Fans concerned about affording to see a game or a show at the new $1.15 billion Cowboys Stadium in Arlington can still check out the place.
For a fee.
Tours began Friday at the retractable-roof venue of the Dallas Cowboys, the same day as thousands of hopefuls for the Fox TV show “American Idol” showed up for auditions.
Stadium tours, at $15 for adults and $12 for children, will be conducted every half-hour and last up to 75 minutes.
The stops, subject to change, include the high-tech scoreboard control room, the press box, the Cowboys locker room and limited field access.
No purses, bags, backpacks, food or drinks are allowed on tours. Cameras and video recorders are OK. Bilingual tours are available.