ARLINGTON, Texas — Pandemic or not, AT&T Stadium is about to come alive again. But if you're a fan that's going to avoid games due to COVID-19, the Dallas Cowboys have a novel way to make you feel like you're front row, center.
This week, the team launched AT&T Stadium At Home, an option where if fans order stadium food three days before the game -- it will get delivered to your front door the day before kickoff.
You can also arrange to pick it up.
The organization said it was a way to keep the fan experience alive during the pandemic.
However, the deals are done in bulk catering, so make sure there are a lot of mouths to feed before you order.
Depending on your party size, smaller options like the 'Cowboys Cheesesteak' will cost anywhere from $75 to $150.
It feeds at least four and the price increases as you go up in serving size. It can feed at most 10.
You can also get a quart of Cowboyritas, which is the official margarita for the Cowboys, for $45.
Things get a little pricier with larger packages like the Texas Barbecue Tailgate Package. It starts at $300 for serving 4-6 and goes up to $1,000 for 20 folks.
The grand tamale of them all is the 'Sunday Fun Day Game Day!' tailgate package.
Massive amounts of food y'all.
It's $1,200 for 20 people, but here's everything you get with it pictured below.
A spokesperson for the Cowboys told WFAA that it's no longer taking orders for the Rams game, but is taking orders for the Cardinals game next week.