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Suites at AT&T Stadium

Field Level Suite
Private luxury suite at field level. Includes stadium seat access above the suite on the 100 level, VIP parking, private restroom,... MORE
Hall of Fame Suite
The most in-demand suite level at Cowboys Stadium. A Hall of Fame suite includes interior and exterior seating, HDTV's, bar/kitchen... MORE
Silver Level Suite
A Silver level suite at AT&T Stadium includes 18-20 tickets with an option to have up to 30 people in the suite. You will also receive... MORE
Ring of Honor Suite
A Ring of Honor suite includes 18 tickets with an option to purchase up to 12 additional tickets. With this Cowboys suite you will... MORE
Star Level Suite
A Star suite includes 18 tickets with an option to purchase up to 10 additional tickets. With this Cowboys suite you will received 4... MORE
Touchdown Suite
Touchdown suites are located at the end zones. They include VIP parking, private restroom, HDTV's, access to the DraftKing Club where... MORE
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Dallas Cowboys Suite Prices

How much do Dallas Cowboys suites cost?
Prices typically range from $14,000-$24,000 for Dallas Cowboys suites. Prices vary based on day of game, opponent, and the location of the suite in AT&T Stadium. Luxury suite prices for concerts and other events at AT&T Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

Dallas Cowboys Spotlight

The Dallas Cowboys shined in 2014 finishing with a 12-4 overall record. The Cowboys won the NFC East, guaranteeing the team a playoff spot for the first time since 2009. This came after three straight years finishing 8-8. The Cowboys were the NFL’s toughest road team finishing the regular season 8-0 on the road. They lost half of their games at home at AT&T Stadium. They did beat the Detroit Lions at home in the Wild Card round. The Cowboys advanced to the Divisional Playoffs, however, the Green Bay Packers defeated the Cowboys.

The team had multiple MVP candidates including Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray. Romo who battled injuries throughout the year proved he’s the heart and soul of this Cowboys squad. Murray showed the league what he can do when healthy finishing with over 1,800 yards on the ground and 13 touchdowns. Although the Cowboys weren't able to work a deal out with Murray in the offseason and Murray ended up signing with their NFC East division rival, Philadelphia Eagles. Murray will be missed but the Cowboys have signed former Raider Darren McFadden to step in and replace Murray. McFadden and Joseph Randle will compete for the starting running back job. Dez Bryant grabbed 16 touchdown passes, the most of his career for a single season. After much criticism, head coach Jason Garrett turned this team around. Garrett let his offense loose in 2014. The Cowboys finished in the top 5 in scoring and top 7 in total yards.

Jerry Jones will be busy this offseason trying to work out new deals with his biggest stars, Bryant and Murray. In 2015, the Cowboys will face one of the toughest home schedules in the league. Coming to AT&T Stadium this year will be the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, New York Jets, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins.

AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, is one of the most sought after venues in the entire world to spectate any event. With the world’s largest high definition screen, and the NFL’s first stadium to allow fans close access to the players, AT&T Stadium is the place to be. AT&T Stadium is equipped with five different levels of luxury suites: Field level suites, Hall of Fame Level suites, Silver Level suites, Ring of Honor Level suites, and Star Level suites. Suites include: 20-30 tickets, 5-10 VIP parking passes, 10 standing room passes (optional), exclusive access to stadium and stadium clubs, private restroom, in-suite catering (optional), bar and kitchen area, premium seating and HDTV’s. A Cowboys suite at AT&T Stadium provides fans with the ultimate experience at “Jerry World.”

AT&T Stadium Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers all over the world to plan corporate and personal events at AT&T Stadium and many other stadiums. In this section we’ve compiled the key considerations when planning an event at AT&T Stadium.


There are a number of sizes and configurations for suites at AT&T Stadium. The smallest suites at AT&T Stadium have 12 fixed seats and 6 bar stools, and have the option to purchase up to 12 additional standing-room only (SRO) tickets for a maximum capacity of 30 guests. The largest suites have 28 field-facing fixed seats and can max out at a 40 person capacity including the SRO tickets. The most common layout for a suite at AT&T Stadium is 12 fixed seats facing the field and 6 high-top barstools also facing the field (with a counter-top where guests can place food and drinks). There is additional interior seating in the suite that usually seats an additional 4 to 6 guests. You typically have the option to purchase at least 10 SRO passes to supplement the fixed seats.


There is a wide range in suite cost at AT&T Stadium. Third-party events such as the Supercross can start as low as $5,000 per suite, while a good suite location for the highest demand Cowboys games can be priced above $30,000 per game. Suite Experience Group can help you determine which events will fit into your budget.


In-suite catering is available in all suites at AT&T Stadium. The menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Legends Catering. Most suites at AT&T Stadium do not include catering in the base price of the suite, so be sure to allocate additional funds if you would like to have your suite catered. The average Suite Experience Group client at AT&T Stadium spends between $1,500 and $2,000 on in-suite catering. The bill can go even higher depending on the group size and the amount of alcohol consumed. Suite Experience Group will provide an AT&T Stadium catering menu and can advise on the appropriate budget and catering order for your group.


There are a number of different stadium clubs at AT&T Stadium. Depending on which suite you purchase, you will have access to at least two clubs (and sometimes more). Here is a breakdown of who can access each club and what the amenities are in those clubs:

Star Club – this is the largest of the stadium clubs and it is centrally located on the main level, separating the party decks, and is accessible to all suite ticket holders and many club seat holders. Food and drinks in this club must be purchased unless you have an all-inclusive club seat ticket, in which case, you gain admission to a special ‘all you can eat’ area within the club.

American Airlines Silver Club and Sony Silver Club – located on the silver suite level, these clubs are accessible by suite ticket holders on the Silver Level, Ring of Honor Level, and Star Level. You have to purchase your own food and drinks in this club.

Legends Hall of Fame Club – located on the north side of the Hall of Fame suite level, this is one of the most exclusive clubs at AT&T Stadium. Only certain Hall of Fame suite owners have access. The club has striking décor, but the highlight is the all-inclusive food and beverage offering, including beer and wine. If you have a Hall of Fame suite ticket with Legends Club access, you can eat in the club, or bring the food and drinks back to your suite.

Owner’s Club – Located on the Hall of Fame Level, there are only a handful of “Owner’s Suites” that provide access to the Owner’s Club. Like the Legends Club, this club is heavily guarded by security and provides all you can eat food and drink for the lucky few who gain admittance. Once inside, if you’re lucky, you might even get a sighting of team owner Jerry Jones.  

Draft Kings Club (formerly Miller Lite Club) – the most unique club at AT&T Stadium is located at field level and allows you to stand just a few feet away as the players enter and exit the field. This club is accessible to only Field Suite ticket holders. Food and drink is available for purchase.

There are also a few smaller lounges on the Silver Level, including the Patron Platinum Lounge and Dee Lincoln’s Tasting Room & Bubble Bar. The Platinum Lounge even includes an outdoor patio where you can get some fresh air after a big play.

When you purchase a suite, the best lounge of all is always the privacy of your own luxury suite. However, it’s an added bonus to have access to other parts of the stadium, often populated by movers and shakers from Dallas and beyond.


There is limited space for meetings and conferences on game day. Some guests choose to give a short presentation in their suite before the game. You can connect a laptop to the TVs in the suite via HDMI cable.


There is no right answer here, and it ultimately boils down to what others in your group will be wearing. If it’s a corporate event, many guests will likely be dressed in business casual attire. However, it’s not uncommon for guests to wear jerseys of their favorite player, jeans, or even shorts on a hot day. The luxury suites at AT&T Stadium are climate controlled and have a coat closet for storage.


The NFL has implemented a policy that patrons must bring all their items in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." Read the full policy here.


Suites at AT&T Stadium come with VIP Parking passes. You can follow the directions on those passes to identify the best entrance for your particular suite. Larger groups wishing to travel to the stadium together often opt for a bus. Bus parking and dropoff logistics can be coordinated directly with the bus company.


Parking lots typically open 4 hours in advance of a Cowboys game and the doors of the stadium open 2 hours before kick-off. This is generally the case for other events at AT&T Stadium as well.


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Planning an Event?

If you're planning a corporate event, party, family reunion, or any other event, see our AT&T Stadium Event Planning Guide at the bottom of this page for information and suggestions. Also let us know about your event needs and goals when you contact us and our experienced staff will be more than happy to help.

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