ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 13: Dallas Cowboys Stadium during contruction on April 13, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
The sprawling new $1.15 billion home of the Dallas Cowboys is nearly sold out for the 2009 season.
Team spokesman Brett Daniels says Cowboys Stadium in Arlington is 95 percent sold out. A few thousand season tickets remain and will be available during a "select a seat" event on Saturday.
Daniels on Wednesday told The Associated Press that more than 22,000 "Party Pass" tickets, at $29 apiece, have been sold.
The ticket is essentially standing-room only, with 180,000 square feet built into the stadium specifically so fans can hang out during games. Much of the space is in decks and patios.
The retractable-roof stadium has capacity of about 100,000 for football, with 300 luxury suites.
The Cowboys on Aug. 21 play their first game in the new stadium, facing Tennessee in a preseason matchup.
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