AD got a replacement for the Shasta Pass, which wasn’t offered last season, and now it includes baseball. This is a great deal if you like the other sports like I do.
With each Coogs One Pass, fans receive one ticket for general admission seating to Houston Athletics events for one low price. Coogs One Passes begin at only $150 for five sport programs’ home events with the $375 Red Pass providing entry to all home Football, Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Baseball, Softball, Soccer and Volleyball games.
“The Coogs One Pass is a great option for our fans to enjoy their favorite Houston Athletics events,” Deputy Director of Athletics David Tagliarino said. “This is one of several new initiatives that we’re introducing this year and will provide a flexible, convenient and affordable way to support our program.”
Fans can purchase Coogs One Passes by clicking here any time or by calling the Houston Athletics Ticket Office at 713-462-6647 or visiting the Ticket Office during regular business hours. Fans who would like to be contacted about ticket options should fill out an interest form or click here .
That is awesome. Wish we had it years before now…but better late than never !!!
You can get into ALL games for $375? Can that be right? If so, I should be granted access to all sporting events for having both football and basketball season tickets. What am I missing?
I think the key word is general admission. So if you have half court seats for basketball that’s not the same as general admission.
So this is the exact amount of the EquiFax data breach settlement. If you go file your claim (if you were part of the breach) then you get free Coogs… just saying!
This doesn’t appear to be a “flex” pass. I wish they’d offer some version of that. They’ve done it with some sports in the past.
I go to all the men’s basketball and football games every year. I live too far away to go to a lot of other games. So I like to load up the family (and often some of their friends) and make a soccer, volleyball, softball, etc. game every now and then. This type of pass isn’t helpful, but the flex pass would allow me to use six or eight tickets at time every three or four weeks.
No big deal. Sounds like others like it.