Pricey Tickets

May 13th, 2021

Expensive ticket.

If Bucs fans are planning travel to New England to see the Bucs take on the Belicheats, they better stop at a bank to bring along gold coins or take out a second mortgage.

Tickets for the Tom Brady-Bill Belicheat reunion in Week 4 is, to be polite, pricey. In other words, you won’t get in for less than four-figures.

Joe checked last night and yes, there are seats available. However, the cheapest is $1,500 and you’ll be sitting near the top row. At, you can buy a single seat for $1,220.

It’s much cheaper for the Bucs’ home opener against Dallas on Sept. 9. Not cheap, but there are several tickets available. If you are just a loner looking for one ticket, it will set you back $454 — upper deck, Row-Z — at Ticketmaster. At, the cheapest seat is $329 in the corner of the upper deck on the east side.

So if you plan on attending home games, or traveling, it’s going to cost you to watch your Super Bowl champions.

20 Responses to “Pricey Tickets”

  1. Medicated Pete Says:

    Brady was giving a shout out to the Amish community in that hat

  2. James Hoskins Says:

    Inflation is here fo sho

  3. Pete I Says:

    They won’t be as expensive as the Super Bowl tickets I’m still paying off…and they won’t be as valuable.

  4. Leighroy Says:

    More like channeling his inner Judge Doom from Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

    Yea tickets last night seemed to be very limited and highly expensive for all the games. For example, I found out during the Ticketmaster presale last night that a single club level ticket for the Bucs visit to Charlotte would run me $650 a piece, and if I wanted to get shouting distance of our boys it was $850 per. This wasn’t even the resale pricing!

    I guess I need to wait for the Sam Darnold experience to fail for the first 10 weeks and slide into a fire-sale mid November or something.

  5. Bird Says:

    You can make some money as a season ticket holder this year – geez

    Im going. Last year i got to see one game – bucs at home vs saints
    So i need to catch up 😂 and go watch maybe the best team the bucs have ever put out this year

  6. capecodder Says:

    2 – tickets just sold for $7500.00 each

  7. Kaptain Morgan Says:

    Tom Brady looks like he’s ready to open the Ark of the Covenant in that hat and suit too.

  8. SB~LV Says:

    I still have my receipt for the 1979 season tickets, $108 x’s two seats 🤩

  9. Ghost of Darrell Henderson Says:

    In 1979 I purchased 4 seats on the 5yard line. 4 rows up, for $44.

    $11 each, I bought them for every home game that year.

    It was great fun.

  10. Cobraboy Says:

    I was considering a trip back to the states to take in two games, but even the worst nosebleed seats, east side, upper deck corner for a 1pm are going for serious coin.

    I can’t do east side because of the sun.

    West side upper deck nosebleeds for the worst games are $235+. I can do two nights in Key West with the wifely babe for that!

  11. BuccoDav Says:

    Brady looks like Jim Carrey in The Mask…

  12. Swampbuc Says:

    Watching on TV — priceless!

  13. Bucs Bro Says:

    Ray Jay Section 315 seat owner since 2005


  14. Cobraboy Says:

    CB wants tix to Miami on the west side, almost anywhere reasonable.

    Section 114 used to be “home…”

  15. Jerry Says:

    Even Bucs tickets are soaring. I remember so many people saying over the years how they won’t get Bucs season tickets because they are a rip off and can get them far cheaper on the re-sale and pick the games they want. Well not this year! The cheapest Bucs tickets on Stubhub for the opener is $400. Club seats are listed for over a grand each.

    Pent up demand from the pandemic, a super bowl win, and general inflation will do that.

  16. JimbobBucsFan Says:

    Yup! Yup! Yup!

  17. bojim Says:

    Picture is kind of creepy.

  18. Anonymous Says:

    What about season tix to RayJay? Are they available yet?

  19. MRRR Says:

    I will be watching for free from my living room. And I won’t have to worry about drunken idiots dropping f-bombs. However, I do sometimes miss being at the games.

  20. BucsBeBack (Artist formally known as: BringBucsBack) Says:

    Sadly, for a couple of obvious reasons, Sam Wyche isn’t handing out tickets in mall parking lots anymore.

    These and all entertainment ticket prices, with their built-in “bone-o-matic” distributors, like sTicket Master & StAbHub, are alienating average folks & turning these games into elitist sporting events (or worse, fleecing the poor).
    We fans need to stop attending games & pretending that these prices are acceptable, especially since the NFL receives their bulk of revenue from TV! Case-in-point, they still made money through the pandemic last year, with empty seats. Yet, from their vantage point, it was not enough so, the “non-savings” are being pass along to either the financially capable or financially gullible.

    It reminds me of Mark Cubin’s remark about the NFL; “…Pigs get slaughtered.” However, he probably has little problem gouging his fans on ticket prices, like all owners. All hail capitalism!