Dallas Cowboys Suites

AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX

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  • Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams

    AT&T Stadium, Arlington TX
    2 Suites Available
    From $21,341 to $30,482
    from $21,341

  • Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins

    AT&T Stadium, Arlington TX
    11 Suites Available
    From $10,250 to $27,775
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Dallas Cowboys Suite Prices and Details

How much do Dallas Cowboys suites cost?

Dallas Cowboys suite rental prices can range from $10,000-$35,000 depending on suite level, suite location, and event date. The least expensive luxury boxes are typically the Star Suites, whereas the most expensive suites are on the Hall of Fame suite level, with the best suite views to the field.

How many guests can fit in a Cowboys suite?

Dallas Cowboys luxury suites can hold between 18 and 40 guests with overflow. Most suites come standard with 18 to 20 suite tickets with an option to add additional standing room passes for a total capacity of 30 guests. The largest suites come with 30 tickets and a max capacity of 40 suite guests.

Suite Levels at AT&T Stadium

Field Level Suite

21 Tickets
40 Capacity
5 Parking

Hall of Fame Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
5 Parking

Silver Level Suite

20 Tickets
30 Capacity
5 Parking

Ring of Honor Suite

18 Tickets
30 Capacity
5 Parking

Star Level Suite

18 Tickets
30 Capacity
5 Parking

Owner's Club Suite

21 Tickets
33 Capacity
4 Parking

Touchdown Suite

20 Tickets
29 Capacity
4 Parking

AT&T Stadium Event Planning Guide

Catering

In-suite catering is available for all suites at AT&T Stadium. The suites catering menu includes a wide range of food and beverage options provided by Legends Catering. Select suites on the Hall of Fame Level come with catering, but most suites will not include food and drink in the base price.

Parking and Transportation

Suites at AT&T Stadium will come with an allotment of parking passes valid for designated VIP lots around the stadium. Buses and RV's can park in Lot 14 with a valid RV pass ($150). AT&T Stadium has two designated passenger drop-off zones at Lot 1 and Lot 6. Parking lots open 5 hours before games.

Budget

There is a wide range in suite cost for events at AT&T Stadium. Suites for Dallas Cowboys (NFL) home games typically cost between $10,000-$35,000 depending on opponent and location. For events like concerts, AMA Supercross, Monster Jam or exhibition soccer, suites pricing starts as low as $5,000.

Club Access

There are 10 private stadium clubs for suite ticket holders at AT&T Stadium. Depending on which suite you purchase, you will have access to two or more club areas. Your suite ticket will provide you with entry into these exclusive stadium clubs. Suite guests often enjoy mingling here before events.

Dress Code

There is no formal dress code for the suite levels at AT&T Stadium. For corporate events, most suite patrons will dress in business casual attire; however, it’s not uncommon for guests to wear casual clothing or team-branded apparel. All luxury boxes at AT&T Stadium are climate-controlled.

Venue Bag Policy

The NFL Clear Bag Policy states that all patrons entering AT&T Stadium must have their belongings in bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12.” Other permissible totes include: one-gallon clear plastic freezer bags (Ziploc bag or similar) and small clutch bags.

Entrances

AT&T Stadium Suite ticket holders gain access to exclusive VIP Entrances located at the A, E, F, and K gates. These gates are well marked and will open 2 hours prior to Dallas Cowboys games, allowing ample time to enjoy the stadium clubs before heading to your luxury suite in advance of the event.

Child Ticket Policy

Children under the age of 1 do not require a separate suite ticket to enter AT&T Stadium. One of the benefits for families in a luxury suite is that it affords young children the flexibility to move around in a private environment inside the suite. Strollers are permitted at AT&T Stadium.

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Cowboys Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The 2019 Dallas Cowboys see the NFC East Division as theirs for the taking. The Cowboys will get a full year out of Amari Cooper who they acquired in a trade with the Raiders last season. Another weapon Dak Prescott will adding to his arsenal is wide receiver, Randall Cobb. Cobb signed via free agency in the offseason. Cowboys fans are also getting back a familiar face in tight end Jason Witten. Witten ended his retirement and is back with the Cowboys. While the receiving corps got an upgrade, it’s Ezekiel Elliot that leads this Cowboys offense. Elliot is a difference maker as a runner and a receiver. Cowboys’ coach Jason Garrett let go Scott Linehan has offensive coordinator and promoted Kellen Moore to take over in 2019.

Jerry Jones has built one of the most recognized venues in all of sports. AT&T Stadium, also known as “Jerry World”, is home to... MORE

Past Spotlights

The Dallas Cowboys are ready to get back in the playoff hunt. To do so, they'll have to get past the Super Bowl champions, Philadelphia Eagles. A full year of Ezekiel Elliott may just make the difference in 2018. Elliott and the Cowboys are glad to put last year’s off the field drama behind them and focus on getting this offense back on track. Dak Prescott has enjoyed success in first two years in the league and now he must lead the Cowboys through a tough NFC East division. In a surprising move, Jerry Jone and the Cowboys released Dez Bryant. Bryant was drafted by the Cowboys and has been one of their biggest stars in recent years. To make up for Bryant's loss, head coach Jason Garrett added to his receiving corps this offseason with free agency signings, Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson. The Cowboys still have Jason Witten to rely on when needed as well. The Cowboys defense is getting better each year and they were able to keep DeMarcus Lawrence who has become one of the NFL's best defensive players. 

Jerry Jones has built one of the most recognized venues in all of sports. AT&T Stadium, also known as “Jerry World”, is home to some of the finest luxury suites in the NFL. From any suite at AT&T Stadium, fans experience first-class amenities all the way. Cowboys’ suites feature private restrooms, theater-style seating, wet bars, HDTVs and dedicated Cowboys suite attendant. Pricing for Cowboys suites are going to vary based on which suite level you are on. There are five different suite levels at AT&T Stadium: Field & Touchdown suites, Hall of Fame level suites, Silver level suites, Ring of Honor level suites and Star level suites. On average, Cowboys suites will include 20 tickets and 5 VIP parking passes. However, most suites will have the option to purchase additional tickets and get up to 30-40 guests in the luxury box. On the Hall of Fame level, there are two exclusive VIP clubs that feature all-inclusive food and beverage: Optum Club & Owner’s Club. Jerry Jones’ suite is in the Owner’s Club on the Hall of Fame level.  

AT&T Stadium will be hosting more than just the Cowboys this year. Fans go see music events like Kenny Chesney, The Eagles, Beyoncé & Jay-Z, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran. College football fans can have the opportunity to get an AT&T Stadium suite for the AdvoCare Classic featuring LSU vs. Miami, Ohio State vs. TCU, Arkansas vs. Texas A&M, the BIG 12 Championship and the Cotton Bowl.

In the 2016-17 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys tied their best regular season record in team history (13-3) and wrote one of the most exciting storylines too, overcoming the preseason injury of starting quarterback Tony Romo. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott took the reigns while Romo recovered and seemed to hit stride almost immediately, eventually cementing his starting quarterback role and being crowned Offensive Rookie of the Year at the end of the season. Fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliot put up a league-leading 1631 rushing yards and was selected as a first-team All-Pro alongside Prescott. Zeke Elliot will once again run behind the best offensive line in the NFL. Former first round draft picks Travis Frederick, Tyron Smith, and Zack Martin all return after Pro Bowl seasons. With Tony Romo out of the picture, Jerry Jones has given Dak Prescott full reign of this team and there is no reason to think he cannot duplicate the success of his rookie season. The Cowboys feature an electric playmaker in wide receiver, Dez Bryant. All-in-all, the Dallas Cowboys boast one of the most powerful offenses in the NFL.

The Cowboys will have some new faces on the defensive side of the ball in 2017. Cornerbacks Mo Claibourne and Brandon Carr were let go in free agency. Instead, the Cowboys will look to the young talent of Bryon Jones, Xavier Woods, and Chidobe Awuzie to lead their secondary. The heart and soul of this defense remains ILB Sean Lee. Rookie Byron Jones showed great promise in the Cowboys' secondary and fans should expect a breakthrough second year. In the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft, the Cowboys selected defensive end Taco Charlton. Charlton is powerful football player who should pay immediate dividends as a pass rusher. 

Coming to AT&T Stadium this year to take on the Cowboys, also known as "America's Team", will be the New York Giants, Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Los Angeles Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and Los Angeles Chargers.

Suites and Special Events: The Cowboys play in one of the world’s most exciting venues, AT&T Stadium, which is also known as “Jerry World”. AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, is one of the most sought after venues in the entire world to see a sporting event or concert.  With the world’s largest high definition screen, and the NFL’s first stadium to allow fans close access to the players through innovative field boxes and field level stadium clubs, AT&T Stadium is the place to be. AT&T Stadium is equipped with six different levels of luxury suites: Field level suites, Touchdown suites, Hall of Fame Level suites, Silver Level suites, Ring of Honor Level suites, and Star Level suites. Suites typically include 20-30 tickets, 5 VIP parking passes, and exclusive access to stadium clubs. In-suite amenities will include a private restroom, premium catering, bar and kitchenette, luxurious seating and HDTV’s. Additional add-ons could include the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders making a stop in your suite for photos and autographs. AT&T Stadium additionally plays host to a number of exciting events in 2017-18, including the Advocare Cowboy Classic (Florida vs. Michigan), Arkansas vs. Texas A&M, Baylor & Texas Tech, Luke Bryan, Metallica, Justin Bieber, the Gold Cup Final and, of course, the Cotton Bowl.