The Jacksonville Jaguars’ average season ticket price will go up 2.4 per cent for the 2019 season, its 25th season in the NFL.
More than half of all other tickets for games at TIAA Bank Field will cost less than they did in 2018 or the same.
The team, which will also play one home game in London at Wembley Stadium, believes it will have the lowest average ticket price in the league again this year.
“Creating a distinct home-field advantage for our team remains a priority, which is why we continue to provide a low entry point to season ticket membership,” senior vice president of sales and service and chief content officer for the Jaguars, Chad Johnson, said.
“As a relatively young team in the life of the NFL, every new fan in the stands provides a building block for the next great chapter in this franchise.”
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