Section 110 is not a part of club seating. Sideline seats on the 300 level, along with upper level seats in the 700s are club seating and come with additional benefits.
The Reliant Stadium elevators do run to the 700 level of the stadium, and are actually the only way to access this level (no stair or escalator access). It is important to note that they do not allow alcoholic beverage on the elevators.
The VIP elevators run all the way to the 800 level for Upper Halo Suite ticket holders. The VIP elevators stop at all levels but require VIP ticket holder status to ride (granted to Suite and Club seat patrons).
700 Level seats can be accessed via the 4 main elevators which are located at the following gates: Coca-Cola Gate (North East), Comcast Gate (North West), Ford Gate (South West), and Amegy Bank Gate (South East).
Unless specifically noted by the seller that a parking pass is included, Verizon Club Level seats unfortunately do not include parking.
The video boards at NRG Stadium span the entire length of the endzone, making them some of the largest in the NFL. However, their placement at the absolute top of the stadium renders them perhaps the worst video boards in the league.
For fans paying big bucks to sit along the sidelines, seeing the video screens requires a complete head-turn. While this is not uncommon, fans sitting in the lower level than have to peer up far more than 100 feet to get a clear view of replays and stats. Even if you are seated in one of the highest rows of the stadium, chances are you will be looking up a fair amount all afternoon.
NRG Stadium does not have any seating areas which have limited view for Texans games, however we would recommend trying to avoid seats near the aisles in Rows E and higher in the 600 level sections if possible. These seats are just above the entry tunnels, where the view can be impacted by heavy foot traffic from fans walking between the concourse and their seats in the higher rows.