the ticket meter on jaguars.com. As we know, blackouts are prevented by selling out the general bowl, and we are making great progress towards that goal. I am confused by something, and hope someone here can help me understand it better. Lets look at the last two sets of numbers from the ticket meter.....
As of May 27, 2010 the meter read as follows:
35,524 Season Tickets Sold
2,360 Group/Single Game Tickets Sold per Game (avg. per game)
13,073 New Sales Needed to Fill General Bowl
As of June 3, 2010 the meter read as follows:
36,397 Season Tickets Sold
2,577 Group/Single Game Tickets Sold per Game (avg. per game)
11,983 New Sales Needed to Fill General Bowl
My question is how does the Group/Single Game Tickets Sold per Game (avg. per game) number keep going up? Is it based on a percentage of sold season tickets? I only ask because I don't want the push to slow down as we get closer due to people feeling that we have it in the bag. Alfie, you have had some insight through your connections. Can you shed any light on this subject?