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New payment option for 2010

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The Jacksonville Jaguars announced today that they will become the third team in the National Football League to offer the noncredit-based payment option, eLayawaySPORTS, for season ticket purchases.

"We have found that many of our fans want payment flexibility. They want to pay for their tickets over a six-month or 12-month span," said Tim Connolly, senior vice president of business development for the Jaguars. "eLayaway makes it easy for them to do just that, and we are pleased to offer this convenient option."

eLayawaySPORTS will give Jaguars fans the opportunity to pre-pay for their 2010 season tickets through an automated weekly or monthly payment schedule that meets their individual lifestyle and budget. Ticket holders will have up to 12 months – through July 1, 2010 – to pay for their 2010 season tickets. As with traditional eLayaway transactions, season tickets will be delivered once the order is paid in full.

Ticket holders who utilize this payment technology for the 2010 season will pay a flat 1.9% transaction fee when they set up their order through eLayawaySPORTS.

"The Jaguars are a perfect example of a team that truly cares about their fans in these economic times. We are very excited to see the full potential of eLayawaySPORTS being offered over a 12-month period for both new and existing season ticket holders," said Sergio Pinon, CEO for eLayaway.

For details, please visit jaguars.com or call 877.4.JAGS.TIX. For more information on the eLayawaySPORTS payment option, please contact the eLayaway Merchant Relations Team at 877.352.9292 or visit eLayawaySPORTS.com.

About eLayaway™

eLayaway is an online layaway payment solution that lets shoppers pay over time for their purchases on a schedule that fits their lifestyle and budget. Charged a small, flat 1.9% transaction fee, the consumer receives their merchandise once all payments are made in full. For more information visit www.eLayaway.com.

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