• Jaguars sell unused playoff game ticket inventory in minutes

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    UPDATE, 3:54 p.m. Thursday: The Jags said their final allotment of tickets sold out in three minutes flat. 

    Original story below:

    The Jacksonville Jaguars are AFC South Division champions and will host the Buffalo Bills in an AFC Wild Card matchup on Sunday, January 7 at EverBank Field.  

    On Thursday, Jaguars fans will have one last chance to get in the game.   

    The team announced Wednesday that a limited amount of unused ticket inventory will go on sale to the general public on Thursday at 3 p.m. via www.jaguars.com/playoffs. This includes any remaining unused inventory from parties such as the NFL, visiting team, player families and internal holds as well as an additional 400 standing room-only tickets.  

    Tickets will only be available online and no walk-up requests will be taken at the box office. There is a two-ticket limit for online sales on Thursday.  

    Due to the short turnaround and to ensure easy transactions, playoff tickets will be delivered only to a mobile device via the Official Jacksonville Jaguars app. Fans should ensure they have downloaded the correct app and logged in ahead of the game.

    For detailed, step-by-step instructions on accessing tickets for game entry, fans should visit www.jaguars.com/mytickets

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