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Jacksonville Jaguars announce sale of souvenir club seats



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars today announced that a limited number of souvenir club seats will be available for purchase.  Fans interested in taking home a piece of EverBank Field history can visit to get complete details.

As part of ongoing improvements to EverBank Field, all of the seats in the US Assure Clubs have been removed to make way for new patios and brand new padded seating.  Fewer than 1,000 pairs of these original seats will be made available for the souvenir sale.  One hundred percent of the proceeds generated from the sale will go back into the renovations of EverBank Field. 

"These seats have stood witness to some of the biggest moments in Jaguars history, not to mention epic college football matchups, heart-pounding musical performances and a Super Bowl," said Jaguars President Mark Lamping.  "We're excited to give fans a chance to take home such a unique piece of memorabilia."

On Tuesday, April 26, souvenir seats will be available to renewed Jaguars BLACK members and all 2016 season ticket members.  Any remaining seats will then be offered to the general public beginning Thursday, April 28.  Each pair will come with a certificate of authenticity.  Fans interested in getting an up-close look at this one-of-a-kind collectable can visit the sales table on the west concourse near section 115 during Thursday night's Bud Light Draft Show presented by PRI Productions. 

Seats will be sold only in pairs at a cost of $250 per pair plus applicable sales tax and fees.  Customers are limited to purchasing three pair.  Each pair of seats is bolted together and comes with an additional base to be attached at home for easy display.  A pair of seats will come "as is" and specific seats or rows will not be available for request. A variety of local shipping and pick up options are available. 

Complete details and purchasing specifics are available at  

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