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Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle:
Following a last-place finish during a 4-12 injury-plagued season, the Texans have raised ticket prices slightly.
The Texans’ average general ticket price for 2018 is $107.56 per ticket. It’s a 3.73-percent increase from their $103.69 figure for 2017.
This marks their lowest increase in ticket prices since 2014.
A year ago, the Texans ranked 13th in the NFL in average ticket price. The AFC South franchise anticipates ranking around that area this year.
“Year after year, we are grateful to the Houston Texans fans for the spirit they bring to each and every home game, playing a major role in creating a gameday experience at NRG Stadium that is considered one of the best in the league,” said John Schriever, Texans senior vice president of ticketing and event management. “This year’s pricing structure will help us continue to deliver the exciting fan experience that has consistently been praised over the franchise’s 16-season tenure.”
The Texans have sold out NRG Stadium for 163 consecutive games.
The Texans have home games next season against the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans.