Sunday’s Game Is Sold Out

December 10th, 2013

Before this season started, Bucs executives talked about how offseason ticket sales had picked up and were showing glimpses of a “glory years” pace. Well, there’s more evidence now that fans are continuing to respond.

The Bucs announced today that Sunday’s Niners-Bucs game, the home season finale, is sold out.

Winning three in a row at home doesn’t hurt, and neither does having a mighty Niners team in the building. Joe also knows many women will do anything to get within 100 yards of Colin Kaepernick.

Bucs fans yearning to spend money can gobble up cheap season tickets for next season at Donations to Joe also are always accepted.

10 Responses to “Sunday’s Game Is Sold Out”

  1. McBuc Says:

    Off topic, but I love that data recovery chick in the Bucs shirt!

  2. The_Buc_Realist Says:

    Freeman = Blackouts, Glennon = Sellouts!!!

    Nuff said!!!

  3. RealityCheck Says:

    Every game this season has been filled with fans from the opposing team. I’ve heard the “defense” chant several times while OUR offense was on the field. With the recent home wins, the opposing fans haven’t had much to cheer about. Hopefully that will continue this week!

  4. satchel page Says:

    Everytime there is a “sell out” my section is about 60% opposing fans. Fans are responding to the opponet not the Rutgerneers.

  5. bigpoppabuc Says:

    I think the Bucs win on Sunday… Loooong trip from San Fran and this defense is really blossoming right now.

  6. BucFan 20 Says:

    Look at the Bucs Hawks game the defense blew. Now look at the Niner Hawks game Sunday. Can we pull it off. If the OL holds and the Defense plays like last week. Yes we will.

  7. Adam L. Says:

    Of course it sold out. The 49er Bandwagoners dusted off their gear from 1995 and are ready to see a game.

  8. Bobby Says:

    Say what you will…this team is fun to watch here lately.

  9. patrickbucs Says:

    There have always been opposing fans in when they were good. Tampa is a huge vacation and relocation spot. Same thing in a lot of other stadiums as well like Dallas.

    Only 3 games this year I think were not technically sell outs: Buffalo, Atlanta, Arizona. Let’s see how we do this week against a real team again, Glennon better have his head on a swivel!

  10. BucsFan68 Says:

    Sell out has nothing to do with Glennon