Texans lower prices on beer, soda, hot dogs, chicken tenders for 2022 season

The cuts will reduce the cost of the four most-ordered concession items by an average of 20 percent.

Houston Texans fans cheer during the first half of an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021, in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Christian Smith)

As prices continue to rise everywhere, one typically expensive place to go is cutting costs for customers.

The Houston Texans announced prices on four of their most-ordered concession items will be reduced for the 2022 season.

A beef hot dog, which was originally $5.49, will be $3.75; the chicken tenders basket was originally $10.09 and will be lowered to $7.75; a 20 oz. soda cup will now be $3.75 compared to its original $4.79 price; and a 16 oz. domestic beer will now be $7.95 instead of $8.69.

“We’re excited to unveil an innovative approach to concessions pricing this season,” Houston Texans President Greg Grissom said. “In a world of increasing costs, we chose to decrease the price of select items on gameday. Based on conversations with our fans and insights from our analytics team, we identified the four most-ordered items and adjusted their pricing.”

The Texans are calling them Fan First Deals, and say that they will also continue offering $2 waters, and $5 12 oz. domestic draft beer.

The price cuts come after back-to-back four win seasons for the Texans. The first chance for fans to take advantage of the lower prices is Saturday when the Texans host the Saints in their preseason opener.

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