Dallas does it right

4 stars
troysboys AT&T Stadium, Arlington

The game between the Cowboys and the Giants was fantastic! AT&T Stadium is an amazing place, really friendly workers, and lots of fun to go to. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is that it was impossible to see the game with party pass if we weren't in the front row of the viewing areas and fans in the smaller viewing areas on stair landings were not willing to let others in the same area, "saving" places for friends. Hopefully a better system of security can be put in place to allow all fans the same opportunity when they purchase party pass.

Go Cowboys!

5 stars
Awet AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Best team playing in the best venue. Loved every second of it.

Good depending where you sit

4 stars
Themm20 AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Went to a football game & sat in Section 330. (side end zone) Scouted 1 of the "party pass" standing room areas & would not recommend that as you can't see much if you're not in the 1st row of people. Also would not recommend the 400 upper level seats as you are so far away from the field you will wind up watching the game on the big screen. Very restrictive on what you can bring in, so review those guidelines before you go. No outside food/drink allowed which is more a Greed issue than security, Can be quite loud with all the pumped in noise too. Had some pre-game bands playing which was nice.

Dallas Cowboys Party Pass

5 stars
ChassityRo11 AT&T Stadium, Arlington

Party passes are standing tickets. I did notice lounge like couches in a certain section, next to the Cowboys DJ booth. The best thing to do is to get there early, at least 2 hours before the game and stand at the door and wait for the doors to open to get a good view. The atmosphere/fans are great! I would recommend party passes only if you are a true football fan who doesn't mind standing for a extended period of time.

A Day Trip to The Star

5 stars
Ford Center, Frisco

We went to The Ford Center at The Star for the 1st time to attend Cowboys Training Camp. Impressed with the interactive screens at Tostitos Plaza. Enjoyed lunch and craft beer at City Wide Eatery & Pour House. Had fun walking along the Ring of Honor Walk honoring past stars of the Cowboys. It was special to watch the players up close rather than on TV.