The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Monday their ticket pricing for the 2010 season, including a new $300 season ticket and the introduction of two new extended payment plans to help fans spread the payment of their season tickets over a longer period of time.
There will be no price increases in the general bowl for the third consecutive season, and prices will also remain flat in the Touchdown Club. The prices of several thousand seats in eight sections throughout the stadium have been reduced.
The team announced the introduction of two new extended, interest-free payment plans, one an eight-month plan available for general bowl and Touchdown Club seating, and a new 30-month plan (the 30/30 Plan) available in the general bowl, which locks in the 2010 price for three seasons and allows fans to make equal payments for the 30 games over 30 consecutive months with no interest and no deposit.
Price reductions announced include the following:
- A new $300 ($30 per game) season ticket has been introduced in two sections of the East Upper Deck (sections 432 and 441) previously priced at $390.
- Four sections in the lower bowl have been reduced from a $580 season ticket to a $480 season ticket (203, 216, 230 and 243).
- New lower prices have been introduced in two sections of the West Touchdown Club with the price of a season ticket in Sections 207 and 212 being reduced from $2,100 to $1,800 on a three-year season ticket, and from $2,400 to $2,100 on a one-year season ticket.
Jaguars season tickets, which include a number of benefits, remain some of the lowest-priced, best-value season tickets in the National Football League.
Tim Connolly, Senior Vice President, Business Development, said, "It is clear to us that our season ticket owners want to spread their payments over time, and the new eight-month payment plan and the 30/30 Plan (30 games paid over 30 consecutive months) will help them do that."
Fans are being given the opportunity to lock in the price of their season tickets at the current prices for the 2010, 2011 and 2012 season with the Jaguars' new 30/30 Plan - 30 games with equal, interest-free payments spread over 30 consecutive months. The 30/30 Plan is available on seats in the general bowl and does not require a deposit. The 30/30 Plan is only available until March 31.
Regular season opponents scheduled to face the Jaguars at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium in 2010 include the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos as well as AFC South Divisional rivals Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans and Houston Texans.
Fans can buy their 2010 tickets now by calling the Jaguars ticket office at 904-633-2000 (option 2) or by visiting www.jaguars.com. Current season ticket holders will receive renewal notices in early February. They can contact the Fan Services Department on 904-633-2000 (option 1) with any questions.