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Set to meet during the regular season for the fifth time in six seasons, the Dallas Cowboys will host the New Orleans Saints in primetime at AT&T Stadium on Sunday night, Sept. 28. The Saints last made the trip to Arlington in 2012 and have prevailed in eight of their last nine clashes with the Cowboys and will enter the contest with a three-game winning streak versus Dallas. Meanwhile, the Cowboys' most recent win came in New Orleans in 2009, though the last home win over the Saints was back in 1991.
AT&T Stadium Seating Information
Take advantage of some of the best seats inside AT&T Stadium by checking out listings for the Field and Touchdown Suites located in front of the 100 Level and encircling the playing field. More traditional stadium-style seating can be found throughout the rest of the spacious venue including in the Hall of Fame and Club Hall of Fame (100 Level), Main and Club Main (200 Level), Mezzanine and Club Mezzanine (300 Level), and Upper Reserved (400 Level). In some cases, standing room only may also be a possibility. Look through the listings on this page for the full selection for sale for the Cowboys-Saints game on Sept. 28.
AT&T Stadium General Information
In accordance with NFL guidelines, certain types of bags, backpacks, purses, and coolers are not allowed inside AT&T Stadium, but you may bring league-approved bags including clear totes, one-gallon plastic freezer bags, and clutch purses. Personal cameras are generally permitted, but be aware that tripods, recording devices, and cameras with lenses greater than 3 inches in length are prohibited.
AT&T Stadium Parking Information
Approximately 12,000 on-site parking spaces are typically available in numbered lots surrounding the stadium, though be advised that with a Texas Rangers game taking place in the afternoon at the nearby Globe Life Park in Arlington, traffic in the surrounding area may be congested at times. Parking passes may be purchased from the marketplace in advance of the Cowboys-Saints game for a certain lot number. Be sure to read any special "Notes" included by the seller for more information.
AT&T Stadium Gate Times
AT&T Stadium gates generally open two hours in advance of games, but times may vary for this Sunday night matchup on Sept. 28.