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Jaguars Announce 2011 Ticket Prices

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The season is not nearly over, and the Jaguars are in the thick of the playoff race, but ticket prices for the 2011 season have been announced,

The prices show the first increase in three years for some parts of the stadium, and discounts for other seats.

For higher-end seats, season ticket prices remain flat in the West Touchdown Club, the MPS Group Terrace Suites and parts of the East Touchdown Club, and six of the sections on the east side are reduced.

Prices in the general bowl are going up slightly -- between $1.50 and $4 per game, but the Jaguars are offering the opportunity to avoid the increase by getting in on the 30/30 plan, which keeps the 2010 prices in place for two additional years.


The Jaguars point out that only two teams in the NFL have less expensive tickets, and season tickets save up a third off the single-ticket rate.

"We have maintained a price structure which provides the best value to our most loyal fans - our season ticket owners - while at the same time allowing the Jaguars to stay competitive with the rest of the NFL," said Jaguars Senior Vice President/Sales & Marketing Macky Weaver.

The opponents across the field from the Jaguars in 2011 will include the AFC South lineup of Indianapolis, Tennessee and Houston plus Baltimore, Cincinnati, New Orleans and Tampa Bay. One team from the AFC West has not yet been determined, nor have the preseason opponents.

Tickets are available at the ticket office at the stadium, online at, or over the phone at 904-633-2000.

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