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2025 Cotton Bowl Games

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  • There are 1 Cotton Bowl games listed here, the next is in 229 days on Friday, 01/10/2025 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. There are 917 College Football Playoff - Cotton Bowl tickets available starting at $208 per ticket.
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Cotton Bowl Tickets

Ticket prices for the Cotton Bowl can vary greatly from year-to-year. So much of the demand is driven by the teams in the game, so the ticket prices settle out once the market sees how much demand fans of those two schools have to attend this game in-person. In recent years, we have seen ticket prices as low as $25 per ticket and other years where it was $250 to "get in" the door.

The Cotton Bowl is one of the New Year's Six bowl games that are part of the College Football Playoff rotation, which means it does host the CFP Semifinals every few years and has its match-up set by the CFP committee. In the years it does not host a CFP Semifinal, the match-up typically features the best team from the Big 12 Conference (not in the CFP) against another top ranked opponent. Fans of college football need to make the road trip to the Metroplex to see this historic game and stadium in-person.

The Cotton Bowl is one of the legendary bowl games in college football having been played for a century. The Cotton Bowl Classic goes all the way back to 1937 when the first edition of the game was played at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas. The Cotton Bowl was the destination for teams from the Southwest Conference (SWC), SEC and more for decades. On a few occasions, the team that won the Cotton Bowl was declared college football's National Champion that season. The list of teams who have played in the Cotton Bowl is a "who's who" of the greatest teams in college football including Alabama, Clemson, Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas, Texas A&M, Tulane, USC and Wisconsin.

Cotton Bowl at AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is the home to the Cotton Bowl game. The gorgeous venue is the home for the Dallas Cowboys. AT&T Stadium is one of the top stadiums in the country and has a capacity of nearly 80,000 fans for the Cotton Bowl. The Cotton Bowl game is not to be confused with the Cotton Bowl venue, which was the long-time host of the bowl game and is the home venue for Texas/OU. AT&T Stadium has four main seating levels inside the stadium: 100 level, 200 level, 300 level and 400 level, and below we break down some of the areas that fans may like to sit. A great spot to sit for the Cotton Bowl is Section 143, which is on the lowest-level near the field but just outside the Club 100-level seats which typically keeps the price down.

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. This level is just behind the 100-level and still very close to the field. Fans interested in premium seats for the Cotton Bowl typically buy seats in the 100 or 200-level. 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. Fans interested in cheap Cotton Bowl tickets typically wind up buying seats in the 400-level, which offers some of the best values for the game.

Cotton Bowl Parking

With over 80,000 fans able to attend the Cotton Bowl Classic, many of those attending choose to pre-purchase a reserved parking pass in one of the lots near A&T Stadium. There are a variety of good parking options around the stadium, including the same Blue & Silver Lots offered for Cowboys home games.

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