Loads Of Bucs-Bears Tickets Available

November 11th, 2016

BucsfansDespite what you read from the Tampa Bay Times months ago, the Bucs-Bears game in Tampa on Sunday did not sell out at Ticketmaster.com.

In fact, standard tickets are available in more than 50 sections — on all levels of the stadium.

Plus, there are official Ticketmaster resale tickets available, and loads of tickets via StubHub.com and other secondary-market avenues. As of 9:30 a.m., 300 Level seats on StubHub are going for just under $50 each, a modest markup.

Support your Bucs and keep Dirk Koetter from the “demoralizing” sight of a sea of Bears jerseys flooding the lower bowl.

22 Responses to “Loads Of Bucs-Bears Tickets Available”

  1. FortMyersDave Says:

    Why throw away $50 a ticket plus parking and food to watch this team lose again Joe? The Raider’s and Ram’s games taught this Buc fan one thing Joe, this team can and will do whatever is necessary to lose and disappoint us fans who pay a lot of coin to see garbage. No Mas for me until they win a few at RJS .

  2. rayjay1122 Says:

    Loads of tickets remain……Amazing. Maybe fans are finally making a stand. Give us a product worth spending money and time to go see and the crowd may return some day.

  3. kobe Faker Says:

    ive heard Darcie Glazer has Jason Gump scrubbing the new video boards

    **You can see Gumps AS$ crack from I-4 and causing 45 minute delays

  4. canadian bucsfan Says:

    I’m looking to buy some tickets if any of you joebucsfan readers wants to sell some.

  5. 813bucboi Says:

    no thanks….DIRK=JIM TOMSULA!!!!….GO BUCS!!!

  6. Patrick in VA Says:

    I’m not local, so I don’t really have a dog in the fight, but this is hardly surprising. The last two times that the local fan base showed up they were the only ones that showed up. Until the team can be bothered to bring their A game for their home crowd, why would they come out of pocket to support them?

  7. USMC-BUC Says:

    No chance I step back in that stadium until they with 3 or 4 in a row at home.

    Way to many Terrible, Sun Burnt, hung over, depressing losses to make me want to go back.

    Only game I went to this year was the raiders becasue I had free club seats. I have turned down countless bussiness offers over the past two years to go to games.

    I can’t beleive I used to own season tickets, you can’t even beg people to show up.

    If it was free the stadium would be less then 75 percent full.

    They have no one to blame but themselves. Dont blame the fans, blame the 4-46 home record since gruden left.

  8. uckinator Says:

    I’ve lived here for 35 years, but originally from Chicago. Man, two crappy teams. I’d probably pay $ 30.00 for a seat if it became available. Checked on line 2 days ago and it was $ 52.00 for the nose bleed sections in the corners. Supply & demand. The demand isn’t there, but there’s plenty of supply. Hence, prices should still come down. There, you have just learned Economics 101. Too bad our politicians couldn’t have figured this out !

  9. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If people didn’t show for John Lynch, they won’t show for the Bears.

  10. softastissueMcCoy93 Says:

    My tickets are not available, cuz I sold them already. Also screw ticket exchange that does not allow you to undercut the face value of your tickets because you are competing with the Bucs for a sale.

  11. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    rayjay1122 Says
    “Loads of tickets remain……Amazing. Maybe fans are finally making a stand.”

    Tampa fans don’t know how to take a stand. If they did, they would stand WITH the team, even when times are hard. Like we did before Tony Dungy came along.

  12. Buc1987 Says:

    Bonzai…how many fans actually attended Tampa Stadium before Dungy. In the 80’s ? Not many I can tell you that. It was worse than today.

  13. Player One Says:

    Got my tickets. See you at the game!

  14. Old Bill Says:

    I will be in the corner of the endzone Nov. 20th in KC! Excited to get to see the Bucs live for the first time since the Jeff Garcia days.

  15. Buccfan37 Says:

    The older day Buc fans took losses right and left and were more starved for any win anywhere. The price of admission was cheap lessening the feeling of overpaying to watch a young team struggle. Flash forward to today’s Bucs still struggling. Some teams just have competing and winning figured out. Other teams, the usual ones left standing at the end every year also repeat their success. I expect the Bears game to be close.

  16. TiredOfLosing Says:

    I have season tickets, club seats, I don’t know if I’m going, don’t really care to go, just done with his team in fact I might just give the tickets away to a Bears fan on dale marry or tape them to the will call window at the stadium!

    I’m done spending 5K a year on this team I will stick to fishing on Sundays! I feel fooled by the talent level of players on the field for the Bucs!

    One Buc keep your seats and welcome the opposing jerseys cuz that’s all your going to continue to see in the lower bowl.

  17. Mikadeemas Says:

    Ah the eighties. I had a parking pass 20 yards from gate 3.($100/year) We’d buy $20 endzone seat, and sit at the 50 yard line. We’d leave just before halftime, go out and drink our own beer, eat our own food, and burn one, and get back in by the middle of the third quarter. There was a gate next to the press box entrance(elevator) where they would give you a pass to reenter. We always had a blast, win or lose!!

  18. Jim Says:

    Can I bring my own beer? Just wondering…

  19. Mike Johnson Says:

    Lets keep it real here …Who truly…wants to spend a beautiful nice Sunday afternoon spending 100 bucks to buy a ticket.. to go sit and Hope…..Wish….and Pray.. their team gets lucky? I mean I go to Mass on Sunday mornings and it only takes 40 minutes!! and its cheaper!!
    You’ve almost gotta be drunk outta your gord to even watch these clowns. Cause you know the screw up are comin. If the Bucs lose to the Bears, I think they ought to give away head bags to the fans to block out the sun..along with one free beer!

  20. FortMyersDave Says:

    Look, I used to go to the old Sombrero with my Dad during the McKay years when end zone tickets were six to nine bucks and as a USF student used to be one of the 25K who if lucky would watch a 5 and 11 Buc team edge a 4 and 12 Lion or Packer team for 15 or 20 Bucs a pop back in the Ray Perkins era where the Bucs would waste top 6 draft pick after draft pick on bust after bust. The simple economics made it easier to man up and go see the team lose in person back then. Now with ticket and parking prices through the roof as well as every pub in Hillsborough having each game on the NFL Ticket it is so much easier to say no more to the insanity of wasting a couple hundred bucks to watch the Bucs put in a half hearted effort and lose. I really wish that this team would go back to the fire it had with Chucky but that went away with Gruden and the late Malcolm G. Now we simply have a horrible franchise that has the worst home record in the NFL; heck the Niners and the Browns could probably beat Tampa at home!

  21. richbucsfan Says:

    Not a chance in the world I would make the 50 mile trip to Tampa, pay for tickets and food, watch a dumpster fire of a team and call that a great experience. Gave up season tickets several years ago and will not go that way ever again. Their lack of production in spite of high round draft choices and because of horrible FA signings did it for me. Add to that a merry go round of unqualified coaching staffs and it put me over the top. Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me. Never again. This team is years away from even mediocrity let alone something positive.

  22. BucDaddy82 Says:

    I happily support OUR BUCS! Win or lose. GO BUCS!!