Down Go Ticket PricesNovember 24th, 2011
Sign of the times?
Sign of the team?
Sign of Team Glazer hearing the cries of fans?
It’s surely some combination of the three. But regardless, the Bucs have cut 2012 season ticket prices in many price ranges. The cheapo 300-level seats are now down to only $30 a head and you can pay over 10 months, per Buccaneers.com.
Many of the popular $35-season tickets will now be just $30 per game, and the previously $17.50 youth tickets for fans 16-and-under will drop to just $15 per game. A family of four would pay only $90 per game if they chose to sit in the most affordable seats.
Season passes in the lower level will also be considerably more affordable. For example, 100-level end zone tickets have gone from $89 to $75 per game. With the new prices, a family of four seeking to sit in the lower level would save $560 from last year’s season pass prices.
Joe hopes this all makes a blackout-busting difference, though Joe sadly suspects otherwise.
If the Bucs can win out, or at least head to Atlanta in January at 9-6, then that might fire up the bandwagon. But otherwise it’s probably another opening day blackout without an opponent with a huge local following.