Coming Up
  • Thu., Dec. 18, 2014 7:00 PM - 7:30 PM EST Live EverBank Pregame Show The EverBank Pregame Show provides analysis and commentary on the team and their opponent. Get inside info from the guys who follow the team every day. Jaguars Analyst Jeff Lageman and WJXT Sports Director Sam Kouvaris give you the last minute keys to victory and take a look around the rest of the action going on in the NFL.
  • Thu., Dec. 18, 2014 7:40 PM - 7:55 PM EST Live LIVE: Warmups Watch the Jaguars warm up for their Thursday Night Football game against the Titans at 7:40 p.m. ET.
  • Sun., Dec. 28, 2014 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM EST JAX vs HOU Gameday Central

    Get LIVE updates from the Jaguars' road matchup with the Houston Texans, starting two hours before kickoff at NRG Stadium.

  • Sun., Feb. 01, 2015 12:00 PM EST NFL-Super-Bash

    More Details Coming Soon!

  • Sun., Feb. 01, 2015 6:30 PM EST NFL Super Bowl More Details Coming Soon!


The Jaguars’ home games at EverBank Field this season are:

Thursday, Dec. 18, vs. Tennessee Titans


Jaguars single game tickets are on sale NOW!

Single game tickets may be purchased online at or, or by calling the Jaguars ticket office at 1-877-4-jags-tix or 904-633-2000.

For the first time, the Jaguars will employ variable pricing for single game tickets for their home games this season against the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants. There are no price increases for Jaguars season tickets in 2014, and single-game prices for the team’s seven other home games in Jacksonville will remain flat compared to last season as well.

The Jaguars continue to have one of the lowest average ticket prices – both season and single game – in the National Football League. Variable pricing will have no effect on season ticket members or the price they pay for their tickets. 

“In fact, the adoption of variable ticket pricing for single game purchases increases the value of Jaguars season tickets by including all games at the same lower price,” said Jaguars President Mark Lamping.  “As we have said, growing our local revenue is crucial.  Increasing our average ticket price at the gate for select, high-demand games helps us achieve that goal while, at the same time, protecting the value our season ticket holders deserve.”

Variable pricing is a concept that is in use by other NFL teams as well as in the NBA, the NHL, MLB and the NCAA to better reflect the value of tickets based on supply and demand.

The average single game variable ticket price for the Steelers game on Sunday, Oct. 5, will be about 40 percent higher than the regular single game ticket price. For the Giants game on Sunday, Nov. 30, the average single game variable price is about 20 percent higher.

The Jaguars will continue to offer a three-game mini pack that allows the purchase of great seats at a substantial discounted rate.