NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- The National Football League is about to start another season with the preseason already underway. The first full week of preseason games kicks off Thursday night, and the regular season is just a few weeks away after that.
At AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, professional games won’t be the only football that will be on display. In addition to hosting two preseason and eight regular season Cowboys games, AT&T Stadium will feature some top college football games as well.
With Oklahoma State, Texas and Texas Tech so close by, they’re each taking advantage of the enormous and well-built stadium with games at the arena. And while the arena is farther away than students are generally used to, these tickets are still selling for high averages.
According to BarrysTickets.com, only one of the four college football games scheduled at AT&T Stadium has an average price below $200, and that’s a Big 12 matchup between Texas Tech and Baylor. The game between the two high-octane offenses is currently averaging $165.51, but that number might go up as we get closer to the game on Nov. 29.
In contrast, the least expensive game on the Dallas Cowboys' schedule is against the Arizona Cardinals, with a $184.47 average. Even though the game is against a team with double-digit wins last season and a former division rival of the Cowboys when they were in the NFC East, it’s the least-demanded Cowboys game of the year.