The Houston Texans have raised ticket prices for a second straight season after a fairly successful season.
The Texans just raised ticket prices by almost six percent in 2016 from an average cost of $91.87 to $97.32 per ticket.
Once against the Texans have announced that ticket prices will go up from an average of $97.32 to $103.6 for the 2017 NFL season.
“Houston Texans fans are a prime reason NRG Stadium has earned the reputation as one of the best gameday experiences in the National Football League for 15 consecutive seasons,” said John Schriever, Texans Senior Vice President of Ticketing and Event Management, via HoustonTexans.com. “With this year’s pricing structure, our goal is to deliver an unrivaled and compelling fan experience as well as remain competitive on the field each and every gameday.”
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With the Texans selling out 154 straight games at NRG Stadium, the they currently have leverage to continue to jack up the prices. Especially with the team winning the AFC South for a second straight season and almost reaching the AFC Championship.
The Texans ranked 13th in the league in average ticket prices this past season and are expected to be around the same average for 2017.
Houston’s eight regular season home games next season will be against the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs, and division rivals Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans.
Hopefully the fans will get their moneys worth with an even more successful season in 2017.