Texans announce ticket prices for 2015 season

TexansComing off a 9-7 season under first-year head coach Bill O’Brien, the Houston Texans announced their ticket prices for the 2015 season. The Texans’ average general ticket price next season will be $91.87 per ticket, which is up 7.5 percent from $85.44 in 2014 and the first price increase since 2013.

Houston’s average ticket price in 2014 ranked 15th in the NFL and the Texans anticipate their position will be comparable in 2015. The Texans have sold out 132 consecutive games at NRG Stadium, a Houston NFL record; and their 13 consecutive sold-out seasons represent the longest sellout streak of any professional sports team in Houston history.

“NRG Stadium has earned its reputation as one of the best gameday experiences in the NFL, and Texans fans are a major reason,” said John Schriever, Texans Senior Vice President of Ticketing and Event Management. “Our fans give us a tremendous home field advantage, and this pricing structure will allow us to continue to remain competitive on the field and deliver an even more compelling fan experience.”

Houston’s 2015 home schedule includes the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts, the two teams facing off in the AFC Championship this weekend. The Texans will also host the New Orleans Saints and division rivals Jacksonville and Tennessee. Additionally, the team will face Tampa Bay, the New York Jets and Kansas City at NRG Stadium.

The Patriots and Colts represent the only teams that qualified for the postseason in 2014 that will visit the Texans next season.The combined record of the other six teams to play in Houston next season is 27-69.

Here is the breakdown of ticket prices for the 2015 Houston Texans season at NRG stadium.


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