The Jacksonville Jaguars see a money making opportunity and they are going for it.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have gotten off to a slow start attendance-wise, but that all could change if Gardner Minshew continues to play well, so the franchise is basically hoping they can lean into the Minshew Mania to reinvigorate the fan base to come out and support the team.
The Jaguars are offering a Minshew Mini Pack for their next two home games, on Oct. 13 against the New Orleans Saints and on Oct. 27 against the New York Jets. Once fans purchase that, they will also receive gear that matches the signature look of the backup QB: a bandana and mustache.
Tickets for the first game range from $49 to $600.
What makes this even better is fans will also get field access with those tickets.
The Jaguars currently rank 28th in the league with 58,385 fans per home game, which is a sharp dropoff from the 2018 season where they ranked 17th with an average of 66,674 tickets sold.
The team is 2-2 on the year, tied with every other AFC South team in the division.