Finally, a preseason game that is worth the ticket price!
Because while the NFL forces fans who buy season tickets to also pay a ridiculous face value for two preseason games—to watch future UPS driver and night club bouncers run around the field for 55 minutes—the preseason finale between the Cowboys and Texans will be well worth it.
Because for just $25, you can attend the game that, due to the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Harvey, has been moved from Houston to Dallas—more specifically AT&T Stadium.
And better yet, all proceeds from the game that will go the United Way of Greater Houston Relief Fund—the organization that works in coordination with the Red Cross and Salvation Army to provide aid to those impacted by Hurricane Harvey, which has destroyed the Texas Gulf coast.
So think if it as a terrible game that will help people who have been through something far worse and, really, to be able to watch anything at that state of the art facility for a mere $25, that’s is a steal.
I mean I’d even watch the Jets/Browns play a preseason game there for that little.
Okay, I shouldn’t have added those to tragedies to this story.