All-Encompassing 2010 Ticket Price Thread

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  1. Fred

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    Undoubtedly the Texans will increase the price of most tickets for 2010. The Texans are coming off their best season and have an attractive home schedule including playoff teams Dallas, Indianapolis, San Diego, and Baltimore.

    Use this thread to do all your whining about: how dare they - 9-7 is still mediocre, the economy is still not good, that's it - I really am cancelling my season tickets this time, and/or I'll renew but that means no food / crutches / college fund for Tiny Tim.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Andrew6

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    if you have good seats and aren't going to up them this year lemme know and I might buy them.
     
  3. gwallaia

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    I think they have gone up every year.

    In 2002, my seats in section 552 were $35 per game, this past season they were $53 per game. I expect them to be $60 next season.
     
  4. thunderkyss

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    They've gone up since I've owned season tickets since 2004. To compensate, no bear, no food, no merchandise, no game book, nothing. I don't even stop by those advertising booths.

    Next year, I'm not even going to think about thinking about spending money at Reliant.
     
  5. Joe Texan

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    You want nfl you pay the price
     
  6. Dr2bKay

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    No complaints here...just less time being spent wasting money at the Galleria.

    For those complaining about the price and want to sell their platinum pass for 2010, I'll take it off your hands.:texflag:
     
  7. houstonspartan

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    There are a ton of great seats available. Look on the web site, and call the Texans directly. We're not the Packers or the Redskins, where tickets rarely come available.

    Also, you realize that for "good seats" you're looking at roughly $2000 per seat, right?
     
  8. brakos82

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    What are you doing buying bears at reliant? :kitten:
     
  9. thunderkyss

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    Less than $8 a pop, sounded like a good deal at the time. :kingkong:
     
  10. Dayad

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    8 bucks for a bear? I wonder what a monkey goes for?
     
  11. houstonspartan

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    I've been dumb enough to buy those $10 beers on several occassions.

    The Texans have gotten a LOT of money from me.
     
  12. Andrew6

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    I'm already a season ticket holder but will pick up more to keep the tickets from going to opposing fans.
     
  13. ubecool454

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    The ticket prices are not going up......it's just the dollar is getting weaker!:shades:
     
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    If I recall correctly, the organization only promised to not raise prices the first two years. Since then they have increased each year, and I am expecting another this year.
     
  15. ChampionTexan

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    Not too bad!
     
  17. Dr2bKay

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    January 25th is right around the corner. Has anyone received their renewal package yet??
     
  18. BIG TORO

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    I have not, when is the due date if your paying the full sum?
     
  19. steelbtexan

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    I guess in McNairs mind average football team= ticket price increase.

    When are the Texans going to reach the playoffs?

    There's really no incentive to be great in the NFL.
     
  20. texanfan2002114

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    You do realize that as far as ticket prices go we ranked in the middle of the NFL as far as where our average ticket price is, don't you? Also coming off the 1st winning NFL season in like 16 years, you had to know the Texans were going to raise prices, didn't you?

    I'm not attacking you, but your calling out the man (McNair) who paid $700 million to bring back football to this city and if my tickets go up a couple of bucks to keep pursuing a championship on the field, then so be it.

    In my opinon the Texans were a couple of plays away of being this years Jets. This team is on the right path and I can't wait for next season to start!!
     
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