The Dallas Cowboys are one of the 32 teams that make up the National Football League. According to Forbes Magazine, the Cowboys are the most valuable sports franchise in the U.S. with an estimated value of more than $1.6 billion. Only the soccer club Manchester United of the UK is worth more. Since the team joined the NFL, they have won five Super Bowl championships as of 2008.

Current Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has gained a reputation around the league as a man who wasn’t afraid to spend money on his team. His latest venture will officially come to fruition at the beginning in 2009 when they open their new $1.3 billion stadium in Arlington, Texas. The stadium will be the home of the Cowboys, but will also host other events including the NCAA Final Four, NBA All-Star Game and the Super Bowl.

Market Heat Report: McCartney Makes the Grade
Former Beatle and prolific songwriter Paul McCartney saw both of his Hollywood Casino (Tinley Park, IL) shows among the hottest in the land, with Tuesday’s concert at No. 13 and tonight’s at No. 10 in the Market Heat Report from the TicketNetwork marketplace. That said, the top of the... Read more
Market Heat Report: Gambler’s Goodbye
In news that shouldn’t be terribly surprising to anyone, the recently announced farewell show from Kenny Rogers (with special guest Dolly Parton) is No. 1 in the TicketNetwork daily check-in for Market Heat from Tuesday, July 18, 2017. Besides “The Gambler” saying goodbye, however, the market is absolutely dominated... Read more
Market Heat Report: Bruno Mars In But Soccer Dominates
Top-tier showman Bruno Mars makes a pair of appearances in the Market Heat report for this Tuesday, with a show tonight in Sacramento at No. 7, and an August 5th date in Minnesota down at No. 17… But the top 10 is dominated by soccer once again, as some... Read more
Market Heat Report: Sporty Day in the Marketplace
People had a thirst for some of the top sporting events in the next couple of months on Tuesday, as 13 of the Top 20 sellers in the TicketNetwork marketplace – including each of the top six – were professional sports. Top billing went to Conor McGregor and Floyd... Read more
Market Heat Report: Harry Styles Hot
Harry Styles, who is set for a splashy acting debut* in the upcoming Christopher Nolan film “Dunkirk”, is up to No. 5 in the Market Heat report for this Friday. The former One Direction star’s date in Toronto with Muna is one spot behind Ed Sheeran’s upcoming show in... Read more
Market Heat Report: Ed Sheeran Burns Up the Charts
On the eve of his appearance in the Citi Concert Series on the Today Show in the United States, Ed Sheeran dominated the TicketNetwork secondary numbers, picking up four Top 20 spots in the market heat report for the day. Sheeran’s Friday date in Toronto came in at No. 4,... Read more
NFL Market Action Heats Up as 2017 Season Looms on Horizon
Temperatures are heating up across the country, and summer is (officially, at least) just days away, which means it’s just about time to start getting pumped up for the upcoming fall and NFL action once again gracing our stadiums and televisions across the United States. With ticket sales underway... Read more
New York City venues continue their reign over TicketNews’ exclusive venues rankings list with the top three spots. Yankees Stadium comes in with the No. 1 position this week again this week. The venue has a busy schedule up ahead with the Yankees hosting the Baltimore Orioles, and Seattle... Read more
Two fans caught up in this week’s Super Bowl ticketing/seating mess are suing the NFL and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for $5 million, alleging they were deceived when they bought their tickets to the game. The two fans, Cowboys season ticket holder Mike Dolabi and Pennsylvania resident Steve... Read more
As Super Bowl XLV quickly approaches, Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, TX, has again claimed the number one spot in TicketNews’ exclusive venues rankings for the week ending Sunday, January 31. Now heading up the rankings for the second straight week, the stadium dominated all rivals with a monster... Read more