AT&T Stadium parking: Prices, hours and rules for the game Cowboys vs Eagles aldia-dallas-horiz TDMN

For the season opener at their stadium, the Dallas Cowboys expect 80,000 fans to flock to AT&T Stadium for Monday night's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Fans showing up for the game that starts at 7:15 pm should take into consideration the following

- The parking lot opens at 4:00 pm

- Barbecues may be held prior to the event in certain marked areas within lots 4 to 15.

The cost of parking starts at $72 and depending on the area the rate reaches up to $320. These prices are if purchased in advance at

The doors to enter the interior of the stadium will open at 5 pm

All purchases inside the stadium must be made with a credit or debit card, cash transactions are not accepted.

- All purses, bags or containers larger than a small handbag.

- Backpacks

- Binoculars case: binoculars can be worn around the neck

- Briefcases

- Camera bags

- Computer bags


- Coolers

- Luggage of any kind

- seat cushions

The entry of any type of beverage, including bottled water, is also prohibited. Food cannot be brought into the stadium.

You can enter the stadium with:

- Clear plastic bags not to exceed 12″x6″x12″

- Flags without poles can enter

Tailgaiting spaces are for vehicles only.

Each vehicle must have a valid parking permit.

Tailgating is defined as placing any item on the ground (chairs, coolers, grills, games, etc.).

Tailgating is only permitted on the grassy areas on the perimeter of the parking lots.

The maximum area any tailgate space can occupy is nine feet wide and 12 feet deep.

Tailgating must be limited to the designated area.

Tailgating is not permitted in Lot 3, portions of Lot 5, Lot 8 and Lot 9.

Tailgating for Cowboy games is allowed in lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15.

Tailgating is allowed from the time the lots open and up to two hours after the game ends.

Dispose of garbage in the appropriate receptacles.

Charcoal must be disposed of in designated charcoal bins located throughout the lots.

Don't dump charcoal or store stoves on lawns, parking areas, under or around vehicles.

Deep fryers or any oil-based frying items.

Open flame fires of any kind.

Sale of food, drinks, merchandise of any kind.

Advertising or promotion of third party products (including, but not limited to, food and beverage products)

Amplified sound systems or the use of radios/audio devices at high levels.

Cooking with charcoal or gas is allowed.

It is important to arrive early to get one of the designated spaces.