Bucs Slash Ticket Prices

December 11th, 2012

“Good move, Glazer. Now get the beer to pour at 36.9 degrees.”

Determined to obliterate local blackouts, in part by rewarding serious Bucs fans, Team Glazer has slashed prices for 35 percent of all season tickets, so the Buccaneers announced today.

All kinds of price points and virtual field views can be seen on Buccaneers.com. The lowest price season tickets remains at $30 for adults. The cheapest lower level season ticket has dropped from $75 to $65 next year.

Joe’s not sure this will generate a stampede of new season ticket holders. But it’s a wise and appropriate move.

8 Responses to “Bucs Slash Ticket Prices”

  1. Buc Fan #238 Says:

    Is it me or is everyone getting into brewing their own beer?

    Some have the Mr. Beer kits, some have buckets and some have carboys. Some use bottles, some use kegs. But everone seems to be doing it!

    I would invite Greg over anytime and with my beer fridge set up, I could pour him a beer at 37 degrees.

  2. Orlandobucfan Says:


  3. 911bucs Says:

    Wonder how much the club level seats were slashed? Only way to go.

  4. jfgobucs Says:

    Since the Season pass holder already have tickets…are they giving us a discount ?…..”Right”

    This is a problem with the Buccaneers organization…they don’t do anything for the season ticket holder…it’s for those that didn’t by tickets
    this will bite them in the ARSE…come renewal time

  5. Morgan Says:

    LOL – just canceled my tickets for 2013 this a.m. Was under the monthly payment plan. Getting refund of what I’ve paid into the Bucs’ coffer.

  6. Morgan Says:

    Paying full price for meaningless preseason games and making them mandatory for season ticket packages is another annoying thing the NFL does to its customers.

  7. Robert Says:

    Season pass members will pay the reduced price. I checked with my rep today and my payment plan was adjusted to match

  8. Matt B Says:

    Jfgobucs –

    You’re clueless. If ticket prices in your section were reduced in price, you get the reduced rate too. My prices have gone down like 4 of the past 5 seasons. They are less than half of what they went for 5 years ago (300-level sideline). Plus, they have been doing a lot of extra things for season ticket holders this year. For instance I ate and drank a bunch of free food at the Fan Fest/Autograph event. I get discounted parking and concessions too. It seems things have changed a lot at the Bucs. Get your head out of the sand.