Single game tickets for the Dallas Cowboys go on sale to the general public Friday.
Cowboy fans who wanted to make sure they got a ticket started to line up at AT&T Stadium in Arlington well before tickets went on sale at 10 a.m. Chris Oliver was the first person in line at 6:30 a.m.
"This is what you have to do," said Oliver. "This is the hot ticket in town, so I want to make sure I am here for the Patriots game. I worked from 6 in the morning and came straight from work."
Dallas Cowboy fan Shirley Adams, of Arlington, was the second person in line.
"I felt we would get the tickets we wanted, and get a better price hopefully, and not pay additional charges," said Adams. "We are retired and had nothing better to do than come out and celebrate the Cowboys."
Dallas Cowboy officials would not say how many tickets are available, but they did say they are limited.
Ticket prices for single games range from $79 to $239. There are still standing-room-only party pass tickets available at $29 each.