Jaguars to Cut Ticket Prices for the 2010 Season


The Jaguars have cut ticket prices for 2010, hoping to lure back some of the 17,000 season-ticket holders who didn’t renew last year. The Jaguars have reduced season tickets in two sections in the upper deck by $90, reduced season tickets in four sections in the lower bowl by $100, and reduced season tickets in two club sections by $300. The moves could help the Jaguars boost sales and avoid blackouts. Jacksonville blacked out nine of 10 home games in 2009.


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One Response to “Jaguars to Cut Ticket Prices for the 2010 Season”

  1. Matt Jergensen says:

    Once again a great move giving Jacksonville a team Tags.