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Jacksonville Jaguars fans can watch the game from a poolside cabana-- for only $12,500

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Who needs a suite when you can watch an NFL game from the pool?  The Jacksonville Jaguars pulled 9,500 seats out of the north end zone of their stadium to make room for a party deck which includes two pools and 16 spa cabanas.  

According to the Jaguars' website, along with pool access, fans will sit in relaxing lounge furniture, with TVs and an all-inclusive food and drink option-- which includes beer and wine.  The north end zone spa cabanas will hold up to 200 people, and you can rent a whole cabana for just $12,500 per game ($250 per person) for 50 people.

The north end zone party cabanas section will hold up to 140 people.  There's no pool access, but you can rent one of the 14 cabanas (which each hold 20 people), and still include lounge furniture, TVs, fans and all-inclusive food and drinks for $175 per person per game.

Finally, there's a separate north end zone bar rail area, which doesn't include pool access or cabanas, but is available for season pricing at $150 per game.  Fans who sit there will still get the all-inclusive food and drink option.  

The Jaguars say the new options are geared toward businesses who want to entertain clients or treat their own employees.  

In addition to the north end zone changes, the Jaguars have added field seats (with the all-inclusive option) offered at $350 each per game with season pricing, and kickoff club tables with private, four person tables at the top of the 100 level between the 20-yard lines.  Those start at $350 each per game with season pricing.

In all, EverBank Field is getting $63 million in renovations, which also include the largest HD LED video screens in the world.
 
Of course, there's one catch: The Jaguars have only won 11 games in the last three seasons-- so you might be more excited about the new seats than what's happening on the field. 
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