Rams vs. Dallas: What to know before you go Aloha Stadium

One of the biggest rules being enforced by the NFL ... is its clear bag policy. The league does this at ALL of its games. Any bag that isn't clear ... needs to be checked in, in front of the volcano or roll call area. That includes, purses and backpacks. You can get it back after the game is done. But expect that line to check in bags to be pretty long. And your clear bag can only be 12 inches tall by 12 inches wide by 6 inches deep. If you don't have a clear bag, you can bring in a one-gallon plastic freezer bag ... like a Ziploc. Small clutch bags will be allowed as well, but those cannot be larger than 4-and-a-half inches by 6 and-a-half inches.The other big thing you need to know is: tickets are mobile only. This is another NFL policy. Make sure you download your tickets on your smartphone. You should do this before heading down to the stadium, or at the very least before you get in line. The only exception is, if you bought your tickets from the box office or through Ticketmaster and had them mailed to you. And remember - outside food and drinks, helmets and footballs are not allowed inside the Stadium. Gates at Aloha Stadium open at 11 o'clock. Turnstiles open two hours later. But if you're going to the game ... a good rule of thumb is to get there early. Stadium officials are recommending you use Gates 2-4 ... not Gate 1 for public parking. Use Kamehameha Highway to get to Gate 2, Use Kahua-pa`ani Street for Gate 3 and Salt Lake Boulevard to get to Gate 4. HPD officers will be assisting with traffic control. Parking is 16 dollars per car ... and 31 for buses or limos. You must show your game ticket on your phone to get in. If you're taking an Uber or Lyft or other rideshare service, there are also drop off and pickup locations.

Rams vs. Dallas: What to know before you go Aloha Stadium