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Some Cowboys fans not happy with party pass

By Ryan Peterson - bio | email

ARLINGTON, TX - Jerry Jones expects well over 100 thousand fans at the Cowboys home opener on Sunday night.  Not everyone in the stands will be happy with the experience.  Some season ticket holders are upset with the amount of party passes that have  been sold.   Up to 30 thousand fans paid just 29 dollars to get into the game.  It's a standing room only ticket, where you can drink and watch the game.

One season ticket holder, who paid ten thousand dollars for his seats, told WFAA in Dallas, "It's not a football game.  It's a bar.   You don't know if fights are going to break out. These people here are not here to watch the game, they are not even interested. They are just here to drink and look at other people and cause problems."

So, Jerry may get his record crowd.  But is that a good thing?  What do you think? Leave us your thoughts.

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