How Do I Purchase My Dallas AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic Game 2013 Tickets?
- Order tickets on-line through our secure servers. Simply click on the link above to select the 2013 Cotton Bowl Game tickets of your choice.
- Purchase your tickets over the phone.
Tip: We recommend ordering your tickets as early as possible due to their high demand.
How Will I Receive My Tickets to the 2013 Cotton Bowl?
All of our NCAA Cotton Bowl Game tickets are either shipped via Federal Express or are available for pick-up at one of our many affiliate offices nationwide. Please note that we do not deliver on Saturday unless specially requested at the time your purchase is made. Saturday deliveries carry an extra charge.
Tip: Ordering your tickets early increases your chances of obtaining the AT&T Cotton Bowl Game seats of your choice!
Yes, We Will Buy Your Cotton Bowl Tickets!
Along with offering the largest inventory of College Bowl Game tickets, we also purchase your tickets too. No matter where you are located, we pay top dollar for your Cotton Bowl Game tickets. Please e-mail us with the location of your Tickets, or call us and speak with a Rep about your Tickets today.
Dallas Cowboys New Stadium Seating Chart:
The Cotton Bowl Stadium seats 80,000, with the potential for an additional 20,000 expandable seats. It also includes an astounding15,000 club level seats, as well as 200 suites across five different levels. With this much of a capacity, there are seats for every fan! Contact us for your Cotton Bowl tickets today.
Dallas Cowboys New Stadium Address:
Arlington , TX
Cotton Bowl Classic Game Parking:
The new Dallas Cowboys Stadium will have 30,000 parking spaces available in and around the stadium to accommodate Cotton Bowl fans!
Cotton Bowl Game History:
Since 1937 the Cotton Bowl Classic has been played every year on either the first or the second day of the New Year. The first game ever took place between Texas Christian University Horned Frogs and Marquette. Texas won 16-6 before a crowd of 17,000. It used to be that the best team from the now defunct Southwest Conference would play a highly rated team from either an independent college, such as Notre Dame, or a highly rated team from other conferences. When the SWC ended in 1996, most of the teams were divided into the Big 8 Conference and Big 12 Conference and Western Athletic Conference. Since then the Cotton Bowl has still considered the same grouping of schools for its annual Classic Game, as well as the usual fare of independent schools.
Dallas Cowboys New Stadium Background and Information:
The original Cotton Bowl Stadium was built in 1932 in Dallas , Texas and for seventy years served well as the host of the NCAA Cotton Bowl Classic. However, in 2011 for the first time since the Cotton Bowl became a popular college event, the AT &T Cotton Bowl will be moving homes into the brand new Dallas Cowboys Stadium.
This incredible stadium has cost to date over $1 billion. It is a staggering 2.3 miles in square footage, and includes a 660 foot high domed and retractable roof, as well as the worlds tallest moveable glass wall in the world that serves as a retractable door. It also has two 35 feet by 15 feet wide arches that are almost a fourth of a mile in width apart, making the roof the longest roof in the world.
Get your tickets to this incredible, record-making stadium for the 2013 Cotton Bowl event!
What Are Our Clients Saying?
“I can't wait to go to the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium! I went to the newly renovated Cotton Bowl for the Cotton Bowl Classic last year and watched Ole Miss beat Texas Tech 47 to 34. It was so exciting! You guys recommended the best seats. I had a great time!!”
Todd Reese – Arlington , TX