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Jaguars hope to avoid TV blackouts by reducing some ticket prices

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jaguars have cut ticket prices for 2010, hoping to lure back some of the 17,000 season-ticket holders who didn't renew last year.

The Jaguars have reduced season tickets in two sections in the upper deck by $90, in four sections in the lower bowl by $100 and in two club sections by $300.

The team didn't increase tickets in the general bowl for the third consecutive season. It also introduced two payment plans that allow fans to lock in 2010 prices for three years and make equal payments for those 30 games over 30 consecutive months, with no interest and no deposit.

The moves could help the Jaguars boost sales and avoid local television blackouts. The team had nine of 10 home games blacked out in 2009.

Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press

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