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Jaguars Invite Fans To Attend "Open House" Season Ticket Sales Event On Saturday, April 19 At The St

Jaguars fans are being given an opportunity to purchase season tickets and try out their new seats during the Jaguars Open House Season Ticket Sales event at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium on Saturday, April 19 from 9:00am-4:00pm.

Fans will get the chance to "test drive" any available seats they are interested in at the Open House event before purchasing their chosen seats, as the Jaguars make remaining 2008 season ticket seat inventory available to the public.

Season ticket prices start at $390 for the Jaguars' 10 home games which include matchups with the Indianapolis Colts, Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns. There are still some great seats available throughout the stadium for purchase although availability in the 100-level of the general bowl is limited.

Existing season ticket holders – who have been renewing at record rates this year – are currently in the process of a five-day relocation event, where they may relocate or add seats to their current season ticket accounts. With season ticket renewal rates high, ticket availability for single games this year is expected to be limited, therefore, the Jaguars are encouraging new fans to attend the Open House event as the best way to secure their seats for every game during the 2008 season.

Jaguars Ticketing Representatives will be on hand in the Bud Zone during the Open House event to help fans locate the best seats available and purchase season tickets for the 2008 season. The event will be limited to season ticket sales, with group tickets and single game tickets (if available) going on sale later in the year. Season tickets are also available for purchase by visiting

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