Jaguars To Get New Look After Successful Season

Jaguars To Get New Look After Successful Season

"We want to make sure that same home-field advantage is a reality every time the Jaguars take the field this fall by giving fans access to even more affordable tickets".

The Jags were granted permission to take the tarps off for last month's wild-card game against the Buffalo Bills due to selling out of tickets in the general bowl. Jaguars president Mark Lamping stated that over 5,000 deposits have been placed from fans looking to secure season tickets for next year.

The decision to remove the tarps comes after three straight home sellouts at the end of the 2017 regular season, and a victory in the Jaguars' first home playoff game since 1999.

Removal of the tarps will provide an additional 3,501 low-cost seating options for the team's seven home games in 2018 (Jacksonville will play host to the Eagles in London this season).

Last season, including its Week 3 game in London, the Jaguars ranked 21st in average attendance at 64,303 fans per game. Khan and the Jaguars have been building to this for a while, and now more fans will be able to see if they can keep the good times rolling into the 2018 season.

The Jaguars were 6-0 (including the playoffs) at home following the team's Week 8 bye.

The Jaguars also announced discounted stadium concessions and the return of loyalty pricing for season ticket members. The Jaguars said the increases will vary across seating areas.

The team's season-ticket campaign started Monday. Existing season ticket holders will have until March 9 to renew.

On top of the tarp seating announcement, the Jaguars confirmed the team will wear new uniforms this season. It seems like a new era for the franchise, and they're going all in with it.

Even with the price hike, the team projects that the Jaguars' 2018 average ticket price will still rank in the bottom eight of all 32 National Football League teams. According to the team, 5,000 new purchasers have paid deposits with hopes of locking in their seats, up from 700 at this time a year ago. The team is reportedly shedding its two-toned helmets, and the full uniform design will be revealed in April.

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