Dallas Cowboys cheerleader perform before NFL football practice at Cowboys Stadium, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2012, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/LM Otero)
The cost of going to a Cowboys game in Arlington costs fans more than any other stadium in the country, according to Marketing Team Report.
The sports agency compiled the annual list and ranked JerryWorld tops when it comes to cost.
The report said that, on average, a family of four will spend $634 to go to a single Dallas Cowboys game. That breaks down to $158.50 per person.
For that price, fans get four tickets, meals, soft drinks, beer, parking, two programs and two adult-sized hats.
Earlier this week, Forbes magazine ranked the Cowboys as the second-most valuable sports franchise in the world and the first NFL franchise to be valued at $2 billion. According to Forbes, the team earns an estimated $500 million in revenue and has an operating income of $227 million.