Playoff ticket prices

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  1. Bull Butter

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    Any idea as to how expensive it will be to witness the Texans first playoff game in person? I've not seen any prices listed as yet
     
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    First round prices are close to the same for regular season tickets. The potential AFC Championship tickets for example my seats were $30 higher than regular season tickets.
     
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    Are tickets going to go on sale for the public? If so, when?
     
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    i got my tix today, woot woot. i've seen on ebay and stubhub starting at $200 upperdeck.
     
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    I was bumping around and didn't see anything lower level cheaper than $400 a seat.
     
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    Those prices are completely out of whack, the link says my seats are $75 per seat, when in fact, my invoiced price was $135 per seat...just some fyi...yes, I'm going to sell, and they will be going for triple the amount paid....a friend of mine put it best.."there are a lot of lawyers in H-Town who'll pay anything to see the first playoff game in H-town in 17 years."
     


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    If you would read the info about the tickets that you are being charged for you would see that you are being charged for the Divisional playoffs as well as the AFC Championship game. I (and many others on this site) am thinking that the Texans are doing this since those would be the most expensive of them and if there would be a third game they would have time to bill us for that. Since they said that any money that is paid that isn't covered with playoff games and will be rolled forward to next years season tickets...
    And since you seem to be "I am going to sell them to make as much money as I can"...
    Hopefully you will get as much as you can...And the rest of the real fans will go to the games and not sell their tickets...
     
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    The ticket prices are raised up about $50 per seat for the playoff games. They don't differentiate between the 2 games. Season ticket holders were invoiced for a total amount for each seat for 2 games. I'm expecting that if we only play one home game then half of the total will be applied to tickets for next year.


    There is no potential for a 3rd game. Since we are playing in the wildcard weekend we can only host another game in the AFC Championship if the Pats and Steelers/Ravens both lose.
     
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    I guess you are really "hellbentforfootball".
     
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    No, I'm a middle class guy who looks at it like this, If i can pay for half of next seasons football games with one playoff game this season......no brainer. :clap:
     
  13. hellbentforfootball

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    Well, i went back to look at the prices to be sure...if you look at the 1st slot it clearly says "Wild Card Weekend" I'm in the South Endzone...IT CLEARLY says $75 per ticket, I paid $135 per ticket...I'm aware they charged me for 2 games and if one game isn't used, that remaining balance will applied to next years invoice...also, it would be impossible to " bill for a third game" 2 games max..Wildcard here..THEN if we win divisional game at Balty or Pitt AND Pats lose, we would host a 2nd game...again, those prices are flat out completely bogus.
     
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    "Hopefully you will get as much as you can...And the rest of the real fans will go to the games and not sell their tickets"

    Season ticket holder since day 1..b/c I choose to sell my tickets does not make me any less of a fan..maybe i can only afford to go to preseason games, maybe I can only afford to go to 1 game, maybe its my god given right to flush them down the toilet or do with them as I see fit.
     
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