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Houston Roughnecks announce season ticket pricing

Houston, TX., October 8, 2019 – The Houston Roughnecks announced 2020 season ticket prices today and fans who have placed a season ticket deposit with the team will now begin selecting their seats.

Fans interested in priority status for the Roughnecks season can still place deposits at and secure their seats now -- before tickets are made available to the general public.

The Houston Roughnecks will play all five home games at TDECU Stadium. Roughnecks season ticket packages will range from $100 to $450 per seat for five home games with lower level season tickets starting at $20 per game. 

“Family-friendly pricing, exclusive benefits and unprecedented access all reflect the incredible feedback received from Houston football fans and demonstrate our commitment to place our fans first,” said Brian Michael Cooper, Houston Roughnecks President. “Our season ticket prices are central to providing an affordable and memorable fan experience that attracts current football fans and helps develop new football fans.” 

For a limited time, each fan who purchases a Roughnecks season ticket will receive a VIP Field Pass for one home game. The VIP Field Pass will offer access to the playing field during pregame or postgame activities at one home game. 

Houston Roughnecks Season Ticket Members will enjoy exclusive benefits including:

  • Season ticket price-lock for the first two seasons.

  • Early access to the XFL’s Football Advisory Network: an online community that will give football fans opportunities to share their thoughts, ideas, and feedback, and help the Houston Roughnecks create its football and fan experience.

  • 25% discount on merchandise at

  • Exclusive Roughnecks game day access.

  • VIP Roughnecks experiences throughout the year.

  • Priority status for playoff tickets and season ticket renewals. 

Fans can visit to learn more about Roughnecks tickets, see all prices and benefits, and sign up for special information and content. 

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Charles Hampton 
Houston Roughnecks, Director of Communications