Buccaneers Lower Ticket Prices

January 24th, 2019

“Jason, there’s still all the cash you need to find a good running back and a great cornerback, and a kicker who doesn’t embarrass our family.”

Thank you, Team Glazer!

Joe is a Buccaneers season ticket holder and that new invoice in Joe’s account appears about 10 percent lower than last year’s — and yes, that, factors in not playing for a home game that will be relocated to London.

New “Season Pass” rates are posted on the official team website. Here’s the link.

The Tampa Bay Times reports that everyone with tickets in the upper deck gets a significant discount this year, and average ticket prices (non-club) will be $76.28, giving the Buccaneers as one of the more fan-friendly pricing structures in the NFL.

Great move by ownership after two dreadful 5-11 seasons at the Den of Depression.

Now go stop the damn losing and fill the house. Here at JoeBucsFan.com world headquarters, we remember when tickets were hard to come by and everyone around town seemingly wore Bucs gear or adorned their vehicles with goofy Bucs stuff.

What glorious days those were, and it can happen again.

25 Responses to “Buccaneers Lower Ticket Prices”

  1. JJV Says:

    If the lower prices do not get people in the stands, they could always give free tickets away again. The sad part is when they did the stadium was still half empty. But winning will fix it especially once they make the playoffs.

  2. 813bucboi Says:

    winning cures all!!!!!….


  3. Iron Wombat Says:

    lower beer prices…

  4. Duthsty Rhothdes Says:

    They better start winning team glazer is going to be asking for a new fancy stadium like they have up in ATL, Minn, etc

  5. Bucs Fan #7423 Says:

    Ticket prices should be free with what the Fans have had to put up with

  6. Dewey Selmon Says:

    It’s the least they can do to offset the London “home” game.

  7. Not there yet Says:

    Bad idea to raise prices in the first place. Even the owners were to dumb to realize that the team needed to win first before raising prices

  8. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The business model of a NFL franchise permits it to make a profit on the Television revenues alone…….a team can afford poor attendance and still profit.
    Even the losers make good money.
    That’s a great thing for the owners and it differs from most businesses who would struggle with poor sales.
    The incentive to win has little to do with money and much to do about pride.

  9. TJ Says:

    The difference in price isn’t really different…It’s for 9 games vs. 10, since the 10th isn’t at home.

  10. Bradentonbuc Says:

    Thank you Glazers! Joe’s, maybe you guys opening up the comment section a month or so ago really did get into the Glazers ear.
    Or maybe they realized it was foolish to count their chickens before they hatch with Jameis

  11. Loubucsfan Says:

    They are not doing this out of kindness!! They shafted is a home divisional game and I believe they are legally obligated to lower the prices! Can’t charge us for a game we won’t be at unless they putting us on a jet and bringing us across the pond!

  12. Steven007 Says:

    Actually when they calculate season ticket prices they only charge for the games in stadium (Ray Jay) so whatever discount they’re giving would be in addition to the 9 game (instead of 10) home schedule.

  13. Buc believer Says:

    Mine stayed the same

  14. Doctor_berto Says:

    Need to lower beer and food prices, lower ticket prices more, and put a winning product on the field for me to sit in the hot ass sun. Rather go watch the best team in the NHL and sit in the nice air conditioned Amelie.

  15. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Sooner or later, the NFL will realize they should not charge for preseason game. Treat them as a promotional tool.

  16. Loyaltotheend Says:

    I wait to buy tickets the week before the regular season starts as I refuse to pay for pre season games

  17. Buc4life Says:

    My ticket prices stayed the same!!! Plus higher Hillsborough County sales taxes.

  18. Mike Johnson Says:

    Me and my dear friend..Jack Daniels will continue to sit at home and watch the Bucs on my 80 incher. Best seat in the house and I don’t have to worry about a DUI..unless I kick the grill over.

  19. buc up Says:

    We still have to pay full price for two pre-season games. After having season tickets since 1978, I am cancelling my tickets. Since the home games are now on TV, I can’t cost justify spending $250 for my two tickets each game.

  20. Rod Munch Says:

    They should also follow the Rich McKay food pricing plan he put in place in Atlanta, where they dropped prices substantially, and guess what, they increased revenue. So there, it’s a win-win, the fans feel like they’re getting a better deal and are happier, and the team literally makes more money. Turns out when you lower prices people will eat at the stadium rather than eat before and after the game somewhere else.

  21. gman Says:

    I don’t see a decrease in prices. Between the idiots in Hillsborough county that voted themselves higher taxes and the Glazers being complete frauds…not sure what is worse. I was paying $1250 a seat last year for 10 games and am now paying $1233 for 9. Would not be surprised to see parking go up to $30/game

  22. Chris In Sarasota Says:

    these low ticket prices doesnt mark the lower value you get from the lost home game (only 7 regular season home games; carolina game is in london). sec 114 is basicly $141 for 9 home games. value of the 2 preseason games is $50 each. that leaves you with $167 per game for 7 regular season home games. $167!!!! lmao. and even the schedule is bad. giants… colts …. lol

  23. Alexander Nascimento Says:

    Hey, Joe!
    If we win four games in Tampa and the game at London does the moniker continue?

  24. BigMacAttack Says:

    Too little too late. The Glazers can EAD. They won’t get another dime from me. My couch works great and so does the bar where beer is much less. I’m sure they’ll raise the price of merchandise, concessions and everything else. Not to mention that if BA does deliver the wins, look for a 25% increase the following year. Worst owners in all sports. Go Bolts!!!

  25. unbelievable Says:

    10% lower cost for 12.5% less home games…. hmmmmmmmm