Why Don’t You Buy Bucs Tickets?

February 9th, 2010

12 Responses to “Why Don’t You Buy Bucs Tickets?”

  1. Jason Says:

    I do buy tickets…

  2. shazz Says:

    Well, I work in my business on Sundays, so I didn’t answer. If the Bucs were ever good enough again for a night game, I’d buy tickets.

  3. nick Says:

    …or none of the above. I am of the 5% of this town who is not bandwagon. I do miss Rachel Watson however

  4. Jeff Says:

    How about an option ‘because you live out of town’ and ‘I’m busy with Rachel Watson’?

  5. Florida Girl Says:

    I do buy tickets. Season tix holder for 5 years now and will continue to do so. Like Nick says, not a bandwagon fan. Granted this is not a scientific poll, but it should include the option.

  6. Sander Says:

    Because I live a couple thousand miles away.

  7. bucfanlostiniowa Says:

    Because I live in iowa

  8. Louie Says:

    Oh, come on you out of town guys! True fans would drive/fly in for all the games. 🙂

  9. timmer Says:

    See a game a year, fly from Canada to see the bucs play, Go Bucs!

  10. BucFan South Tampa Says:

    I buy tickets as well. If I refuse to go to a game because my team happens to be losing, I may as well as become a Saints fan. They are the biggest bunch of bandwagon folks around. You support a team win or lose, Glazer or Culverhouse, Gruden or Dungy, Dungy or Wyche, Griese or Simms, Sapp or No Sapp.

  11. adam Says:

    im a season tix holder for many years….and travel down for about half the games every year…however, since the economy has taken a hit and the bucs have fallen back, i come down less…last season i planned for 2 games, but only went to 1 lousy game…and this upcoming season i plan to go to 2 but who knows what the vibe of the team will be and my economic status…its quite an investment to come in for a game and watch them get thumped like 28-7 then head all the way home like “what did i do that for?”………its pretty obvious the glazers are trying to keep things status quo with the current economy, lockout potential for 2011, and their so called empty pockets………adam from ny

  12. bill Says:

    Season ticket holder since 93, 1993 now that was a bad team, but it still was the best 3 hours of the week. I plan to buy at least one more year. There is no comparison to go to the game or watch on any big TV, it’s nice to watch live and if we win go home and see it again on tape/dvr. My end zone priced seats have more than doubled since opening the Ray Jay. If you buy 8$ beers thats your choice, no one is forcing you to buy. The concession prices are consistant in Tampa as anywhere else they play pro football.