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Dallas Cowboys Fans Can Bring Mediocre Stadium Food Home With Game Day Meal Kits

AT&T Stadium’s new “homegating” kits bring nachos, corn dog nuggets and more directly to your door

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Dallas Cowboy fans looking to replicate the special experience of eating one’s feelings while watching America’s Team go 8-8 can now do so from the comfort of their own homes.

The Cowboys announced today a new program which will allow football fans to enjoy treats typically available during games at AT&T Stadium from the comfort of their couches.

The AT&T Stadium At Home program will include fan favorites like Mexican Cobb salad, 44 Farms smoked prime rib, Nathan’s Corn Dog Nuggets and more, as well as cocktails, Miller Lite, and snacks like Cowboys Party Mix. According to a press release, the dishes will be available for delivery and pick up in minimum orders that serve 4-6 people, or up to 20 people, perfect for “homegating,” which is apparently a thing now.

This move from AT&T Stadium follows similar delivery packages offered by the Texas Rangers. In August, the Rangers launched a series of kits that include peanuts, Cracker Jacks, and ballpark hot dogs directly to the doors of fans in DFW on game days.

Unlike the NBA, football players do not plan to play in a bubble to prevent the spread of coronavirus. And unlike professional baseball, football teams will allow some fans to attend games in person, depending on state coronavirus guidelines. In Dallas, that means that AT&T Stadium will be limited to 50 percent capacity or less for the team’s first home game on September 20.

In the meantime, orders are being accepted now for the Cowboys’ home opener against the Los Angeles Rams on September 13. No word yet on whether the at-home menu will include the iconic experience of a drunken fan spilling beer all over you when the Cowboys miss yet another extra point.

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