Football memorabilia spruce up mantels, spark conversations at parties, and give devoted fans a socially acceptable excuse to frame used mouth guards. Cherish some hard-hitting valuables with today’s Groupon to B4 the Bowl! Dallas Cowboys Legends Festival and Cook Off at Eddie Deen’s Ranch, presented by Sportz Partnerz, noon–9 p.m. on Saturday, February 4. Choose from the following options:
- For $15, you get two passes to the event, plus access to an all-you-can-eat buffet (up to a $30 value).
- For $28, you get four passes to the event, plus access to an all-you-can-eat buffet (up to a $60 value).
- For $36, you get six passes to the event, plus access to an all-you-can-eat buffet (up to a $90 value).</p>
The B4 the Bowl! Dallas Cowboys Legends Festival and Cook Off lures multiple generations of football fans to Eddie Deen’s Ranch for an all-day showcase of everything Cowboys. Throughout the nine-hour gridiron gala, such Cowboys legends as Kevin Smith, Chad Hennings, Larry Brown, and Hall of Fame member Mel Renfro will stop in to sign autographs, pose for photos, and deliver a PowerPoint presentation on effective end-zone dance methods. Two 20-foot video screens blitz eyes with larger-than-life highlights, and a memorabilia market gives collectors a chance to stuff their display cases with historic pigskin artifacts. Youngsters can enjoy the lineup of children’s activities in the family area as parents wait for their chance to win hourly door prizes and charity raffles. At 5 p.m., a live band led by former Oakland Raider Joe King encourages guests to dosado with friends or lonesome tackling dummies. Additionally, a buffet fills bellies with all-you-can-eat barbecue sandwiches, hotdogs, candy and drinks.
Gameday Sports Tours
Every Dallas Cowboys fan looks forward to game day, but thanks to Gameday Sports Tours, there's something new to look forward to—game weekend. With the company's travel packages, fans head to Dallas for football-filled weekend vacations that include the hotel, breakfast, and of course, game tickets.
When they're not cheering on the Cowboys on the team's home turf, fans are busy with other football activities, including meeting and greeting pro players, who happily autograph memorabilia, unless it's a blank check. Fans also enjoy pre-game tailgate parties, where Cowboys alumni serve up their own creations, and private group tours of AT&T Stadium.