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The Seattle Seahawks cemented their third win of the season with a victory over the Redskins on the road last week and travel back home to host the Cowboys at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. While the Cowboys have played just as well as the Seahawks and enter Seattle with a 4-1 record, Sunday’s game will be one of the more expensive remaining home games on the Seahawks schedule. The Cowboys have won four straight after dropping their season opener to the 49ers in Week 1, but their impressive play as of late has not boasted a premium for secondary tickets and the game serves as the third cheapest at home on the remaining Seahawks schedule.READ MORE: The Story Behind Showtime's New Russell Westbrook Documentary: 'This Is Russell Claiming His Own Narrative'
According to TiqIQ, the average price for Seahawks vs. Cowboys tickets is $424.51 on the secondary market for Sunday’s game, which is 6% above the season average of $399.71 for Seahawks tickets. The game will be above the Seahawks’ home average at CenturyLink Field, though though not close to a game against the 49ers on December 14, which currently has a secondary market average of $516.75.
If high ticket prices aren’t enough to sway fans from making the voyage to Seattle, fans who are considering traveling to the game from Dallas will find relatively moderate airfare and hotel deals when navigating Priceline.com. According to the accommodation conglomerate, a roundtrip ticket from Dallas to Seattle and back is currently priced at $570 while a dozen 4-star hotels still have vacant rooms. One 5-star hotel remains and is currently priced at $370 per night, which is still below the secondary ticket average for Sunday’s game. Of the remaining 4-star hotels, prices range from $189-$450, with prices increasing the closer the hotel is to the stadium. A variety of 3-star hotels remain and vary from $110-$200, again increasing in price in relation to proximity to the stadium.READ MORE: 11 African Lions Test Positive For COVID At Denver Zoo
More than two years have passed since the Seahawks took on the Cowboys in a regular season matchup. In that time, the Seahawks have gone on to win a Super Bowl and instill two playoff appearances while the Cowboys have failed to post an above-.500 record in each season since. This year has proven different for Cowboys, however. Though the season is still young, Tony Romo and company have led spirited wins against its last four opponents. They will undoubtedly face their toughest competition of the season in the Seahawks this weekend and the team’s culmination of wins over the past four weeks will be tested by the surging Seahawks as they look to pick up their fourth win of the season behind the support of the 12th man; Seattle’s diehard fanbase that has been considered the best in the league.
Those fans will certainly be paying steep prices for tickets to see their team play this week, but the loyalty they have flaunted under the team’s success in recent years has proved that they are willing to break the bank to see the Seahawks compete. Sunday will be no different as the Cowboys come to town with the intent to take down the defending Super Bowl champions, a task that may prove all too difficult despite their early-season success.
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