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Single-game tickets on sale Wednesday

Posted Jul 23, 2012

Single-game tickets for 2012 Houston Texans games will go on-sale Wednesday.


HOUSTON – Single-game tickets for the Houston Texans 2012 home games will go on sale Wednesday morning, July 25, at 10 a.m. CDT, the team announced today.  Ticket prices range from $43-140.  Fans can purchase tickets online via www.ticketmaster.com, at all Ticketmaster locations, including H-E-B stores, and by phone at 800-745-3000.

Earlier this month, the Texans announced the themes for each home game, highlighted by Battle Red Day presented by Halliburton on Sunday, Oct. 21 when the Texans take on the Baltimore Ravens.

The Texans will once again don their all-white uniforms to open the regular season for Liberty White Out against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, Sept. 9. Other popular game themes include Salute to Service presented by Bud Light on Sunday, Nov. 4 against the Buffalo Bills and Hispanic Heritage Day presented by XFINITY against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, Sept. 30. 

Fan Appreciation Day presented by FOX Sports Southwest will take place in the final regular season home game on Sunday, Dec. 23 against the Minnesota Vikings.

For the first time in team history, the Houston Texans have sold out of all available season-ticket inventory, with more than 65,700 season tickets sold, leaving a very limited supply of tickets to individual games.

Due to the limited supply of single-game tickets, the Texans encourage fans who are unable to purchase tickets on Wednesday to visit the TicketMaster Ticket Exchange at www.ticketexchangebyticketmaster.com if they are still searching for tickets.  The Ticket Exchange is the only League-approved ticket resale marketplace and has the exclusive ability to electronically validate every ticket sold.

 

Date

Vs.

Time (CT)

Theme

Sat., Aug. 18

49ers

7pm

State of Football pres. by Verizon

Thu., Aug. 30

Vikings

6pm

Texans Care pres. by FS Southwest

Sun., Sept. 9

Dolphins

Noon

Liberty White Out

Sun., Sept. 30

Titans

Noon

Hispanic Heritage Day pres. by XFINITY

Sun., Oct. 14

Packers

7:20pm

Pink Ribbon Day pres. by Kroger

Sun., Oct. 21

Ravens

Noon

Battle Red Day pres. by Halliburton

Sun., Nov. 4

Bills

Noon

Salute to Service pres. by Bud Light

Sun., Nov. 18

Jaguars

Noon

Deep Steel Sunday pres. by Capital One

Sun., Dec. 16

Colts

Noon

Home for the Holidays

Sun., Dec. 23

Vikings

Noon

Fan Appreciation Day pres. by FS Southwest

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