Quarterback Tony Romo is shown on the screen at Cowboys Stadium on September 20, 2009 in Arlington, Texas. New York Giants take this game 33-31.
After the Dallas Cowboys opened up the $1.1 billion Cowboys Stadium last year against the New York Giants, many fans who purchased the $29 party pass were left miffed over the leviathan crowds, congested lines--for bathrooms and concessions--and general inability to see the field.
If you are one of those people, who feels burned, used as a mere pawn in Jerry's quest to break the attendance record--which, thankfully, he did--and distrustful of anything offered by one Jerry Jones, you should probably navigate away from this page at your leisure now.
The Dallas Cowboys are offering Party Pass season ticket plans--which operate pretty much like traditional season tickets, only without the seats.
For $199, the fan gets access to 10 home games, live music, a great deal of indoor and outdoor acreage (9 acres to be precise) for general debauchery, and, of course, access to a boat-load of large, crisp television screens.
The season passes go on sale on Friday at DallasCowboys.com.