clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Houston Texans Raise Ticket Prices For 2015 Season

New, comments

Check out Battle Red Blog to see exactly how much the team increased its 2015 ticket prices as the team improved from 2-14 in 2013 to 9-7 in 2014.

He'll now have to hug you 7.5% harder.
He'll now have to hug you 7.5% harder.
Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

You knew it was coming. After not increasing their ticket prices in 2014 (one of the very few good things to come out of the 2-14 debacle that was the 2013 regular season), the Houston Texans have announced that they are increasing the cost of tickets to attend their home games in 2015.

Next season, the average general ticket price for a Texans game will be $91.87 a ticket, an increase of 7.5 percent from $85.44 for the last two seasons.

Last season, the Texans’ average ticket price ranked 15th in the NFL. The Texans predict they’ll have a similar ranking with this year’s increase.

The Texans have sold out every game at NRG Stadium – 132 in a row — since their inaugural season of 2002.

Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle, here's a handy table that shows the exact change in ticket prices per game for most of the sections at NRG Stadium.

Do these raised prices affect your ability to attend a Texans game this year?