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.