Single-Game Bucs Ticket Sales Halted For Bears, Giants And Cowboys Games

July 23rd, 2015

Raymond_James_Stadium02Man, Joe sure hopes the Bucs find a way to win a home game(s) this year, unlike in 2014.

At least the Den of Depression wasn’t flooded too often last year — Packers crazies were the exception — with fans of opposing teams.

That won’t be the case in 2015.

The Bucs have halted sales of individual game tickets to the Giants at Bucs (Nov. 8), Cowboys at Bucs (Nov. 15), and Bears at Bucs (Dec. 27). Today, Ticketmaster, the single-game processor used by the Bucs, has a message on the pages dedicated to sales of those games. It reads, “No seats from venue right now.”

TicketMaster has plenty of tickets for those dates via its scalping fan resale option.

The lure of Jameis Wiston and Marcus Mariota facing off in Tampa on opening day has yet to sell out. And the Bucs have group tickets available for all dates.

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29 Responses to “Single-Game Bucs Ticket Sales Halted For Bears, Giants And Cowboys Games”

  1. Don Says:

    So.. did they halt sales because visiting teams fans are buying th

  2. University of Seffner Says:

    I expect the stadium to be half or more Cowboys fans will be in the stadium, unless if we are winning.

  3. Howard Cosell Says:

    Best thing to do (as owners) when you run a franchise into
    the ground is to blame the fans….or the coaches…..or the players

  4. Buccfan37 Says:

    I think the first home game opener will be a near sellout. Win some home and away early games in exciting fashion and the visiting team fans will be less.

  5. Luther Says:

    I’m going to the Titans and Cowboys games.

  6. flmike Says:

    Me and the Mrs will be at the Bears game, we’ll be the couple brawling in the stands when the Bucs beat her Bears

  7. CreamsicleBananaHammock Says:

    As annoying as it is to be in a stadium full of visiting team fans, there really is nothing better than sending them home sad. It’s just so damn enjoyable walking out of the stadium, talking smack and laughing at them after they get their tails kicked in.

    Just need the home team to win to take advantage of that

  8. hertz Says:


    I hear you, but there’s nothing worse than leaving RayJay as the visiting fans are doing that to you. It’s happened a lot the last 10 years.

  9. Cannuckbuc Says:

    Lol flmike sounds like my wife and I when the Bucs play Washington.I wish that I lived close enough to attend the stadium.I live in Canada and have wanted to go there since they built it.(wishful thinking lol)

  10. Danr Says:

    i was at the Washington game. the metro ride back was rough. I donned my jacket

  11. Buc-A-New Says:

    I am finally home from work and this place is ded.

  12. Sick of the Wait Says:


    There arent any controversial Winston articles on right now to inspire a heated debate amongst a divided nation of hard-headed, stubborn, unapologetic, one-way Bucs fans.

  13. Sick of the Wait Says:

    The Revis article was a good one but it went down earlier today.

  14. Buc-A-New Says:

    @Sick of the Wait, is that just this set of commenters on this site, or Bucs fans in general?

  15. BucsFan85 Says:

    Hey is it bad that I have watched all of last seasons games in the off season for a fix? I am so tired of waiting. I know you guys have to agree.

  16. Buc1987 Says:

    University of Seffner Says:
    July 23rd, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    “I expect the stadium to be half or more Cowboys fans will be in the stadium, unless if we are winning.”

    Winning or not..

  17. Buc1987 Says:

    85….I can’t watch any game from last season’s train wreck. I do however keep it all tucked into the back of my mind though.

  18. BucsFan85 Says:

    87 I know it was shameful.. I just like taking a little bit better look at players and you know how when you watch a game your adrenaline is going and sometimes you overlook things. (Althouh last season some things were worth overlooking) I will say the few good memories of last season were skins and steelers games.

  19. Buc1987 Says:

    85 as I posted earlier on another thread.

    Futility makes winning that much sweeter. Meaning we will all enjoy the winning a whole lot more once it starts. Having gone through so much hell before it.

    It works for me, and that’s how I survive being a Bucs fan.

  20. BucsFan85 Says:

    I hear ya, we as fans have endured alot over the years. That’s what separates true fans and those who jump on/off the bandwagon. Back in the glory days, when we won, we won big. 2-3 pick sixes in one game, multiple sacks, and just the intimidation in general. No offense wanted to play us. We will be there again.

  21. Buc1987 Says:

    85…something tells me we’re going to put the fear in teams via our offense in the future rather than the D. The NFL is moving towards a more offensive friendly game these days. I kinder more gentle game. I don’t like it one bit, but it’s what’s been going on.

    Could be why Lovie keeps going all O in the last 2 drafts…

  22. BucsFan85 Says:

    I know love/drafting offense? I see the way it’s going too. I am still a defensive guy. I was 17 when the 2002 defense brought us the the Super Bowl. Love the Tampa 2. We just need to have all the right pieces and we could be there again. Although you kind of have to modify the Tampa 2 these days.

  23. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Doesn’t matter to me. My heart can’t take attending games anymore. To much stress.

  24. BucsFan85 Says:

    Yeah bonzai stress=no good. Games may be easier to stomach this year. I am optimistic, we have to be. Every year we do this and every year we will continue to support our team regardless.

  25. Buc-A-New Says:

    Amen 85. We sucked so bad back in 85 when I was a frosh in college that my dad used to give me all four tickets to every game so I could take my buddies. We knew we were gonna lose but it was a chance for us to drink beer and watch some good hitting…………. Ah those were the losing days. I hope they are a thing of the past for a bit.

  26. Danati74 Says:

    This year has to be better than the last couple. If Winston gets the nod. We will get to watch our new franchise QB. Has to be better than watching McClown and Glennon. The last hame I watched in a stadium was in Jersey when our Bucs played the Jets. Man, what a waste of money. Also trying to teach my wife football and show her my team. Free was garbage that game. Thats when I was done with him. Now alot of excitement. Alot of optimism…alot of hope. Dont think we are going to the SB, but we will be relevent.

  27. SchlomieBarMitzvahCircumScissorStein Says:

    I’m going to watch all the games from either The Brickhouse or the comfort of my own home. This way I don’t get taken advantage of via’ overpriced bad food and overpriced beer.

  28. BlogTalkFootball Says:

    I wonder if the Bucs losing is better for beer sales at RayJay…hmmm.

  29. Greg Says:

    Sorry bucs fans but as long as Lovie is the coach we will not be contenders.
    Lovie = Fail