The Houston Texans announced their 2016 ticket pricing which included an increase of 5.9 percent from the 2015 season
After being ranked 13th in the NFL for ticket pricing, the Houston Texans announced an increase in prices for the 2016 NFL Season of just under six percent. According to the team, the prices will still rank in the same range even after their average ticket prices have been increased from $91.87 in 2015 to $97.32 in 2015.
The Texans believe they have plenty to offer to fans who visit NRG Stadium and feel like the pricing is fair and understandable.
"“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 is also taking applications for those wishing to purchase season tickets. Their “priority wait list” has more than 26,000 people on it already and most likely won’t slow down even with the slight increase.
Let us know in the comment section below if the increase will prevent you from attending games.