Cowboys Games at AT&T Stadium
The Dallas Cowboys play their home games in AT&T Stadium, which is located in Arlington, Texas. Fans who attend a Cowboys game at "Jerry World" rave about the in game experience as it consistently ranks among the best in the NFL. Attending a game a Cowboys home game is expensive (compared to the NFL average) with "get in" tickets routinely starting around $300 per seat for a big game. We have assisted thousands of fans in attending a Cowboys game, and while it is expensive, the vast majority tell us that there are few better experiences in sports than being at a big Cowboys home game.
AT&T Stadium is a magnificent sports venue with many areas to choose from. In our professional opinion, there are few better seats than the Club 100-level seats right behind the Cowboys bench and just above the field suites. They are expensive, often listing at over $1,300 a ticket, but provide an amazing view of the action on the field and fantastic amenities in the club area. For cheap Cowboys seats, there are 400-level corner endzone tickets available. There are approximately 25 rows in the 400-level endzone, so try to secure seats in the first 10 rows for a better view. For fans shopping for the best Cowboys tickets here are the multiple-levels to choose from at AT&T Stadium:
The lower level is closest to the field and provides great views of the action. Sections 101 to 150 are in this level, and there are typically 20-22 rows in each section on this level. The Dallas Cowboys home bench is on the sideline in-front of Sections 108-113. We recommend seats in the lower endzone here like Sections 122 or 123, or if price is not an option then go for Club 109 near midfield.
The 200-level sits just above the 100-level and includes Sections 201 to 250. Most of the sections in 200 level have 12-15 rows. The best seats on this level are the Club 208-211 sections which offer an unobstructed view of the action on the field with access to club amenities.
Sections 301 to 350 make up the 300-level, which is a tier above the 200-level. 300-level sections typically have 17 rows. The only exception are those sections located in the endzone which only 5 rows as they are situated in-front of the SRO area (standing room only). Our advice is stick to the sideline seats in the 300-level instead of looking at those endzone seats near the SRO area.
The upper-deck of offers excellent sight lines to the action on the field. It also provides a great view of the giant jumbotron, which is so impressive that many fans catch themselves watching during the game instead of the live action on the field. The 400 level includes Sections 401 to 460. There are 27-30 rows on sideline sections, then 22-25 rows in corner endzone sections. A great section up here is Section 410 which offers a nice view of the field at a relatively affordable ticket price of around $400+ per ticket for a big game.
AT&T Stadium Suites
AT&T Stadium has over 350 suites separated out over five levels. The stadium was one of the first to offer "field suites" which are located right at field-level, actually standing below the surface of the field. AT&T Stadium also offers Touchdown suites, Hall of Fame level suites, Ring of Honor level suites and Star level suites. We do not have suites listed for sale on every game, but if you are a serious buyer our team can assist you in securing a suite at AT&T Stadium for most home games. Just fair warning that Cowboys suites are very expensive.
AT&T Stadium is just 20 miles from downtown Dallas and is convenient to get to from fans across the Metroplex. The state-of-the-art venue has an open roof design and a giant HDTV jumbotron hanging over the playing field. Many fans rave about watching the massive television screen for in-game replays.
Dallas Cowboys Parking Passes
You can attend a Cowboys game without a parking pass, but we recommend you purchase one just to save yourself the headaches of finding parking on gameday. AT&T Stadium has a variety of parking options, so fans can pick the option that best suits them. Although demand for Cowboys Parking Passes is so strong that passes listed in certain lots often sell as soon as they are offered for sale. Those popular lots are usually in the Blue Lots, like Lot 10 or Lot 11. The Silver Lots are also quite popular.