Bucs-Titans Tickets Getting Hotter

September 2nd, 2015

bucs cheerleader 0918Perhaps the clash between Marcus Mariota and America’s Quarterback, Jameis Winston, will draw a beer-soaked sellout to the stadium on Dale Mabry Highway in 11 short afternoons.

Regardless, this Bucs-Titans ticket is getting a lot hotter.

For those seeking a deal, the $30 seats are gone from Ticketmaster, and a sprinkling of $42 seats remain there. StubHub.com options start at $45. Processing fees are added to all of those rates.

Joe’s friends at Ticket Monster sell all Bucs tickets via electronic download and there are no hidden fees. But right now, there available seats are starting at $54. You could have bought those same opening-day tickets there over the weekend for $45.

Joe must assume the raucous crowd for the 4:25 p.m. will be nearly all Bucs fans. How refreshing! Titans fans aren’t known for traveling. (Would you travel to see that team?)

Joe sure hopes it’s the start of a new era — and not the continuation of the old one.


36 Responses to “Bucs-Titans Tickets Getting Hotter”

  1. JabooBuc Says:

    “You motor boatn’ SOB”

  2. JAB83 Says:

    Not that hot!!!!!!! Wowsers…. At least I will have something worth watching either way;-)

  3. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    I’m really hoping this team comes out pissed off on September 13. Surely by now they are sick and tired of all the criticisms and negativity they’ve been hearing. The offensive line should have a huge chip on their shoulder to actually attempt and block someone. GMC and the rest of the line has got to be fuming as well. Go Bucs!!!

  4. Buc1987 Says:

    Hawaiian Buc…with constant roster turnover because we keep getting a new coach every 2 years most of the team is not used to the losing at all.

    Only a handful. lol

  5. JC De La Torre Says:

    Got mine and I’m ready to see the Jameis Winston era begin in Tampa Bay.

    May it reign long and prosper.

  6. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    That is great news. What would happen if we actually had a home field advantage? Of course that cuts both ways. If they play unispired like they did against the Brownies the boos will be that much louder.

    But I have faith in the boys. Go Bucs.

  7. Buc1987 Says:

    SPBF…I’m the loudest fan in that stadium. Another thing is, I never boo though. I can’t bring myself to do it. Perhaps I should though. Perhaps they need to hear it. I did bring that THIS SUCKS sign though once. That was the most fun I’ve ever had at a Bucs game, unfortunately the fun had nothing to do with the play on the field. It was all the fans I met and took pictures with the sign, probably over 75 different fans and that’s no lie. Still got the sign hanging up in my Buc cave. Maybe that’s why I’ve been so negative lately. I look at that sign about 50 times a day.

  8. Willy D Buc Says:

    We’ll be there, per usual, screaming for our Bucs and yelling disruptive obscenities at the Tittans, er, Tennessee team!

  9. MonsGM Says:

    Got mine on row A west side. So damn excited for this year!

  10. Richbucsfan Says:

    Got mine, too. Living room suite Row 1 Seat A

  11. Danr Says:


    i hear that seat has a great view, and A GREAT selection of food!

  12. Tom Edrington Says:

    Bucs vs. The Tennessee Tuxedos

  13. JAB83 Says:

    Danr, even better than the food is the free vip parking, cheap beer and clean bathrooms… Only thing it lacks is the smells atmosphere and comroderie… But you ain’t missing none of that with a sorry team… In which case, WE NO LONGER HAVE 🙂

  14. The original "Kevin" Says:

    I hope we get the Monday night team…..

  15. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Buc1987 Says
    “with constant roster turnover because we keep getting a new coach every 2 years”

    And yet, if we go 0-3 to start the season, you are already talking about getting a billboard to run off yet another coach. Brilliant.

  16. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    I hear ya! When my wife and I bought our first season tickets to the Lightning the Davidson group had just taken over. They truly fixed the franchise and we got to see a Stanley Cup Championship.

    But that first year was truly pathetic. Aging stars collecting paychecks…kids like Vinny and Brad Richards just finding their way into the league. Does this sound familiar?

    The funniest video was on the Scoreboard jumbotron one game. Stephane Richer a great player in his final year was totally bored with the entire deal, just cashing a check. Again sound familiar? The scoreboard cam caught him during a stoppage in play on the bench bopping his head to the music like Beavis and Butthead…just lost in the music..hockey game..what hockey game? LOL
    His teammates nudged him, he looked up and saw himself on camera and immediately stopped bopping and acted serious. The entire Forum erupted in laughter at him…all 3,000 of us.

    It’s all got to start somewhere. As you’ve read I’m genuinely hopeful and in no small part because of your guy. He’s only going to get better, as will this OL.

    I know people think I’m wacky for the ten wins…I respect that people joke about me for that optimism. I honestly believe compared to other team’s talent we have 8-8 talent…I’m hoping intangibles and the luck of the Irish (mine) will give us that other two wins.

  17. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    I expect no win on the 13th.

    If we get one, I will be more than happy. But I don’t expect it. We had the first pick That means no team is worse than us.

    That means we need the most time to develop. 6 weeks for the oline. Run game maybe a little sooner.

    Defense will be good by game 2, but then the injuries will start coming (if not in game one)

  18. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    I do think we could see some sort of winning streak in the second half of the season. I just don’t think it will be in time to get us anywhere.

    Next year is the year I’m counting on most. This year? Develop the talent we have so it’s ready for next year.

  19. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:


  20. tmaxcon Says:


    hilarious… but unfortunately also maybe very accurate…

  21. Seminole Bill Says:

    Last year I could have thrown a rock from my seats and not hit anyone else……unless it was a Green Bay game in which case green and gold jerseys outnumbered pewter and red by five to one. Hopefully not this year!!!!!

  22. DefenseRules Says:

    Too many Negative Nellies folks. These are the two worst teams from 2014 playing in their first real game of 2015. We’re playing on the Bucs home turf and our Bucs have made some significant improvements since 2014. Think positive … the Bucs defense is going to hold Mariota and the Titans to 14 (or less) points, the Bucs offense will score at least that many and the Bucs defense and special teams will add another 10. Final score: Bucs 24-14.

    And yes, I can’t wait to be part of a packed house for a change. Maybe they’ll even have cause to play ‘Who Let the Dogs Out?’ … who knows.

  23. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Defense Rules… like your optimism can you shed some light on some of those improvements? The 2 rookie OL? Chris Conte? A healthy Mike Jenkins or retaining warflop…gets old supporting a team that wants the fans to get fired up over george johnson or ali marpet protecting the franchise

  24. BucsFan85 Says:

    Hey, has anyone seen NFL’s website lately? They have an article with different analysts picks of offensive and defensive ROY. Conor Orr thinks Jameis will be offensive ROY. I really hope so, but I will be happy with improvement and adequate wins.

  25. DefenseRules Says:

    Dusthty … Personally think Jameis is an upgrade over Josh McCown. It’ll take some time for him to mature into a true franchise QB, but he’s got the talent and attitude to pull that off.

    Granted that both Donovan Smith and Ali Marpet are rookies, but they’ve got some pretty decent talent too. They’ll learn fast.

    Doug Martin looks like his old self to me. IF the OLine can get their act together, I think he’ll have a good year. So will the other RBs … IF the OLine can get it’s act together. Still a work in progress.

    I’m disappointed that we didn’t add a high quality DE or two, but the interior DLine has the potential to be as good as any in the NFC I think. Our LBs are looking solid, and I think Kwon Alexander will wow a lot of people with his play in the middle. Verner and Banks are both OK, and I’m expecting Swearinger to do some good things back at safety. Hoping that McDougal is the other starter.

    Special teams concern me at this point, but we’ve got some pretty good talent there too. I’m not sold on O’Dea as a special teams coach, but hey, can’t have everything.

    So yes, we’re a more talented team than last year. With Lovie now calling the defense and Koetter coaching the offense, I’m optimistic. Hope you are too.

  26. BucsFan85 Says:

    DefenseRules, I couldn’t agree more with everything you just said. We have to take the bad with the good. I think the good outweighs the bad this season.

  27. StPeteBucsFan Says:


    I’ll concede that your take is the most rational. You always post in measured and rational terms and enjoy your posts a lot…even though you sometimes exceed the twitter limit that some folks here seem to enjoy. LMAO

    I think everything you say makes sense and is certainly the CW…embraced by far more experts and fans than my takes.

    Can I nitpick one sentence however?

    If we get one, I will be more than happy. But I don’t expect it. We had the first pick That means no team is worse than us.

    Actually that means no team was worse than us in 2014. That first pick alone makes us better. The fact that our two second rounders were also high makes us better. We’ve added lots of FA talent..agree that it remains to be seen if they pan out but my point is that the 2015 Bucs are NOT the 2014 Bucs.

    And in honesty we are what are record says we are..0-0. We are no better nor any worse than any other NFL team at this point.

    The NFL has parity. Would I rather face the prospects of a Seattle, or Green Bay, or N.E. fan..certainly…maybe a half dozen teams that are clearly better than us “on paper”. I get that. But aside from that three game stretch with Philly, Dallas and Indy, none of those teams are world beaters.

    In our own division…Carolina will probably be decent because of Cam but he has lost his top receiver Steve Smith last year…this year he lost his top receiver again in Kelvin Benjamin…and his stud running back is growing old.

    Atlanta is like us..,horrid OL line last year and bad defense. I suspect Quinn will work on that D. Then there is N.O. Why should we be afraid of them? Brees is getting older..probably a few more years in the tank though he’s a workout fiend. But he lost his top receiver as well. And the N.O, D was worse than ours last year and they lost one of their best players in Junior Gallette.

    We’ve certainly followed the biblical admonition about paying attention to the mote in our own eye before pointing out others. But we’ve carried it too freaking extreme. We forget that other teams also have “motes” in their eyes.
    We are far from the only team with issues. I base my optimism on the things we’ll do better along with the fact that other teams are not without major problems just like us.

  28. Matt Says:

    Was thinking about season tickets until that ugly loss too Cleveland ! We never even tried too come back . It was upsetting not trying too win

  29. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    It was upsetting not trying too win

    Yes it was a bad game Matt. But if we’re going to place all this importance on the PS shouldn’t it be the same for all teams.

    The Deadskins are 3-0 right now the Cowboys worse? than us at 0-3. Does anybody here really believe the Deadskins are going to finish three games ahead of the Cowboys.

    We would be in first place or at least tied for it in the NFC West. Does anybody here believe we’re going to finish with a better record than Seattle..also at 1-2 right now? I’m the optimist and even I don’t believe that.

    Pittsburgh is 1-3..do we suppose that the Buffalo Bills and N.Y. Jets are really going to finish 2 games ahead of the Steelers. Maybe it is the NFL after all.

    Again for those that missed it. I googled and found a mathmetician’s study of the PS results compared to RS results. They took all 32 teams for ten years or a sample size of 320 team seasons.

    When they calculated by the numbers they found out that factually, mathmatically there is no correlation between PS records and RS records

  30. BUC IT Says:

    We need to just mentally tell ourselves that the bucs are going to win this game!

  31. DONUTS Says:

    Please make the preseason go away……I am in a hurry to 5 wins.

  32. DB55 Says:

    BUC IT Says:
    September 2nd, 2015 at 10:45 pm
    We need to just mentally tell ourselves that the bucs are going to win this game!
    You kid but this it exactly what needs to happen. More so the players need to do this. I believe Muirca’s QB will do just that.

    I’m excited, after all the talk from the last 9 months I can’t wait to see what happens this season.

  33. vegabuc Says:

    Nothing hotter than that cheerleader Joe. I will pay to see her perform any time.

  34. uk buc Says:

    I wish you would all get behind your team and stop the negativity. You don’t know how lucky you are to have a team. I am a Brit from the uk. First bucs game was October 1985 and I’ve been coming over ever since. That’s 30 years and counting. It costs a fortune but who cares.

    For your info there will be about 20 bucs UK members at the Titans game and the same travelling to NO for the Saints. Go Bucs.

  35. nucifyouBUC Says:

    Was lucky to catch a 30$ seat on ticket-master last night, even the nose bleeds are going for almost 60$. But then the opener usually is a hot tik, but this year they’re scorching.

  36. mike10 Says:

    I love you Lindsay! Too bad you were loco in high school