Single game tickets on sale July 30

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The Texans announced when single game tickets will go on sale for the 2010 season.

Single-game tickets to all Houston Texans home games go on sale to the public Friday, July 30, with a limited number available for each of the team's 10 home dates.

Tickets will go on sale at 10:00 a.m. CT and will be available online at www.TicketMaster.com, over the phone at 800-745-3000 and at all TicketMaster outlets. Ticket prices range from $35-$125.

The Texans boast one of the largest season ticket bases in the NFL with more than 64,000 sold for the upcoming season. With their high season ticket base this leaves a limited number of seats available on a game-by-game basis. Season ticket and group hospitality packages are currently still available. For more information, call the Houston Texans ticket office at 832-667-2390. A limited number of luxury suites are also still available. For more information please contact the Texans premium seating office at 832-667-2160.

For the third consecutive season, the Texans will host a Monday Night Football game when Baltimore comes to Houston on Monday, December 13. To accommodate the exceptionally high demand for tickets for that game and the matchup with the in-state rival Dallas Cowboys on September 26, the Texans instituted a drawing to give fans an exclusive opportunity to buy tickets before they went on sale to the general public. Fans may register for the drawing until midnight CT on Sunday, July 25.

In addition to those two games are traditional AFC South Division matchups with Indianapolis, Jacksonville and Tennessee. Houston plays hosts to the New York Giants on Sunday, October 10; Kansas City on Sunday, October 17; and San Diego on Sunday, November 7. Houston will also play host to Dallas (Saturday, August 28) and Tampa Bay (Thursday, September 2) in preseason action.

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