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Up to 90,000 fans have been known to cram into this massive college football celebration in Texas, and now Vivid Seats has Cotton Bowl tickets for this proud January tradition. In its 75+ year history, the Cotton Bowl Classic has featured nearly every big-time NCAA program, and now the game can call the sprawling AT&T Stadium its home. With this state-of-the-art facility as the setting, Cotton Bowl tickets 2023 will again be met with fervent demand.
Luckily, Vivid Seats offers an array of seats throughout stadium so you can find the spot you truly desire. While a game of this magnitude is best enjoyed up-close or in a skybox, cheap Cotton Bowl tickets can also be located for those on a budget. Simply browse the Cotton Bowl seating chart and use filters to find the perfect seats in AT&T Stadium. There are plenty of online ticket marketplaces out there, but Vivid Seats sets itself apart with the most considerate customer service around. We'll work with you each step of the way until you're satisfied with the order. Our friendly staff is always ready to help, and can be reached conveniently via our live chat. We know how important these Cotton Bowl football tickets are, and want to ensure that you maximize your experience at the stadium.
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The Cotton Bowl is played at AT&T Stadium in Dallas. In addition to hosting the Cotton Bowl, this serves as home for the Dallas Cowboys.
Cotton Bowl tickets are usually alloted to both participating teams, for distribution to their booster clubs. Cotton Bowl tickets for 2023 are also available at Vivid Seats.
The Cotton Bowl is a top NCAA bowl game and tickets are usually in high demand. However, the matchup is a big factor in whether the game is a sellout. In years where the Cotton Bowl is part of the College Football Playoff, it will almost certainly be fully packed!
Beer will be available at the Cotton Bowl. Some conference championship games and regular season games restrict alcohol sales, but the Cotton Bowl will serve beer. Wine and spirits may also be available.
Most bottles and other items that can be thrown onto the field are forbidden at the Cotton Bowl. Usually, the Cotton Bowl allows one 16.9 ounce, factory-sealed bottle of regular water but it's always best to check before you go.
The best way to watch the Cotton Bowl is, of course, to be there in person. If you can't make it to the game, you can watch the Cotton Bowl on ESPN at 1 p.m. EST.