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Review of AT&T Stadium

AT&T Stadium
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3-Hour Small-Group Dallas Cowboys Stadium Tour
Ranked #1 of 47 things to do in Arlington
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Owner description: Take a tour of the home of the Dallas Cowboys (American) football team.
Reviewed November 25, 2013

My husband took our 8yr old grandson for the tour and they had a great time. My husband is a major Cowboy fan and we are also residents of Arlington so we are quite proud that this stadium is in our hometown. I attended a charity fund raiser at the stadium and it was all set up on the field - so much fun. A must see!

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Reviewed November 25, 2013

This is an extraordinarily impressive stadium, and, as a Cowboys season ticket holder, I am constantly amazed to meet people from all over the country...and the world...who come to see a football game here.

First, parking on the stadium grounds or on nearby parking lots owned by local businesses is quite pricey, topping out at $70. Our season game tickets cost $79.50 each. We choose to park in a church parking lot and take the shuttle to the stadium for $30.

Secondly, once you make your way into the stadium, be prepared to spend a lot for concessions. Large sodas are $6, refillable popcorn bucket (quart-sizes) is $10, nachos are upwards of $9...I haven't ventured into buying sandwiches, hot dogs, or anything pricier than $10. The nachos were good, though.

Thirdly, once you get to your seat, you will be awestruck be the enormity of that massive jumbotron. It's like having a humongous hi def flat screen TV right in front of you, you might forget to look at the field. It's quite breathtaking!

If you get a chance to go, you should. The experience is truly that...an EXPERIENCE!

Thank Joanne T
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Reviewed November 25, 2013 via mobile

Even from the parking lot outside of the stadium, it is obviously an over the top structure. From the moment you walk in, you feel spoiled!! It is Dallas Cowboys meet Las Vegas. And it is expensive!!

This will not be everyone's idea of the perfect football experience....but it is definitely fun whether you go for a high school playoff game or a professional game!

Thank aledo99
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

Attended this game visiting from the UK. Stadium is unbelievable - absolutely huge and atmosphere electric. Huge screens above field mean you don't miss anything. Lots of food and drink, prices a bit high but not unexpected.

Thank Russell E
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Reviewed November 25, 2013

We were going to see a semi-pro game in AT&T Stadium so it was the perfect opportunity to tour the stadium. They asked whether we wanted the self-guided tour that came with our ticket to the game or the VIP tour. Being a lifelong Cowboy fan, I told my husband I wanted to do the VIP tour (he's a football fan so he didn't argue). Because there were games going on and we did not have field access, they discounted our tickets from the usual $27.50/person to $17.50/person.
We began our tour promptly at tour time and it lasted a full 2 hours. The tour guide was friendly and very informative and frequently asked if we had any questions. The tour included Jerry Jones personal box, luxury suites, Cowboys locker room, Cheerleaders locker room, the tunnel onto the field, numerous pieces of the art work, the press box, and the press room. We were able to take pictures anywhere we wanted (just no video, per NFL guidelines) and the tour guide frequently stopped for us to do so. We were amazed at how many of the areas looked like a 4 star hotel instead of a stadium.
The huge jumbotron screen was truly amazing - no wonder since they spent more on the screen than the cost to build Texas stadium (the old Cowboy stadium). There are over 3200 flat screen tvs throughout the building so the only place you can't see the game is in the elevator or in the bathroom.
When we stayed to watch the games we were in comfortable padded seats with arm rests with individual cup holders and plenty of leg room. The bathrooms were clean and nice. The top of the building was closed since it was November and rainy so the temperature was very nice and we didn't need to wear coats throughout the tour or during the game.
Fun place to visit!

Thank diepenlj
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