Are you a Michigan State Spartans or Baylor Bears fan interested in setting up a Cotton Bowl Tailgate on January 1? If you are interested in taking your tailgate up to “bowl game level,” you’ll probably want to get a TV to watch the two big College Football Playoff semifinal games after the Cotton Bowl is over (Full bowl schedule here)

I’ll break down Cotton Bowl Tailgating costs and the packages we offer below.

Cotton Bowl Tailgating: Heisman Trailer Pricing
Our Heisman Trailer

Our Heisman Trailer

The Heisman is our larger tailgating trailer, with two 51″ plasma TV’s, satellite, audio receiver with ipod connection, blu-ray player, generator, 10×10 canopy, table and six chairs. It also includes parking in lot 12.

The trailer also features a swing-out 5-burner gas grill that will feed your entire tailgate party with ease.

The Heisman rents for $1,000 at the Cotton Bowl. We drop off and setup the trailer at your parking spot and pick up when you are done tailgating or they kick you out of your lot (whichever comes first). All you have to bring is food and drink.

Our Heisman Tailgating Trailer

Our All-American Tailgating Trailer

Cotton Bowl Tailgating: All American Trailer Pricing

Our All American features two 43″ plasma TV’s, satellite, receiver with bluetooth connection, generator, 10×10 canopy, table and four chairs. It also includes parking in lot 12.

The All American is a little smaller than our Heisman trailer, so it can fit in smaller areas. The AA trailer has a removable charcoal grill and rents for $750.

Cotton Bowl Tailgating: The Starter TV Package Pricing

If you don’t have the space for a tailgating trailer in your lot, we can deliver a 51″ TV with satellite, generator and a canopy to your vehicle when your lot opens. All you need is a vehicle with a 2″ trailer hitch receiver that looks like this. Most trucks and SUV’s have them standard, but make sure you check before reserving a TV setup.

Our Starter Hitch Mounted TV setup

Our Starter Hitch Mounted TV setup

The TV setup rents for $500 at the Cotton Bowl. It is very popular in lots with not a lot of room around your vehicle.

We have tailgated in a number of lots around AT&T Stadium (for more info, check out my previous post) but the most important thing to remember is verify your lot can (and will allow) tailgating trailers into the lot. Most of the private lots will and most of the larger lots around the stadium will allow them as well.

If you’d like to reserve a tailgating trailer or TV for the Cotton Bowl or any other event, email us at or fill out the quick and easy form below.

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