The 2020 NFL and MLB seasons are atypical. The Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers wanted to fix that experience and bring the stadium food home to you.

Before pandemic, Cowboys fans enjoy unique stadium food during a game

First, the Cowboys who are selling group sized food packages available for pick up or delivery on Dallas Cowboys game days.

Bring the stadium food home with AT&T Stadium's bacon-wrapped Jalapeño chicken bites
AT&T Stadium’s bacon-wrapped Jalapeño chicken bites. (Dallas Morning News)

Fans can choose from a variety of packages, like the $300 barbecue bundle that feeds up to six people and includes brisket, sausage, bacon-wrapped jalapeño chicken bites, truffle mac and cheese, cowboys cupcakes, and more.

There are a variety of other stadium food packages and A la Carte menu items are also available for order.

In addition, all stadium packages can be supersized to feed 16-20 people for $1,200, perfect for an at-home tailgate party.

For the first time ever, AT&T Stadium will bring the stadium food home selling its Cowboyrita, an exclusive margarita with Hornitos tequila. To purchase alcohol, you must also purchase food.

Texas Rangers baseball fans can order ballpark classics like hotdogs, peach cobbler, turkey legs, bratwurst, and more

The Cowboys followed the Rangers, who launched a similar program, Field to Table, in August. Fans can order ballpark classics like hotdogs, peach cobbler, turkey legs, bratwurst, and more. The Rangers also have various group packages like the Grand Slam Pizza and Wings or the Rangers Fiesta.

All orders must be placed 24 hours before the said game and include souvenir stein and home plate doormat. Bring the stadium food home safely with orders delivered contactless.

Bringing stadium food home, the Texas Rangers famous 2-foot-long hot dog
The Rangers famous 2-foot-long hot dog. (Dallas Morning News)

2020 is certainly a year for making the most out of unfavorable situations. Both the Cowboys and Rangers are doing just that with their bring the stadium home offerings.

Not to Be left out, the great State Fair of Texas started drive-thrus where you can buy food and have your photo taken with Big Tex.

Big Tex with mask