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Sunday's Wild-Card playoff between the Jaguars and New England

Patriots will be televised locally because this morning fans bought

the 2,100 tickets that needed to be sold for the blackout to be lifted.

However, about 2,000 tickets remain, "so fans who want to attend

the game should still keep coming and keep calling," said Bill

Prescott, Jaguars vice president, chief financial officer. "We want

to beat the stadium attendance record that was set last Monday

night." That's when 74,143 fans attended the Jaguars-Steelers

regular-season finale.

The blackout was lifted not as a result of a company stepping

forward to purchase the remaining tickets, but because of the

tremendous support of the Jaguars' fans.

The Jaguars Ticket office will be open until 6:00 today, and tickets

can also be purchased by telephone at (904) 633-2000 or (800)

618-8005. Tickets are priced at $35, $45, $60 and $85.

The Will Call windows at the North End Zone will open at 9:00 a.m.

Sunday for fans who have yet to pick up their tickets and those who

ordered by phone, but they are urged to come early to avoid the

lines. A photo ID will be required to pick up tickets at Will Call.

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