It seems the offseason investments in the Jaguars’ stadium has payed off.
The $63 million put into the Bank and the world’s largest video boards have led to the Sunday (or upcoming Thursday) game-day experience being ranked at the top in the NFL.
The Jacksonville Daily Record is reporting that the NFL’s “Voice of the Fan” survey, where the league surveys season ticket holders and single game buyers, shows the Jags in the top 3 of all eight categories, and no. 1 for in-game enhancements, game entertainment and ease of arriving and leaving the stadium.
This won’t come as a surprise to any fan that has enjoyed the stadium this season. The massive video boards, and the gimmicks that come with it — Bortles Kombat, a “Game of Thrones” and “True Detective” intro featuring Jags’ players as the cast, and many other amenities that the 362-foot video boards offer.
We can’t forget Jaxson, continuing to entertain as only the leagues’ best mascot can, have added another element to Sundays that other teams do not have.
All that before even mentioning the pools and the cabana club that have been talked about over and over again. As the Jaguars continue to grow their young team on the field, the fans are getting treated with a top-notch experience that is the best in the NFL. No other team was in the top 5 in all eight categories of the survey.
The results are from the first seven games of the season, and the rest will be released after the end of the season. The Jags showed their youth again last Sunday, but the stadium experience helps fans enjoy themselves.