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Jaguars introduce 2011 'Half Pack' half-season tickets

The Jaguars have released a limited number of five-game "Half Pack" half-season tickets that are now available for sale to the general public.

The Half Pack offers fans the opportunity to purchase the same seat for five of the Jaguars' 2011 home games at EverBank Field, starting at $250.

Fans can choose the "Teal Pack" and the "Black Pack" half-season packages and can pay in full or select a four-payment, interest-free payment plan to purchase the packs.

Both packs include the preseason game against the St. Louis Rams on September 1st.

The "Teal Pack" also features the September 11thregular season opener against the Tennessee Titans, the Monday Night game against the Baltimore Ravens on October 24th and the games against the Houston Texans on November 27thand Tampa Bay Buccaneers on December 11th.

The "Black Pack" also includes the games against the New Orleans Saints on October 2nd, the Cincinnati Bengals on October 9th, the Monday Night game against the San Diego Chargers on December 5thand the January 1stmatch-up against the Indianapolis Colts.

Half Packs seats are available throughout the General Bowl and in select sections of the Touchdown Club until September 1st, 2011. Fans can save up to 17% on the cost of their tickets with the Half Packs when compared to game day prices.

Fans interested in purchasing Half Pack tickets should call (904) 633-2000 or visit www.jaguars.com/halfpacks.

The "Teal Pack"    The "Black Pack"

St. Louis Rams  * Thurs., Sept 1, 7:30pm  St. Louis Rams   *  Thurs., Sept.1, 7:30pm

Tennessee Titans     Sun., Sept. 11, 1:00pm*  New Orleans Saints* Sun., Oct. 2, 1:00pm    

Baltimore Ravens     Mon., Oct. 24, 8:30pm* Cincinnati Bengals  *Sun., Oct. 9, 1:00 pm

Houston TexansSun., Nov. 27, 1:00pm* San Diego Chargers  Mon., Dec. 5, 8:30pm

Tampa Bay Buccaneers *Sun., Dec. 11, 1:00pm Indianapolis Colts*    Sun., Jan. 1, 1:00pm  

*Kickoff time subject to change with NFL Flex Scheduling

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