About the Cotton Bowl
The Cotton Bowl, or Cotton Bowl Classic, is an American college football bowl game played in Arlington, Texas. The Cotton Bowl first took place in 1937, making it the fourth oldest college bowl game in history. The Cotton Bowl was played in its namesake stadium in Dallas until 2010, when it moved to AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys. The Cotton Bowl is currently sponsored by Goodyear and is officially called the Goodyear Cotton Bowl.
Cotton Bowl Suites
AT&T Stadium includes 380 luxury suites for the Cotton Bowl. Cotton Bowl suites at AT&T Stadium will vary in price based on the size and location of the Cotton Bowl luxury box. Many of these VIP seating areas and private luxury boxes are available only through annual or multi-year leases; others can be booked exclusively for the Cotton Bowl.
Cotton Bowl Suite tickets are often comparably priced to seats in the club sections or other desirable areas at AT&T Stadium. In addition to climate-controlled comfort, multiple seating options, and great views of the action, many fans choose Cotton Bowl Suites to gain access to VIP parking passes, premium catering, in-suite concierge service, and a host of other amenities.