The Dallas Cowboys are America's Team, and they have a stadium that reflects that. Want to come out and support the Cowboys in 2015? Then AT&T Stadium tickets are a must-have.
A Dallas Cowboys ticket gets you inside what is colloquially referred to as JerryWorld, in reference to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. AT&T Stadium stands as a veritable temple to the sport of football. Sleek architectural design, a six-figure standing room capacity (105,000+ for a game in 2009), and the largest video screen you've ever seen. The last item is kind of a famous calling card of the stadium. It stretches from one 20-yard line to the other, and is so massive that punters have occasionally brushed it with their kicks mid-game.
AT&T Stadium is such a great venue that it has become one of the most in-demand places in sports. In addition to Cowboys games the stadium has also hosted a Super Bowl, NCAA football and basketball championships, plenty of high school sporting events, and even a Wrestlemania.
Befitting a stadium named after a telecommunications giant, AT&T Stadium bills itself as one of the most technologically deft and interactive buildings in the NFL. Fans are graced with faster-than-average wifi speeds, interactive digital seat displays, and a mobile app that allows fans to upload their photos onto the stadiums own screens. It all serves to make AT&T Stadium one of the most personalized fan experiences going.
Lastly, the Cowboys also pride themselves on offering the best pregame and postgame atmosphere available. AT&T Stadium tickets also gets you into the Miller Lite corral, an entertainment complex adjacent to the stadium that features 8000-square feet of shaded TV screens, concession, a DJ booth, and a live music stage. Those famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders are known to make an appearance or two as well.