Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Bucs Further Reduce Season Ticket Prices

With attendance languishing near the bottom of the league, the Bucs have announced plans to further reduce the price of some season tickets next year.  It's the fifth straight year without increases, according to a press release:
 On Tuesday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced their 2013 season pass pricing, featuring lower prices for 35% of seats and marking the fifth straight year without price increases. Season passes again begin as low as $30 per game for adults and $15 for children, meaning a family of four can attend a game for just $90.

“Nothing beats the live experience of Raymond James Stadium on Sundays, and our number one goal is to provide an affordable, enjoyable, and safe gameday experience for the entire family,” said Buccaneers Co-Chairman Ed Glazer.

Season pass members will continue to realize substantial savings and benefits. In most instances, individual tickets cost 20% more than season passes. Additionally, season pass members receive flexible payment options, as well as discounted parking, concessions and merchandise.

For more information on 2013 season passes or to speak with a Buccaneers account representative, please contact the ticket office at 866-582-BUCS (2827) or check out the Raymond James Stadium Virtual Venue on Buccaneers.com for 3D views of available seating options. Current season pass members should expect to be contacted by their dedicated member relations associate in the coming weeks.

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