Be Careful Going to Dallas Cowboys Games, These Items Are Now Banned
Decided to check out the Dallas Cowboys first preseason game on Saturday and was shocked to find something I have been bringing to the stadium for years is now banned.
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Throughout the years, policies change on what you can and cannot bring into stadiums. A few years ago, a policy went into place where you could no longer bring in purses to AT&T Stadium . There's big signs warning you about this as you walk to the stadium, plus parking lot attendants tend to warn you about these policies. However, this Saturday I became aware of a new policy apparently going into effect in 2023.
Giant Hands Are Now Banned at AT&T Stadium
On Saturday, I went in to the security gate for sections H, I, J at AT&T Stadium. Typical, hat off, remove all metal from your pockets. Same standard procedure for years. However I heard someone say, "Sir you can't bring that in here". I legitimately thought it was directed at someone else and then I got a tap on the shoulder with the same message.
This Item is Sold at AT&T Stadium
I had to explain I purchased this here and have been bringing it for years. Apparently this is deemed a weapon. Anyone reading this, it's basically like any other Hulk hand toy you have ever seen in your life. It's soft and squishy. According to AT&T Stadium, this is now filed under the helmet category for items in the stadium you cannot bring back in.
What was explained to me is that this hulk hand could be used as a weapon. Similar to the helmets you can purchase in the pro shop. You can have the helmet on you for the game, but you cannot bring it back to future games. So Jerry Jones sells these hulk hands so I can wear it in the comfort of my living room? I highly doubt that. Alright AT&T Stadium if hulk hands and helmets are banned than I think we agree with this then.
This Dude Officially BANNED
Alright Cowboys you want to play this game. If hulk hands and helmets are banned for 2023. I better not see this dude at a single home game. He's on the jumbtron every time I go. So he better not be allowed in the building if this is the new policy and to the Dallas Cowboys security who think I won't be bringing back my hulk hand to a future game. I have five words for you.
"FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS!"
I have brought this thing to Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, Jacksonville, San Francisco, and Tampa for Cowboys games. Not ONE stadium has ever given me s*** for it except for some reason my own team. So no Jerry, I won't be leaving this thing at the house. I'll be bringing it in at the next home game. Go Cowboys and fix this dumb policy before the regular season kicks off.