Cowboys Celebrate 10 Years at AT&T Stadium

When Jerry Jones opened AT&T Stadium in 2008, he knew he was planning big things with the state of the art stadium. With the ability to seat over 100,000 fans per game, the silver domed stadium has become a bucket list destination for sports fans regardless of their team affiliation. Home of the Cowboys, AT&T Stadium has played host to the NBA All-Star Game, Super Bowl XLV, The National College Championship, boxing and more.

 

For Cowboys fans, AT&T Stadium is the ultimate destination for a family outing, vacation, or even corporate event. Over ten levels of seating options fit fans on game day, including six different kinds of Dallas Cowboys Suites. For fans seeking a unique experience at a discount cost, snag a Park Pass standing room only ticket and enjoy the game from one of 4 open party areas. When the stadium opens their floor to roof windows, party pass guests enjoy a cool breeze sweeping through the stadium, making the most of a domed field experience while enjoying the atmosphere of being outside.   


As the Cowboys are set to kick off a decade at Jerry World, here’s what we’re looking forward to:

 

A Strong Defense

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Throughout the preseason the first team defense put up a solid fight, even without defensive leader Sean Lee who sat out to avoid any danger of injuries.

 

Ezekiel Elliott back on the field

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After serving a six-game suspension in 2017 Elliotts time off the field likely cost the team their chance at a playoff. Elliott led the league as a rookie with 1,631 yards and missing most of the season still put up another 983 yards last year.

 

Changing of the Offensive Guard

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2018 marks the first year that the key offensive exodus has come to an end. Without Romo, Bryant or Witten bringing an old-school Cowboys offensive mentality to the field Prescott is ripe for invigorating the team and offering much needed fresh leadership.
Off the field, Jerry Jones is pulling out all the stops for the decade-old stadium, including bucking the trend of electronic-only ticketing and providing high-end hard paper Cowboys tickets for suite guests. We’re excited to see what other fun treats Jones’ is hiding for this season!

 

This post was written by presenting sponsor SuiteHop.

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