Directors Club

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  1. Dean 74

    Dean 74 Rookie

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    all,
    anyone know the cost on the new "directors club level seats"?
    i havent gotten the nerve to call them.
    -74
     
  2. Texan_Bill

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    I haven't even heard of these seats... Any other information that you have??
     
  3. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    I'm going to guess some of the spare "mega suite" seats if they're having trouble filling the mega suites. Set up a buffet on the concorse, rope it off, call them "Director's Seats."
     
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    I called them and to say it is all very vague is an understatement.

    Here is what I found out. The Directors Club is in the North end zone/700 level.
    Season tickets to the Directors Club are $1150/seat and there are only 500 seats to be sold. IF (and this is a big if) they do not sell all of the 500 seats, they will offer the 2 game package. This will cost $230/seat. If they do not have any room in the official directors club, then the 2 game package will be located in the 600 level Gridiron sideline/end zone/terrace - the guy used these words interchangeably. Those tickets would cost $70 - $100/seat.

    I didn't ask if the seats in the 600 level would have the buffet, etc. I was losing the will to live by that time.
     
  5. SheTexan

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    They have a new area on the first level, 50 yd line, don't know what it's called, that is some kind of VIP area. NOW, get this, the cost for 10 seats is $50,000. Yep, that is correct, FIFTY THOUSAND BUCKS!!!! I got a good laugh out of that. Give me the Bullpen any day!!!!:texflag:
     
  6. Dr2bKay

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    The new lower level club seat was very nice...but not nice enough for 50,000...I pass on that one..
     
  7. dskillz

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    So $1150/season to sit at the top of the stadium in one of the suites up there? That is steep. Very steep. I sat up there and while my seats are in the 600 level, those suites were incredibly high and couldn't follow the game that well. Atleast we had plasma screens. For that much money, there shouldn't be a cash bar either.

    Seems like someone is very optimistic about this season.
     
  8. Silver Oak

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    We bought two of these seats yesterday for a change of pace of our PSL tickets which we'll either be selling or giving away on a game by game basis.

    For a FF player, I wanted to be able to stay up with other games as the Texans played and with the Sunday Ticket and multiple tv's, I should be able to do that. My wife will like the sofa seating, bars, semi-private bathrooms, and other nice things.

    Came with either Red or Green parking of which I took Red. There is direct elevator access from the Coca Cola gate so very quick entry and exit. Buffet served and access to Verizon lounge as well.

    :fans:
     


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    It is your job to make sure that area is loud and proud!!:d:
     
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    That's gonna be a tough task to stir the River Oaks crowd, but I'll give it a shot! :fans:

    Our salesperson told us that of the 400 or so seats, all but 8 had been sold. Coming from a salesperson you have to take that with a grain of salt, but if true, that shows a pretty good demand for tickets under the perception that this might be a turnaround year for the Texans.

    Also, during walkthrough we walked by the workout room and were told Ahman Green is constantly in there for long periods of workouts. I hope he has a huge year...
     

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