The Jaguars will remove additional tarps at EverBank Field for the team's final home game this Sunday against the Patriots due to high demand for tickets. The tarps covering section 442 will be removed and a limited number of tickets for that section are now available. The team previously removed tarps from section 404 for the Dec. 9 game against the Jets, and has already sold most of the tickets in that section for the Patriots game. The tarps were taken off section 403 for the Oct. 7 Bears-Jaguars game (Jaguars).
ROAD WARRIORS: The Warriors following a 6-1 road trip surpassed 11,000 full-season tickets sold for this season. Since the road trip began on Dec. 5, the team has sold over 700 new full-season tickets. The Warriors are currently one of eight NBA teams to have sold more than 11,000 full-season tickets (Warriors).
LIGHTNING STRIKES: Lightning Exec VP/Communications Bill Wickett said that “about 100 Lightning season-ticket accounts have been canceled” due to the NHL lockout. In Tampa, Damian Cristodero reports the team “gives fans three ways to manage their season tickets during the lockout.” A ticket holder making no changes gets 10% interest "toward food, beverages and merchandise.” Fans also can receive 5% interest "paid in monthly installments following any missed games to be applied to the playoffs, if there are any, or the 2013-14 season.” The third option is what one fan called "financial divorce” (TAMPA BAY TIMES, 12/19).