Travel Packages

Official travel packages from PrimeSport include hotel accommodations, game tickets, access to Club PrimeSport in-stadium hospitality, exclusive pre-game field access plus much more!
One stop travel shop for your trip to the Valero Alamo Bowl!

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Air

American Airlines is the official carrier of the Valero Alamo Bowl. They have arranged a 5% discount off of airfare for fans traveling to the game.

For fare and schedule information and to make your reservations, please visit www.aa.com and refer to promotions code 25D3BD.

There is no ticketing fee for reservations made on www.aa.com. However, a $25 or $35 service charge will be applied to reservations made via the phone or in person at an American Airlines counter, respectively. Discount can be booked for American Airlines and American Eagle flights only.

This discount is valid for travel to San Antonio or Austin, Texas from December 27, 2013 thru January 2, 2014. Travel can originate from any location American Airlines services.

Austin is 65 miles north of San Antonio and is an option to consider for West Coast travelers as American Airlines has three daily non-stops from LAX to Austin.

1-800-433-1790 or http://www.AA.com

Discount Code: 25D3BD

Rental Car

Get great savings with Enterprise, the official rental car company of the Valero Alamo Bowl.

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Hotel

Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk – Pac-12 Team Host Hotel

With a spectacular location directly on the River Walk that overlooks the historic Alamo mission, Hyatt Regency San Antonio offers luxurious accommodations and a full range of modern services and amenities for your comfort and convenience.
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San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter – Big 12 Team Host Hotel

Welcome to the magnificent 38-story River Walk hotel. The San Antonio Rivercenter connects to the city’s premier shopping, dining, and entertainment destination, Rivercenter Mall.
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La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk – Pac-12 Band Host Hotel

Conveniently located in the heart of downtown, the La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Riverwalk is in the middle of all that San Antonio has to offer – the World-famous River Walk and historic Alamo, the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, the Alamodome, Hemisfair Park, Market Square, SeaWorld, Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and the San Antonio Zoo/Brackenridge Park to name a few.
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San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk – Media Host Hotel

Our San Antonio, Texas hotel charmingly captures the vibrant culture and style of San Antonio, welcoming you and ensuring an enchanting stay.
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Grand Hyatt San Antonio – Featured Hotel

Discover the distinctly diverse personality of the Alamo City in grand style. Set along the spectacular River Walk, Grand Hyatt San Antonio is steps from trendy downtown bars, hot clubs, Zagat-rated restaurants and all the sites and attractions that make San Antonio one of the most culturally rich cities in the country.
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Menger Hotel – Featured Hotel

Built in 1859 on the site of the Texas first brewery the Menger ushered in a new era of sophistication and the Teas frontier and more than 150 years of refinements have created a masterpiece of traditional elegance and modern comforts.
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Do It Like A Local

Want to know where to eat, drink and play while you are in San Antonio? The Valero Alamo Bowl staff has your “Do It Like A Local” list of must “do” and “sees” in San Antonio. See some suggestions for must see area attractions, fun nightlife, quirky hangouts and, of course, the best Tex-Mex food in the world.

Acenar
www.acenar.com
Top notch contemporary Mexican food, exotic drinks and view from their patio.
146 E. Houston Street
210-222-2362
Bar Rojo
www.barrojosa.com
Discover a new way to add sizzle to a night out: Bar Rojo.
600 East Market Street
210-224-1234
Big Apple Bagels
www.babcorp.com/SanAntonio_Downtown
Every day at Big Apple Bagels they offer at least 20 varieties of bagels, 11 flavors of cream cheese and an extensive assortment of gourmet muffins, all made from scratch in the store.
300 E. Houston Street
210-227-2227
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
www.buckhornmuseum.com
Established in 1881, the Buckhorn features one-of-a-kind animal exhibits, a historic saloon, Café, Gift Shop and The Texas Ranger Museum.
318 E. Houston Street
210-247-4000
Charlie Wants a Burger
www.charliewantsaburger.com
223 Losoya Street
210-227-0864
Dick’s Last Resort
www.dickslastresort.com
Service with sarcasm! Great food dished out with attitude!
406 Navarro Street
210-224-0026
Hard Rock Café
www.hardrock.com/sanantonio
Situated along the city’s famous River Walk area, they have three floors of patios.
111 W Crockett Street Ste 210
210-224-7625
La Margarita
www.lamargarita.com
La Margarita is well-known for being the first American restaurant to serve family-style Sizzling Fajitas.
120 Produce Row
210-227-7140
Luke River Walk – A Chef John Besh Restaurant
www.lukesanantonio.com
Beautiful two-story restaurant located on the famed River Walk. Very breezy with lots of natural light.
125 East Houston Street
210-227-5853
Mi Terra Café & Bakery
www.miterracafe.com
The bright lights read “We Never Close” demonstrating their commitment to serving locals and tourists the most delicious TexMex dishes and freshly baked goods at any time of the day.
218 Produce Row
210-225-1262
Atomar Bar at Acenar
www.acenar.com
Top notch contemporary Mexican food, exotic drinks and view from their patio.
146 E. Houston Street
210-222-2362
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
www.buckhornmuseum.com
Established in 1881, the Buckhorn features one-of-a-kind animal exhibits, a historic saloon, Café, Gift Shop and The Texas Ranger Museum.
318 E. Houston Street
210-247-4000
Dick’s Last Resort
www.dickslastresort.com
Service with sarcasm! Great food dished out with attitude!
406 Navarro Street
210-224-0026
Hard Rock Café
www.hardrock.com/sanantonio
Situated along the city’s famous River Walk area, they have three floors of patios.
111 W Crockett Street Ste 210
210-224-7625
Kremlin & Havana Ultra Lounge
www.kremlinsa.com
Multi-level venue located in the heart of downtown San Antonio offering two floors of dancing, full bar options, televisions, and a large covered patio overlooking sky line views of the city and the beautiful River Walk.
212 College Street
210-220-1972
McLeod’s Bar at The Sheraton Gunter Hotel
www.sheraton.com
205 E. Houston Street
210-554-1715
Mi Terra Café & Bakery
www.miterracafe.com
The bright lights read “We Never Close” demonstrating their commitment to serving locals and tourists the most delicious TexMex dishes and freshly baked goods at any time of the day.
218 Produce Row
210-225-1262
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
www.buckhornmuseum.com
Established in 1881, the Buckhorn features one-of-a-kind animal exhibits, a historic saloon, Café, Gift Shop and The Texas Ranger Museum.
318 E. Houston Street
210-247-4000
Charles A. James Bicycle Shop
www.oldestbikeshop.com
Oldest bike shop in San Antonio for Bike Rentals and Logo Cycling Apparel
114 Broadway Street
210-226-7812
Hemisfair Park
www.hemisfair.org
Hemisfair Park was built to host the 1968 World’s Fair. The 15 acre park features cascading waterfalls and fountains, lushly landscaped areas, historic buildings, children’s playground, and the world Famous San Antonio landmark “The Tower of the Americas”.
306 S Alamo Street
La Villita Historic Arts Village
www.lavillita.com
Located on the South bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita was San Antonio’s first neighborhood. A historic village since 1939, the galleries and shops found in just one square block offer unique art by local and regional artists.
418 Villita Street
210-207-8614
Main Plaza
www.mainplazaconservancy.org
San Antonio’s outdoor cultural space in the Heart of the City.
115 Main Avenue
210-225-9800
Market Square
www.sanantonio.gov/marketsquare
Market Square is a traditional and historic shopping district in Downtown San Antonio. The district is the largest Mexican shopping center in the city.
514 W Commerce Street
210-207-8600
Mi Terra Café & Bakery
www.miterracafe.com
The bright lights read “We Never Close” demonstrating their commitment to serving locals and tourists the most delicious TexMex dishes and freshly baked goods at any time of the day.
218 Produce Row
210-225-1262
Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
www.buckhornmuseum.com
Established in 1881, the Buckhorn features one-of-a-kind animal exhibits, a historic saloon, Café, Gift Shop and The Texas Ranger Museum.
318 E. Houston Street
210-247-4000
Cowboy’s Alamo City Harley-Davidson Riverwalk Boutique
www.cowboysalamocityharley.com/downtown-boutique.htm
The offer exclusive Cowboy’s Alamo City H-D apparel and merchandise.
111 West Crockett Street Ste 209
210-212-4461
La Villita Historic Arts Village
www.lavillita.com
Located on the South bank of the San Antonio River, La Villita was San Antonio’s first neighborhood. A historic village since 1939, the galleries and shops found in just one square block offer unique art by local and regional artists.
418 Villita Street
210-207-8614
Market Square
www.sanantonio.gov/marketsquare
Market Square is a traditional and historic shopping district in Downtown San Antonio. The district is the largest Mexican shopping center in the city.
514 W Commerce Street
210-207-8600
Mi Terra Café & Bakery
www.miterracafe.com
The bright lights read “We Never Close” demonstrating their commitment to serving locals and tourists the most delicious TexMex dishes and freshly baked goods at any time of the day.
218 Produce Row
210-225-1262