The Jacksonville Jaguars exploded onto the NFL scene in 1995 by only taking one season to reach their first playoff appearance in 1996. A high-powered offense led by Mark Brunell, Fred Taylor, and Jimmy Smith posed a nearly unstoppable threat that carried the team to four straight playoff appearances in the late 1990s. As quickly as the team rose to dominance, the bottom fell out, and the Jags hit a cold-streak. After some impressive draft pickups and some fresh blood in the clubhouse, the Jaguars are once again a powerhouse in the AFC South ready to pounce on any team in their way.
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TIAA Bank Field has been the home of the Jaguars since day one. Despite a few name changes, the stadium is the one constant that the city and the fans rally around. Built near the St. John’s river, the stadium holds up to 82,000 fans when expanded and can sell out for any game. Over the years, the stadium hosted some of sports and entertainment’s best events, but the biggest of all was Super Bowl 39 in 2004, which saw the highest Super Bowl turnout in over a decade.
Cheap Jacksonville Jaguars tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 403-405, putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.