ARLINGTON - Single-game tickets for the 2012 Dallas Cowboys season went on sale to the public Friday morning.
Cowboys spokesman Brett Daniels said they're down to limited seating in the bowl, and in some cases only party passes. Daniels said despite falling attendance for the NFL overall, the Cowboys will sell out all their games.
Lance Higgins, a secondary-market ticket vendor, said his sales are picking up.
Higgins said when the Pittsburgh Steelers come to town, even the "cheap" seats will be going for about $400. However, he said $125 will still get you a good seat for the Cleveland Browns game at Cowboys Stadium.