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Join us on the original Sports Traveler Tour - 14 years strong!
Our signature Cowboys tours include lodging in Arlington, Texas just blocks from AT&T Stadium. We have access to premium Dallas Cowboys tickets and airfare discounts. Enjoy VIP access to our pre-game Tailgate located steps from the stadium. Party with us starting 3 hours prior to game and enjoy a real Texas BBQ, beers, margaritas, live entertainment and an appearance by a former Dallas Cowboys player!
And yes, as you can see from the picture below, we take you down on the field for a guided tour of the Cowboys AT&T Stadium. Stand on the star and toss the football around with your kids. Take pictures and make memories to last a life-time!
Also available: Cowboys Game Tickets
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Join us for every Cowboys home games at AT&T Stadium and stay close to the stadium, enjoy your stadium seating in your choice of levels, tailgate with us before the game are our VIP tailgate party, plus let us take care of the driving to the game!
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Dallas Cowboys - AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
Where do the Dallas Cowboys play? They are at AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, located in Arlington, Texas. Up to 80,000 fans can be accommodated, with the option for expanding to hold 100,000. How do you get tickets for a Cowboys Game? The best way to guaranteed your tickets is to choose our lodging package that includes great seats and locations. What is the best area to stay near Cowboys Stadium? Arlington, Texas is closest to the stadium and all the hotels included in our travel packages are within 2 miles distance.
Sports Traveler is the official sports tour operator for the Arlington Convention and Visitors Bureau in Arlington, Texas - Experience Arlington! We offer the best deals on your lodging accommodation packages to Arlington.
Stadium had been home to the Cowboys since 1971 which was trademarked
for the hole in the roof. Now, the Cowboys new home has a
retractable roof with glass doors allowing each end zone to be opened,
and a center-hung video display board which is rumored to be the largest
HDTV in the world. The construction cost of the new stadium is
estimated at $1 Billion, which makes it one of the most expensive
sporting venues ever built.
The Cotton Bowl is also now held there annually. In addition to the Cotton Bowl, AT&T Stadium has also been the host of the Cowboys Classic since 2009. The Cowboys Classic is a college football game that takes place the opening weekend of the college football season and normally features two of the nation's top programs. AT&T Stadium also hosted Super Bowl XLV in 2011 when the Green Packers returned to glory by defeating Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
AT&T Stadium is also the host of the 2014 Final Four and 2015 College Football Championship. This venue will continue to bring top notch events to the area. AT&T Stadium is as much an attraction as the team and will continue to be well into the future.
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