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Buy tickets for 2018 Cotton Bowl - College Football Playoff Semifinals - Clemson vs Notre Dame at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on December 29, 2018 3:00PM local time. There are currently 1 Cotton Bowl games available for sale.

Cotton Bowl: Clemson vs Notre Dame

2018 Cotton Bowl is CFP Semifinal Game

Two legendary college football teams will be playing each other on December 29, 2018 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas - as the Clemson Tigers play the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The winner between Clemson and Notre Dame will head West to play in the CFP Championship Game at Levi's Stadium.

Notre Dame drives demand for tickets like few other teams in college football, so expect the Irish fans to keep demand up for this game. Clemson has a large, passionate fan base that will certainly make the trip to Dallas to see their Tigers take on one of the legendary teams in college football.

Demand for the 2018 Cotton Bowl may wind up being the strongest of all bowl games this season. If you are planning to buy tickets for the Cotton Bowl, make sure you get on it as this big-name match-up should drive up demand and ticket prices.

Cotton Bowl Tickets

The Cotton Bowl is one of the most prestigious bowl games, with a modern twist. After playing in downtown Dallas for decades, the game has permanently moved to AT&T Stadium in Arlington, home of the Dallas Cowboys. With the creation of the College Football Playoff, the game was also announced as one of the six rotating semifinal hosts. This means it will host a top-4 matchup once every three years, and will be a top bowl game destination for teams that missed the playoff during the two off years. Jerry World is a site to behold, and it sits in a fast-growing area with tons of attractions.

Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is the home to the Cotton Bowl. The game was played at Cotton Bowl Stadium from its inception in 1937 until 2010. Opened in 2009, AT&T Stadium is home to the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and one of the newer stadiums across the country. Its capacity is 80,000 but can be expanded to 105,000 for special events. There are four main seating levels inside the stadium: 100 level, 200 level, 300 level and 400 level. In addition, there are club seats and over 200 suites.

100 Level

The lowest level provides great views of the action on the field and sidelines. The sections on the lower level are 101-150 and there are typically 20-22 rows throughout. Fans love sitting in this 100-level, particularly those on the sideline.

200 Level

The second tier includes sections 201-250. There are 12-15 rows in each 200 level section.

300 Level

The 300 level includes sections 301-350. The rows vary per section, with as few as five rows in the end zone sections and as many as 17 rows on the corners.

400 Level

The highest level of this massive stadium offers excellent sight lines and the best vantage point to see the massive HD video screen, which stretches from one 20-yard line to the other - 60 yards total. The 400 level includes sections 401-460. There are typically 30 rows on sideline sections, then 22-24 rows in corner areas and as few as five rows in the end zone sections.

Suites

Perhaps no stadium in America has more suites in it than AT&T Stadium in Arlington. There are field-level suites situated a little below the field for easy sight lines. Some of the best views from a suite come in the the Hall of Fame suites, Silver suites, Ring of Honor suites and Star suites are located higher up and therefore provide a nice overview of he action on the field.

Cotton Bowl Parking

Visit our Cotton Bowl Parking page to buy a parking pass.

Last updated: Dec 2 2018