Dallas Cowboys Stadium has 15 different numbered parking lots with a total of 12,000 parking spaces.
If you wish to park at the Dallas Cowboys stadium on game day, you will need a valid season parking pass. Season parking passes cost between $600 and $750, depending on the location. However, you can only purchase a season parking pass if you are also a season ticket holder.
You cannot purchase individual game parking passes directly from the Cowboys Ticket Office. To do so, you will need to purchase a pass from a season ticket holder on either StubHub or NFL Ticket Exchange. Individual game passes typically cost between $60 and $75, depending on lot location. As a general rule of thumb, the closer you park, the more you’ll pay.
A season parking pass is only good for its corresponding designated lot. If you wish to park near a friend, you will both need to arrive at the same time and hold passes for the same lot. You cannot save a space for someone else, even if they have a pass for a space in your lot.
Each lot contains handicap accessible parking spaces. To use these spaces, you will need a valid, state-issued disabilities placard or license plate. Shuttle service to the stadium is also available near the A, D, G and J stadium entrances. This service is available for any guest with disabilities and one companion.
Bus parking is available in Lot 15. RV and oversized parking is available in Lot 14.
You can buy one parking pass for up to every 4 season tickets purchased. For example, if you have one season ticket, you can purchase one pass. If you have 4 season tickets, you can purchase one pass. You must purchase at least 5 tickets to be able to purchase 2 passes.
If you purchase reserve seating, you can take advantage of the many private parking options near Cowboys Stadium, including the Texas Rangers Ballpark lots. There are also an additional 12,000 spaces available in lettered lots at the Texas Rangers Ballpark.
On game day, visit DallasCowboysMaps.com for a customized route from your home to your designated parking area. These directions and personalized route maps are generally more effective than GPS navigation systems, because take into account current road and traffic conditions, ensuring you are parked and in your seat before the first snap.
And even if you don’t score a parking pass to the stadium (or don’t want to shell out $60+ for one game), there are still other options. Visit the Lincoln Square shops and restaurants, spend $40 and park for free during the game (just display the ticket on your dashboard). This is a great deal if you want to get a brunch or a snack before the game.
You can also park at First United Methodist Church for $30. You’ll receive a free breakfast and a shuttle ride to the stadium, and your parking ticket purchase will help benefit the church’s ministry.
If you are going to Cowboys stadium for a concert or other event, the parking lots typically open 2 hours before the event. Parking for these events is on a first-come, first-serve basis with the closest spaces reserved for premium event ticket holders. For more information about parking at special events, contact the event promoter from whom you purchased the tickets.