The Dallas Cowboys have yet to play a down in their last season at Texas Stadium, but the fire sale has already begun.
Since Aug. 11, the team has been selling the actual seats from Texas Stadium to rabid Cowboys fans.
"It's a great opportunity for our long-time fans to hold onto the memories, tradition and history of Texas Stadium," said Cowboys spokesman Brett Daniels.
Season ticket holders who want to own the plastic seats that they have sat in for years and probably spilled beer on can buy a pair of seats for $650. End of row seats cost $750, according to the Cowboys Web site, and are also available to the general public.
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The 35-year-old seats are only sold in pairs and are "unrestored" and in "'as is' condition."
But don't expect to see fans unbolting their seats after the last game this season. The purchase price includes shipping and handling and tax, and the Cowboys Web site declares "no pickups allowed."
Proceeds from the sale of the seats are split between the team and the city of Irving, which owns Texas Stadium. The Cowboys are expected to move into their new stadium in Arlington next fall.