08/01/2014 12:52 PM -

JACKSONVILLE – The Jacksonville Sharks announced during last Saturday’s Fan Appreciation Night game that the team is offering a new incentive for longtime Season Ticket Holders. Season Ticket Holders who have owned their seats for five consecutive seasons will have the cost of their current seats locked in for life, regardless of any future pricing changes.

“We are extremely thankful for the support of our loyal Season Ticket Holders,” Sharks Owner and Vice President of Ticketing Steve Curran said. “We are proud to reward the ticket holders who have been with us for the last five years, while also providing an incentive that newer season ticket holders can look forward to in the near future.”

As of now, fans that have held season tickets for the first five years of Sharks football are eligible for this price lockdown, which will remain in effect for as long as that fan continues to be a Season Ticket Holder. Going forward, any fan that owns season tickets for five consecutive seasons will have their ticket price locked at the end of their fifth year. For example, a fan that came on board as a Season Ticket Holder for 2012 and kept their season tickets throughout would have their prices locked after the 2016 season.

Sharks season tickets for the 2015 season are now available, starting as low as $99 for two seats. Fans who would like to purchase season tickets, or have questions about this price freeze or any other aspect of becoming a Season Ticket Holder are asked to call the Sharks Ticket Office at 904-621-0700.

About the Jacksonville Sharks

The Jacksonville Sharks are members of the Arena Football League (AFL). The ArenaBowl XXIV and four-time South Division Champions are presented by Sea Best Seafood and play all home games on Sea Best Field at the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. Season Tickets for the 2015 season are now available, two tickets for as low as $99. To purchase your season tickets or for more information, please call (904) 621-0700. Follow the Sharks on facebook at and on Twitter @jaxsharks, as well as the Attack Dance Team at and Chum at

About the AFL

Since its inception in 1987, the Arena Football League has showcased a fast-paced and exciting game to millions of fans in a myriad of markets across the country. The ESPN family of networks and CBS Sports Network will nationally broadcast AFL games each week for the entire season. The AFL schedule then culminates with the ArenaBowl Championship game live on ESPN.