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Titans offerings fans chance to buy cardboard cutouts for home opener

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If you’re still sad about the mayors decision to prohibit Titans fans from being in the stands for the home opener, there’s a different, more creative way you can occupy a seat for the Titans home opener on September 20th against the Jaguars.

The Titans are offering season ticket holders a chance to buy a cardboard cutout with their picture to fill a seat for just $50. The proceeds from the sales will benefit the Tennessee Titans Foundation.

There’s been no official word regarding if non-season ticket holders can also purchase the cutouts, or if the price point will be different for those fans.

Cutouts will be placed in the end zone sections.

The cutout idea is a good one. We’ve seen something similar in baseball and soccer games around the world. The fact that it will benefit charity is even better. To add a little incentive, the cutouts can be collected later in the year. Talk about a cool memory!

There is a lot of time between now and the Titans second home game on October 4th against the Steelers. The hope here, obviously, is that the COVID numbers will be better at that point. That would hopefully allow there to be fans in at least a limited capacity later in the season.

This is a limited time opportunity through Friday, August 28th at 5 p.m. Limited quantities available.

Click here to make your purchase.