“America’s Team” touring the country with the best record in the NFL has put a premium on tickets in each city the Dallas Cowboys visit this season.
Combined with the demand to experience new U.S. Bank Stadium, the cheapest ticket Thursday morning on the secondary-market for the Vikings-Cowboys showdown is $185.
StubHub had only eight options, all in the upper deck, priced below $200. The most expensive ticket on the site was priced at $8,000 for the lower sideline.
Ticket King, the Twin Cities-based national ticket broker, advertised even higher premiums for upper deck seating at Thursday's night game. The cheapest ticket is $228 and go as high as $2,153 for tickets on the fifth row of the 50-yard line.
A ticket in the lower bowl will cost you at least $270 with most options ranging from $300 to $900.
According to StubHub Thursday morning, it is the most expensive ticket in the NFL this week.
These prices rival what fans paid to be in attendance for the Vikings' first regular-season game in the $1 billion stadium against rival Green Bay.
The Vikings issued a warning to fans to beware of counterfeit tickets for the home opener and the same caution should be used when buying at the last-minute Thursday.