Dallas Cowboys vs. New York Giants Tickets: Ticketability.com Announces Presale and Onsale Tickets Available For First Game Of Season

The season begins on Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday Night Football showdown with the New York Giants at AT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium) in Arlington, TX.

NEW YORK, July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Many fans looking to find Dallas Cowboys tickets at low prices have been heading to Ticketability.com to finalize plans to watch games at AT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium) and on the road. Games for America's Team are among the most popular in the NFL as fans who regularly buy Dallas Cowboys tickets are located in all 50 states and overseas. The franchise has been competing ever since its inaugural 1960 season. It has won the Super Bowl on five occasions. The team's most recent title followed the 1995 season.

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Those looking to watch Tony Romo and the Cowboys will want to purchase Ticketability.com's affordable Dallas Cowboys tickets for the team's first game of the season as soon as possible. Dallas will play host to the New York Giants in a nationally televised Sunday Night Football game on Sept. 8. Another date that many looking to buy Dallas Cowboys tickets have circled on their calendars is Oct. 13. That is when the Washington Redskins head to the Lone Star State to play a Sunday Night Football game against the Cowboys.

Fans who have been successful in their quest to find Dallas Cowboys tickets in the recent past have had a blast at AT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium), a new facility that opened in 2009. The video screen is absolutely incredible as it is 60 yards long. The stadium seats 85,000 and has a capacity of 105,000. It is located in Arlington, midway between Dallas and Fort Worth. Several concerts and professional soccer games have also been held here. The first Cowboys game was played in front of 105,121 on Sept. 20, 2009. The Giants escaped with a 33-31 win that evening.

The team is coming off of an 8-8 season that started with promise as Dallas knocked off the defending Super Bowl champion Giants on the road, 24-17. However, a 20-point loss to the Seattle Seahawks followed, and Dallas stayed around the .500 mark the rest of the season. The last time that fans were able to buy Dallas Cowboys tickets for playoff games occurred following the 2009 season. The Cowboys knocked off the Eagles, 34-14, before falling to the Minnesota Vikings by a 34-3 score in its postseason games that year.

This online event ticket reseller boasts a large selection of sports, theater and concert tickets, including 2013 NFL tickets for sale for the upcoming football season.

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