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The Dallas Cowboys have always been movers and shakers in the National Football League.

They've done it again.

On Tuesday, SeatGeek announced a partnership with the Dallas Cowboys, making SeatGeek the primary ticketing platform for the team, AT&T Stadium and Ford Center.

The move is effective today.

The Cowboys have previously been partners with Ticketmaster.

The Cowboys are the second NFL team, joining the New Orleans Saints, to announce a primary ticketing partnership with SeatGeek.

“The Dallas Cowboys organization is always on the cutting edge, and it was critical that we select a ticketing platform that has the best technology on earth to power an incredible fan experience. SeatGeek provides that and more,” Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in a news release. "We’re excited to truly partner with SeatGeek to shape the future of the industry together.”

Other clients of SeatGeek include the New Orleans Pelicans, and five Major League Soccer clubs.

SeatGeek recently partnered with Facebook to allow SeatGeek Enterprise clients to sell their tickets directly through the social network.

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