On average, NFL cheerleaders make between $70 and $150 per game. This figure varies by team and is often dependent on the number of years the cheerleader has been part of the group.
As of 2014, 26 of the 32 clubs that make up the National Football League employ a staff of cheerleaders. Some cheerleaders are eligible for monthly contracts, and are not necessarily paid on a "per game" basis, but this is at the discretion of the organization. Most cheerleading squads also take home additional pay for promotions and public appearances outside of Sunday games. The Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are best known for this.