Ticket packages to a Houston Texans preseason game, courtesy of Official Fan Package
- Two tickets for upper- or lower-level seating to the game against the San Francisco 49ers
- Memorabilia autographed by linebacker Brian Cushing. Multiple options available.
- Promo card worth up to $50 at InsiderSportsDeals.com (see details below)
- When: Thursday, August 28, at 7 p.m.
- Where: NRG Stadium
- Seating: Lower Level seats are located in sections 101, 132–140, and 112–122; Upper Level seats are located in sections 601, 641–651, and 614–629
- Door time: 6 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
** Seating and Memorabilia Options**
Two upper-level seats:
- $149 with an 8”x10” photo ($334 total value)
- $169 with a 16”x20” photo ($379 total value)
- $199 with a mini helmet ($409 total value)
- $199 with a logo football ($459 total value)
- $229 with a custom red jersey ($509 total value)
- $229 with a custom blue jersey ($509 total value)
- $299 with a full-size helmet ($561 total value)
Two lower-level seats:
- $299 with an 8”x10” photo ($384 total value)
- $319 with a 16”x20” photo ($429 total value)
- $349 with a mini helmet ($459 total value)
- $349 with a logo football ($509 total value)
- $379 with a custom red jersey ($559 total value)
- $379 with a custom blue jersey ($559 total value)
- $449 with a full-size helmet ($611 total value)
Lower-level seats are located in sections 101, 132–140, and 112–122; upper-level seats are located in sections 601, 641–651, and 614–629.
Values include shipping of the autographed merchandise. All options also include a promotional code that is good for $10 off any purchase of $29 or more, $25 off any purchase for $100 or more, or $50 off any purchase of $250 or more at InsiderSportsDeals.com.
Official Fan Package is an independently owned and operated secondary market ticket company not affiliated with the Houston Texans or NRG Stadium. Groupons are not redeemable at the Stadium ticket office. You will receive your tickets via mail or email. Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.
The Scouting Report
Houston used its first pick in the 2014 draft wisely. Passing over several offensive stars, the team selected a menacing pass rusher to fortify a defense that’s already been adept at sacking quarterbacks without disturbing the butterflies that live under each QB’s helmet. On the other side of the ball, a new head coach and a new quarterback look to breathe new life into a deep offensive with a lot of potential. On August 28, the team hits the field for its final tune-up before the regular season.
Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by the Houston Texans, NRG Stadium, or the NFL. The tickets identified in this Groupon promotion are made available through an independent party.