Who says the Bucs don’t get national media attention?
Why even the queen of financial yentas, Suze Orman, took on the prospect of determining whether some dude with a fat wallet should buy a pair of Bucs season tickets for $2,995 the other day on CNBC. Here’s the video below.
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10 Responses to “Can This Guy Afford Bucs Tickets?”
Well, I am 56 years old, and I don’t make 9,000 dollars a month like this 37 year old does. My living expenses are not what his are either, I own my truck, and owe less on my house.
I love Tampa Football, I just can’t afford to spend nearly 3,000.00 right now on Seasons Tickets. Even if I could, I think it is a rip off.
actually that price is for club 3, not club 1. so he’ll be sitting high & near or in the end zone. What he doesn’t realize is that he’s going to have to put up the same amount of money in a seat deposit that he won’t see for at least 5 years.
Well I used to pay $3000 for 4 tickets in the 300′s on the west side 30 yard line. That became to much. Then the Bucs lowered the price of my type of seats and instituted youth tickets. My 4 $3000 seats became 4 seats for $1800. And I moved to the 45 yard line. – still in the 300′s.
$3000 for 2 seats ! I wouldn’t even give it the time of day. Even for Club seats.