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Jaguars confirm lower-level sellout for Patriots, Steelers games

Yes, I know it’s an old picture. It’s from the last time the Jaguars played a Sunday Night Football game.

Pittsburgh Steelers v Jacksonville Jaguars Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced today that lower-level single-game tickets are sold out for both the regular season home opener versus the New England Patriots and the Sunday Night Football matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Very limited inventory to these games remains as part of full season ticket packages, which are only available until June 30 at current pricing.

The 2018 season ticket campaign began in early February with loyalty pricing available to existing season ticket members during a designated three-week renewal window. To date, nearly 90 percent of all 2017 Jaguars season ticket members have renewed and will be back at TIAA Bank Field for another season. The team began outreach to deposit holders in early April and opened access to the public a few weeks later. As of today, the Jaguars have sold an NFL-leading 10,000 new season tickets.

Single-game tickets went on sale April 19 with the release of the 2018 NFL schedule. High demand has resulted in a lower-level single-game ticket sellout for both games against New England and Pittsburgh. Single-game tickets remain available for all other home games, but are selling quickly.

Less than 1,000 seats remain in the US Assure Club and lower bowl, which are now reserved for season ticket packages only. Fans wanting to secure their seats and take advantage of introductory season ticket member pricing must act before June 30, after which prices will rise an average of 10 percent across a majority of remaining inventory.

The Jaguars are preparing to host one of their most competitive and intriguing home schedules in years this season. In addition to their AFC South division rivals, the Jaguars’ home schedule features premium matchups against the New England Patriots, New York Jets and Washington. The Jaguars will return to prime time at home for the first time in a decade with a SundayNight Football showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 18.