Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Bucs Lower Season Tickets 20 Percent

According to the front page of the Bucs' website today, 2011 season tickets will cost fans 20 percent less than they did in 2010, a season in which the Bucs couldn't sell out a single game.

"Our organization has spent a lot of time listening to our fans at this time when our team is thriving and our economy is not. As a result, we are now offering several pricing changes in response to our community’s needs,” Buccaneers Co-Chairman Joel Glazer said in a press release.

Adult tickets now start at $35 per game, with youth tickets starting at $17.50. Parking and concessions have also been discounted for season ticket-holders.

However, don't expect to go to Buccaneers.com for any other information...at last check, the landing page contained just two links: one to chat with a ticket rep live and one to buy tickets on Ticketmaster.

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