- All fans and their belongings will be searched upon entry.
Cameras: Cameras are allowed as long as they do not disrupt the view of others.
- Video cameras are not allowed.
- Outside food and beverage
- Noise makers
- Flags with poles
- Helium balloons
- Tobacco products including e-cigarettes
- Pets (except service animals)
- Camera Case
- Mesh Bag
- Seat Cushion
- Clear Backpack
- Tinted Plastic Bag
- Over-sized Tote Bag
- Binoculars Case
- Printed Pattern Plastic Bag
- Folding Chair Bag (Folding Chair not allowed)
- Any bag larger than (6″) six inches.
Please visit the Alamodome website for a complete list of prohibited items.
One of the easiest ways to get to the game is VIA’s Park and Ride service, which drops fans off at the Alamodome’s front door (North door). Service starts three hours prior to kickoff and the round-trip fare is only $5. Also dropping off at the front door of the Alamodome is VIA’s PRIMO service, which makes stops throughout downtown. The PRIMO fare is $1.30 each way. For more information, check out VIA online at viainfo.net or our Transportation page.
Parking at the Alamodome is available through pre-purchased permits only. There will be no game day sales. Parking permits allow fans to tailgate within their allotted space starting at 10 a.m. on game day.
For other parking options, fans are encouraged to utilize the parking garages and surface lots in downtown San Antonio. Instead of driving to the Alamodome and working back toward these available lots, fans will experience less congestion by going directly to one of the downtown lots viewable here. We highly recommend utilizing ride share services on game day.
All parking at the Alamodome requires a prepaid parking pass. There are no game day sales. If you have a pass, the lots will open by 10 a.m. except for the Tower Lot which opens four hours prior to kickoff (tailgating is not allowed in this lot).
Tailgating is restricted to the space in front or rear of your vehicle. Do not obstruct the driving lane. Blocking off or saving spaces is not permitted. Stages, large balloons, kites, platforms, tarps, etc. are not allowed.Roadways, aisles and other parking spaces must be kept free of tailgating equipment to allow for vehicle and pedestrian traffic. No solicitation, selling or marketing of any kind is allowed. Alcoholic beverages are permitted. No glass containers.
Approved Cooking Appliances: grills for charcoal, wood, small propane pits and electric. A fire extinguisher must accompany each group using a cooking appliance and a person knowledgeable in its operation must attend to cooking appliances when hot.
No food or beverages are allowed to be taken into the Alamodome. No loud music or profanity. No children playing in the thoroughfare. Separate containers are available in Lots B & C for hot coals and trash.
All parking, including disabled spaces, is sold by pre-paid parking permit. Alamodome parking lots open at 10:00 a.m. and close 1 hour after the conclusion of the game. Disabled patrons without a parking pass can utilize the ADA drop off area located in Lot A and proceed to alternate parking offsite. To check parking availability, please call 210-704-6666.
The Valero Alamo Bowl owns and controls all rights to seat locations for all Alamo Bowl events. Patrons purchasing though the Valero Alamo Bowl Ticket Office and/or Ticketmaster receive the opportunity to use the seat location designated by the ticket purchased. However, the Valero Alamo Bowl in its sole and absolute discretion, may revoke this right at any time by refunding the purchase price printed on the ticket. The privilege is granted on a game-by-game basis, and is subject to rules, obligations and policies relating to tickets as established from time to time by the Valero Alamo Bowl. Accounts are limited to one per household, and there is an overall 8 ticket limit per person, address, credit card, IP address, household, etc. Tickets may not be used for advertising, promotions (including contests or sweepstakes), intentional resale, or other trade or commercial purposes without the expressed written consent of the Valero Alamo Bowl.