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For the first time since 1989, the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles are scheduled to meet on Thanksgiving Day. The 2014 edition will take place on Nov. 27 at AT&T Stadium and the Cowboys will surely be looking to avenge last year's season-ending defeat at home to the Eagles. Prior to the loss, Dallas had won three straight over Philly and overall, has won seven of the last 11 head-to-head clashes. After Thanksgiving, the NFC East rivals will square off again two weeks later in Philadelphia to finish out the series for 2014.
AT&T Stadium Seating Information
The spacious AT&T Stadium has plenty of seating options available for fans interested in attending Cowboys vs Eagles on Thanksgiving Day. The Field and Touchdown Suites are located nearest the field, while the Hall of Fame and Club Hall of Fame make up the next levels with Sections 101-150. The Hall of Fame Suites are subsequently located directly above, making way to the Main and Club Main comprised of Sections 201-250. Sections 301-350 make up the Mezzanine, followed by more suites, and then lastly the Upper Reserved with Sections 401-460. Expect the Cowboys to reside at the sideline near Sections 106-115, while the Eagles will be stationed on the opposite side by Sections 132-139.
AT&T Stadium General Information
Guests are prohibited from bringing outside alcohol, laser pointers, video cameras and professional cameras, and noisemakers. Additionally, in compliance with NFL policy, AT&T Stadium does not allow guests to bring any bags except for clear totes, small clutch bags and clear, one-gallon-sized freezer bags. Be aware that all guests and belongings are subject to search.
AT&T Stadium Parking Information
Ample parking is available both on-site at AT&T Stadium, as well as at the nearby Globe Life Park in Arlington. Note that buses and oversized vehicles are usually directed to park in other pre-determined lots.
AT&T Stadium Gate Times
Though AT&T Stadium gates usually open two hours before kickoff, this may be adjusted for Cowboys vs Eagles with the game falling on Thanksgiving.