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Cardinals-Cowboys MNF tickets apparently priced at $12,500

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Want to see a live NFL football game in a pandemic-ridden 2020?

From the looks of it, you’ll need to own a Brink’s truck.

While many NFL teams have made the decision to limit fans in the stands due to the coronavirus pandemic, not all have had to make the hard choice of shuttering the concourses completely to start the season.

After deciding against having fans for the first two home games, the Arizona Cardinals could be playing in front of empty stadiums for close to half of the beginning of the season.

That is until the team’s Week 6 matchup with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football.

Of Arizona’s first six opponents, the Cowboys are the only team planning for a limited capacity of fans at their home stadium.

And from a glance, the Week 6 matchup is carrying with it a pretty hefty price tag on Vivid Seats.

The Athletic’s Jon Machota stumbled upon what looks like a starting price of $12,547 per ticket for the Oct. 19 bout.

At that rate, you’re basically buying a small stake in the team.

Luckily, it appears there are some cheaper options on StubHub.

It’s clear the Cowboys have the Cardinals circled on the schedule. After the $12,000 price tag, the next closest game on Dallas’ schedule is set at $775 against the New York Giants.

Maybe quarterback Kyler Murray and head coach Kliff Kingsbury’s presence in Texas is larger than we all originally thought. Or the fact that it’s Monday Night Football at Jerry World.

If the Cowboys tickets available truly start at $12,500 imagine what a hot dog and a cold one cost. We don’t even want to start to think about parking.

On a positive note, getting on the Jumbotron in Dallas just got a whole lot easier. It could even be a requirement at this point.


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