you have the right connections. Lucky for Cowboys fans all over Texas and beyond, TicketProcess.com is currently offering up Cowboys tickets at industry-leading low prices, and doing so in a safe, secure and speedy manner. Anyone that is interested in getting their hands on Dallas Cowboys tickets before the season starts and the opportunities are scarce should visit the ticket exchange at their earliest convenience.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is nobody's fool, and he has put some excellent coaches in place over the course of the past few seasons. The calm and calculated demeanor of Head Coach Jason Garrett contrasts with the fiery, in-your-face style of Defensive Coordinator Rex Ryan, but the two seem to have the correct chemistry going in the Big D. Both coaches will be relying on the skills of quarterback Tony Romo, wideouts Miles Austin and Dez Bryant, and defensive beast Demarcus Ware. If all four are able to stay healthy and play a full 16 games, there is little question that Dallas will contend for the NFC East title.
A ticket to a Cowboys game doesn't just come with 60 minutes of professional football, it also comes with the chance to experience one of the largest and most impressive sporting venues in the entire world. Cowboys Stadium was opened in 2009, and after working out a few kinks associated with a project of such a grand scale, the Cowboys have been hosting well over 100,000 fans on a regular basis. The video screen that hovers over the field is believed to be the single largest high definition monitor in the world. Indeed, things do come bigger in Texas.
The Cowboys will play a very demanding schedule that is extremely back-loaded with important home games. Incredibly, five of the team's final seven regular season games will be played at home, which is a very rare occurrence. This means that Cowboys fans will have ample opportunities to get in on the action that is sure to unfold in 2012. A December 22nd Sunday night game against the rival Philadelphia Eagles will likely have major postseason implications for both teams, as will a December 16th visit from the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fans that are looking for an easy way to secure Cowboys tickets should head to TicketProcess.com at their earliest convenience. The site is also offering sales on all NFL games & NCAA football games. The site urges people to visit their Facebook & Twitter page to receive exclusive savings and discount codes.