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Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas

900 E Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, Texas

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Submitted by: Kevin D.

Amazing beautiful stadium. Tour was with with infant children they made our life miserable. I wou...

Submitted by: Jonathan E.

I love being a Packer fan!!!  I couldn't have imagined a better place to watch the Super Bowl than here...wait, Green Bay! Jerry, you have entirely too much money.  If you ever need to get rid of some, I will write you Yelp reviews for the rest of your life! The stadium is the biggest I have ever seen.  It is extremely elegant and impressive!  Words can't even describe the monstrosity that is Cowboy's Stadium.  Just go there. The inside is spiffy and new.  I didn't watch the game inside, as peons only got to watch from the Party Plaza, but I did get a chance to blow a bunch of money on Championship gear. They had a great set-up for us outside.  Tablecloths in February?  Heat lamps in TX?  Strange, but necess...

Submitted by: Jennifer S.

I was a long time hold-out on The Boss Hog Bowl.  I mean, I just hate going to Arlington.  And the prices that I had heard about were just so arrogant.  I had decided that my days of going to Cowboys games were over.   Well, I was taken by a family member last weekend.  The place is awe inspiring.  A singular experience and one of the wonders of the world.  Now I may be given to hyperbole on occasion but this time I'm not guilty.   I wasn't that distracted by the board.  But it does take some effort.  Sight lines were good. The sheer size of the place is incredible.  And it is clear that no expense was spared.  Every finish and flourish on every surface, wall, etc is top notch, and beautiful.  I think that i...

Submitted by: Lauren L.

This review is only for the VIP stadium tour. I am a football fan, but in Texas the word fan takes on new meaning. Texans put football in front of many other aspects of their lives. I was standing in line and literally heard someone say, "We're about to breathe the same air as Jerry Jones"! REALLY? Get a grip. You start and end the tour at the Pro Shop that houses every item you could imagine that is related to the cowboys. Our tour guide Mike was knowledgeable, friendly and had great comedic timing. His booming voice provided us all with interesting facts and stats about the new stadium. The most impressive part of the tour was the $40 million HD TV screen hanging from the ceiling. This screen ensures that ...

Submitted by: Andrew T.

A little torn on this stadium.  I have been to two events here, both being basketball games.  First, the UNC v Texas game (And uh hells yea we won.)  Then the NBA All-Star game (And uh hells yea we won. (Yea...I was going for both teams...)) So take this review as watching basketball only.  HAVE NOT SEEN A FOOTBALL GAME HERE.  BUT LOOKING FORWARD TO A CELINE DEION CONCERT. On the one hand, this is the awesommist most awesome stadium I have ever seen in my most awesome life.  It's ridiculously beautiful.  If I had a child, I would want it to look like this stadium.  (I have been to about 10 sports arenas in my life.)  This place is definitely easy to get to.  And it's nearby a lot of restaurants that are easi...

Submitted by: Aimee Z.

This place was designed with the Roloff family in mind.  I have been twice and both times I had to either sit sideways in the seat so that my legs had a place to go or poke the person in front of me in the back of the head with my knees.  At 5'9" and the shortest person in my family... we had a hard time sitting thru Paul McCartney or the Baylor vs Texas Tech football game because there was not enough room for my 36" inseam between my seat and the seat in front of me. All in the name of money, right Jerry?  The less leg room, the more seats.  The more seats the more tickets.  The more tickets the more hamburgers sold... all of the above lands more money in the huge bank account known as JerryWorld. The "secu...

Submitted by: Greg D.

This stadium is unsafe and should not be open to the public.  The 400 level has stairs so narrow that someone with a size 12 and up foot can not use them with having to step on them sideways.  There are also no anti-slip materials on the steps so when they get beer soaked they are a fatality waiting to happen.  The rails to prevent people from falling off the top level are not high enough.   The space between the seats is so narrow that when someone has to get out, everyone else has to stand up and I saw several people lose their balance and fall on the people in front of them.   I am predicting RIGHT NOW, October 13, someone is going to die by falling from the 400 levels, and the stadium will be aware of th...


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