Bucs Single Game Tickets On Sale Friday

July 23rd, 2012

The Bucs announced this morning that individual tickets for all home Bucs games will be put on sale Friday at 10 a.m. with some tickets for as low as $30.

Current season ticket holders can actually buy single game tickets now. “Digital fans” will get a head start on the general population too, per a press release issued by the Bucs:

Season Pass, Stadium Club and Luxury Suite Members will have the advantage of a presale, which will start today, Monday, July 23, at 10 a.m. This presale is part of an ongoing effort to provide exclusive membership benefits.

Digital Buc Nation, those fans who follow the official Buccaneers Twitter feed or “like” the team’s official Facebook page, will enjoy a 24-hour presale, starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, July 26.

The Buccaneers kick off the 2012 regular season with a home opener against the Carolina Panthers on September 9, where the club will celebrate the NFL’s Back to Football initiative and also honor CB Ronde Barber for the achievement of his 200th consecutive start. As part of the event, fans will be treated to half-priced food and non-alcoholic drinks, free parking in select lots, and a commemorative Barber giveaway.

For Bucs fans in a fetal position because of home game blackouts, the key to ending the blackouts will be how well single-game tickets go.

If single-game ticket sales are sluggish, Joe’s belief is the new 85 percent sell out rule to avoid a blackout won’t make that much of a difference.

4 Responses to “Bucs Single Game Tickets On Sale Friday”

  1. [email protected] Roof Cleaning Says:

    I sure hope we sell out our home opener, and beat Carolina.
    But I will be pleasantly surprised, if we do.
    The local Tampa economy is pretty stagnant. Even the guy at the fruit market was crying the blues yesterday, and people have to eat.

  2. SilenceTheCritics Says:

    If you think the new black out rule wont make much of a difference, and its already been said most home games last year would of been televised under this new rule… then your predicting the home attendance will be worse this year?… I find that hard to believe after the off season we’ve had… maybe if we lose the first 4 or 5 games but I think we will start off with good attendance, atleast I’m hopeful anyways.

  3. Bucnjim Says:

    The only games I see as most likely selling out are the Panthers, Saints, Eagles (unfortunately) and maybe the Rams if we’re close to contending for a playoff spot. It really hurts to have teams like the Chargers; (who can’t sell out their stadium either) the Chiefs who don’t travel well; the Redskins early who no one is counting on to compete; and the Falcons who for whatever reason do not travel well either. I hope I’m wrong, but these teams just don’t draw much of anyone.

  4. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    Well I bought tickets without being able to attend games last year just to try to help avoid blackouts…a d it was a wasted effort because Tampa fan don’t know how to support a team…at least not the majority of Tampa fans.

    I’m physically una le to attend games but I bought those tickets anyway.

    I’m not wasting my money this year, so Tampa can make do or do without. I DON’T even live in Tampa. I love my Bucs and I proved that last year…let the local community foot the bill this year.