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Home Games

Thu

Aug 01

12:55 pm

2024 Dallas Cowboys Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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NFL Preseason Game - Los Angeles Chargers at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Sun

Sep 15

12:00 pm

New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Sun

Sep 22

3:25 pm

Baltimore Ravens at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Sun

Oct 13

3:25 pm

Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Sun

Nov 10

3:25 pm

Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Mon

Nov 18

7:15 pm

Houston Texans at Dallas Cowboys (Monday Night Football)

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Thu

Nov 28

3:30 pm

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Mon

Dec 09

7:15 pm

Cincinnati Bengals at Dallas Cowboys (Monday Night Football)

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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Sun

Dec 22

7:20 pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Dallas Cowboys (Sunday Night Football)

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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TBD

TBD

Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys

Arlington, TX

AT&T Stadium

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The History of Dallas Cowboys Football

The Dallas Cowboys epitomize the essence of the National Football League with a legacy that's firmly woven into the fabric of the league. Established in 1960 as an expansion team, it didn’t take too long for them to assert themselves as a force to be reckoned with by making key draft selections to build a competitive roster.

Under the watchful eye of iconic head coach Tom Landry, the Cowboys transformed into a powerhouse. Their "Doomsday Defense" and a roster that featured stars like Roger Staubach and Bob Lilly led them to a Super Bowl VI victory in 1972, marking a turning point in their history.

Between 1972 and 1990, the Dallas Cowboys continued to be a dominant force, with notable achievements, consistent success, and a commitment to excellence. The 1990s were a golden era for the Cowboys, with their star-studded lineup of Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin, better known as "The Triplets." During this time, they secured three more Super Bowl titles, cementing their status as one of the most successful franchises in NFL history.

In recent years, the Cowboys have continued to command the spotlight with a commitment to greatness and a fanbase that spans the globe. With exciting new talent and a journey filled with promise, you don’t want to miss out on your chance to make it to a game. Get your Cowboys tickets now, and witness some of the next big moments live from the stands!

The Cowboys Football Schedule

If you want to catch Dallas football in action, it's all about planning ahead. At GoTickets, we keep you updated with the latest schedule, making it easy for you to snag seats well in advance. The toughest decision you’ll have to make is choosing a worthy opponent.

Rivalries are a popular choice, and there is one in particular that stands out. We’d be remiss to not mention the contentious relationship between Dallas and Philly. These clubs frequently find themselves in heated battles for division supremacy, and their passionate fan bases might go head-to-head more than the players.

As long as we’re talking divisional foes, you can’t go wrong with tickets to games against the NY Giants or the Washington Commanders. NFC East face-offs are fantastic, and no matter where things currently stand, the Cowboys always come ready to win!

Of course, matchups with playoff implications receive top billing, but it’s also fun to see the teams that only appear on the docket once in a blue moon. They give players a chance to show off their skills to a new audience and evaluate potential postseason adversaries.

AT&T Stadium Information & Parking

With a seating capacity of over 100,000, AT&T Stadium is an expansive venue that combines state-of-the-art elements with the classic traditions of America's Team. Opened in 2009 in Arlington, Texas, this modern marvel is a true architectural gem, featuring a retractable roof and one of the largest high-definition video screens in the world.

Inside the building, you can indulge in delicious snacks, pick up Cowboys gear, take a peek at the locker room of the cheerleaders, or check out a remarkable collection of contemporary art and sculptures from renowned artists. And that’s before even getting to your seat!

But before you make your Cowboys ticket purchase, check out our detailed seating charts. They’ll help you choose the sections you like best, and in case you want to know more, we’ve included a brief overview below.

General Seating

Due to the amount of space reserved for club seats and suites, individual seats are limited to specific areas of the second through fourth tiers of AT&T Stadium.

200 Level

Seating is available on the second tier on the corners and in the end zones. The corners offer great views of the field and video boards, while attendees in the end zones won’t see video boards well but are in close proximity to scoring plays. All fans in these sections can enjoy easy paths to concessions.

300 Level

The 300 Level, commonly known as the Mezzanine level, has budget-friendly seats on the corners that provide excellent vantage points. Each section has around 17 rows with walkways at the midpoint.

400 Level

400 Level Sideline seating is a fantastic option for those who want affordable Cowboys tickets but would still like to see every play from the sidelines. Rows 1–6 are separated from rows 9–30 by a walkway

In front of the standing room section on the west side of the stadium and the highest level of suites on the east side, you’ll find about five rows of individual seats. Being this high up gives guests a birds-eye view of everything but the video boards. 

Club Seating & Suites

For Cowboys fans, it doesn't get much better than watching a game in one of the lounges or luxury suites on the premises. Perks vary, but most club and suite ticket holders will have access to at least one exclusive lounge. Read ticket details carefully for up-to-date information regarding specific inclusions, exclusions, and add-ons.

Clubs

Main Level Club seats in sections 206–214 and 231–239 are comfortably padded and situated at an ideal elevation for unobstructed sideline views. Mezzanine Club seats run along the sidelines on the 3rd deck and provide spectacular vantage points from mid-field.

The Hall of Fame Club sections include C106–C115 and C132–C139, and fans in these seats will watch from comfy padded seats as players pass through their tunnel a few feet away.

Founders Club sections (210 and 235) have elevated views from the 50-yard line on both sides of the building. But here’s the kicker—ticket holders are allowed to stand on the field directly behind the players!

Suites

The Field Level suites behind the players’ benches are arguably the best seats in the house! They are available on the home side (9A–23) or the visitors’ side (1–8, 24–31), and they generally offer enclosed rooms with lounge seating, bars, HDTV screens, and private restrooms.

Touchdown Suites behind each end zone not only get guests as close as can be to scoring plays but also let them watch from oversized leather lounge chairs. They are propped on enclosed platforms with kitchens and private restrooms. 

Silver Suites sit above the Mezzanine Level on the north and south sides. They run from section 401 through section 488 and provide ticket holders with awesome sightlines of the sidelines. These suites often include options for indoor and outdoor seating, as well as bars, HDTV screens, private restrooms, and VIP Parking.

Hall of Fame Suites are behind the main level and wrap around the arena, with the exception of the south side (sections 107–114), where the area has been used to accommodate Owner’s Club Suites. Both customarily include standard suite benefits like social areas and service upgrades.

Ring of Honor Suites are on the north and south sides of the venue in sections 501-512 and 521–592. Even higher are the Star Level Suites, which comprise sections 601–608 and 659–668. They have birds-eye sideline views and offer indoor or outdoor seating, HDTV screens, private restrooms, and more.

Accessibility Options

AT&T Stadium has designated seating, elevators, and amenities to ensure that all fans enjoy the game. Wheelchair-accessible platforms with unobstructed sightlines are located on all levels, and relocation requests are often honored but not guaranteed.

Pick-up and drop-off zones exist on the north side off Randol Mill Road in Lot 1 and on the south side off Cowboys Way in Lot 6. Additionally, shuttle service from the Cowboys parking lots is provided for guests with disabilities and mobility limitations.

Parking & Alternative Transportation

With multiple lots in the area, ample parking spaces should be available within walking distance. To be safe, you should still plan ahead, and take advantage of the option to book parking at the time of your purchase.

If parking sounds like a hassle or you’d simply prefer public transportation, the DART system is a convenient way to reach the facility. There’s a dedicated transit station right next to the building, and passengers can use DART's light rail and bus services to get to the station from various locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Cowboys Tailgating & Game Day Traditions

On game days in Dallas, the entertainment starts well before the first snap. The fanbase is known for its tailgating rituals, creating a sea of navy and silver around the stadium. People arrive early, ready for a feast that features Texas barbecue and traditional football snacks. There’s no shortage of Texas-sized beverages either!

Banners and flags fly high, and vehicles are decked out in elaborate decor. Faces painted with the signature star in the team’s colors are everywhere, and friends are often made over lively discussions about the big plays or the latest prospects.

Partygoers participate in spirited cornhole tournaments that sometimes go back years, with bragging rights at stake for the day’s winner. Country music blares in the background while fans dance and shake off some of those pre-game nerves.

Inside the arena, cheers echo through the stands. When the ‘Boys score, the crowd celebrates as a signature song by The Burning of Rome plays over the loudspeakers. The energy is infectious, and you can feel it too if you buy your Cowboys tickets today!