Sunday’s Bucs-Rams Game Is Not Sold Out

November 3rd, 2022

It’s three days from Tom Brady facing off against the Super Bowl champs in warm but comfortable evening conditions at The Licht House.

Good seats are available!

The game is not sold out. Unsold tickets are available on the Ticketmaster website. That’s the Buccaneers’ official ticket partner on the primary market. Joe’s search there shows available seats are $200 and up. However, on the resale market, including at Ticketmaster, plenty of tickets can be had in the $80.00 ballpark.

So it seems you might be able to attend this critical game without mortgaging your home or cancelling a holiday vacation.

The Rams are a three-win team, as are the Bucs. Joe doesn’t hear anyone talking about a rematch of January’s thrilling playoff game, only chatter about two teams with bad offenses fighting to stay above water in the NFC.

That likely accounts for the available tickets.

55 Responses to “Sunday’s Bucs-Rams Game Is Not Sold Out”

  1. DungyDance Says:

    Shall we “jog” over to the tablet or computer to check out the available tickets? No sense in running, someone might get hurt. Besides, I’m tired.

  2. SufferingSince76 Says:

    No surprise. Hitting the Glazers in the pocketbook is the only thing they’ll actually move on. I hope.

  3. BUC CHEEKS Says:

    Shocking pfff! Maybe stop playing like a bunch of d#%kheads and play football

  4. richbucsfan Says:

    Is anyone surprised?

    Who wants to watch a team that couldn’t care less if they lose?

    It will get worse for the rest of the home games. Fans are fed up

    Get the locker room fixed, Bowles. If you can’t, leave!

  5. DungyDance Says:

    You know, reflecting on what I just typed, this whole motivation problem is infectious. Was too easy to get caught up in it, gotta check myself. Our job is to be the 12th man.

  6. robert Says:

    they should pay people to attend at this point. most won’t even bother to watch at home unless they recorded and the bucs somehow win.

  7. robert Says:

    @ dungy. our job is to be consumers. it’s the only way for them to put a decent product on the field.

    fir BL and toilet bowl immediately and I guarantee they light up the scoreboard. The coaches have yet to take responsibility. I bet BA is laughing his butt off. cemented his legacy!

  8. Defense Rules Says:

    Robert … ‘I bet BA is laughing his butt off, cemented his legacy!’

    ‘Cemented his legacy’? So BA checked out, JL has obviously checked out, TB12 seems to have checked out, and now by Joe’s evaluation the team has checked out.

    Let me guess, you believe in coincidences.

  9. Pewter Warrior 813 Says:

    Why would it be? Fans are a reflection of the team and this team has ZERO passion and heart which no one can argue with at 3-5.

    Vegas putting the Bucs as favorites just shows they don’t know who will win they are just trying to make a profit by stealing gambling addicts money

  10. Randall Says:

    Umm… who wants to pay a lot of money to go watch the Bucs lose?

    Fans wanna go see their team win, or play their ever-living hearts out. Not go watch some half-hearted team lose 4 straight.

    Hey, I hope they win, but all my hopes and expectations for a great season have been torpedoed at this point.

    When the Bucs lost all of their preseason games, I saw that as a warning sign something wasn’t right. Everyone else laughed it off, but I didn’t. Winning is a mentality… and the Bucs started off with a losing mentality right from the start. They didn’t have heart, passion and fire then. And still don’t.

  11. Lamarcus Says:

    You can watch it on tv

  12. Cobraboy Says:

    The battle to determine who is the tallest midget.

  13. John Olmstead Says:

    This is the same team that lost to Pittsburgh and Carolina. Should have gone tempo weeks ago but Coach Ground and Pound wont budge despite 3.0 ypa.

  14. Davenport Says:

    The only thing that the Glazers know about is money. Hurt their wallet (tickets, concessions, merch) and MAYBE they will get the message.

    Todd Bowles will cost them millions on 2023

  15. SB~LV Says:

    I hope it’s a 1PM start so as to not prolong the agony

  16. LOL Says:

    I dont want to go see that S&%t in person. Spent over $75 last game for some beer, water and food. SMH

  17. Gbobucsfan Says:

    The product is NOT in demand. Simple as that.
    Even at $80/ticket, people would rather spend that money elsewhere than become frustrated with running plays into Hainsey’s backside.

  18. Jon Grudin Says:

    Staying home and watching my cat play with yarn.

  19. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Basic Economics….the glazers out kicked their coverage by building that end zone seating, the den of depression is back

  20. Pewter Warrior 813 Says:

    They are 1-3 at home

    The bandwagon fans that Brady brought with him are realizing the organizational failures we’ve been subjected to for years and are fleeing to become Josh Allen or Mahomes fans.

    2020 and 2021 were the Golden Age of Bucs football, it’s back to It’s A Bucs Life with Bowles and the rest of Arians unemployed friends

  21. Jeff Says:

    Lol! Who would pay $1000 for a family to see this. This is the Yucs, folks. Get ready for another 10 years of ineptitude.

  22. Dewey Selmon Says:

    Back in the day if it wasn’t sold out by 1 pm to day it would be blacked out. I remember praying that Hugh C or some corporation would by the remaining tickets. Only got to watch away games it the Bears/Packer sell outs.

  23. Rand Says:

    ..and for that reason and that reason alone the Bucs will most likely win in spite of fan participation. It’s a Bucs Life 🙁

  24. Statisticly Insignificant Reader Says:

    If going to watch “professional” players loaf and get bored with the game, I will do it from my couch where I can comfortably loaf and get bored without spending hundreds of dollars.

  25. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Tampa is a long way from Los Angles, and the Rams are not a contender this year.
    So do not look to see a lot of their fans making the trip here to Tampa.
    We just cleaned a roof in North Tampa for a couple from Long Beach, who are Rams Fans.
    They have some relatives flying in to Tampa for this game, but even they are doubtful that they will win here in Tampa.
    This customer told me that their coach Sean McVay plans to retire after this year, so look for changes on the Rams next year. Like us, they went all in to win their Super Bowl, and it will come back to bite them in the azz next year.

  26. D-Rok Says:

    McVay retire? At only age 24? LOL

  27. Leighroy Says:

    To be fair, Rams Fans don’t even travel to LA. Have you ever seen that stadium on game days? It looks like early 90s Hoolihan Stadium vs the Packers every week!

  28. Bucamania Says:

    Most of the players don’t care, why should the fans?

  29. View from 132 Says:

    I’m not paying for nostalgia. The reason people believe in this team is because of success the past two years. It’s not the same team.

  30. FortMyersDave Says:

    Joe, who wants to spend $80 a ducket, coin to park in someone’s yard east of Himes and drink over priced beer at The Den od Depression just to see Leftwich and Toilet Bowels figure out a way to lose to the “about as bad as the Yucks” Lambs, probably in cojone blasting fashion. I think money is better spent getting hammered at your local Hooters or Big Storm and watch the early games before the Bucs embarrass themselves on national TV yet again; can’t believe CBS is still bringing in Nantz and Romo to call this match of over-rated bottom feeders. As long as Leftwich is calling plays the Bucs will be lucky to score 13 points and you just know the Rams will have either Cooper Kupp burn our CBs for at least 2 TDs or some 4th string RB like Ronnie Rivers get 3 TDs and 150 yards rushing or Matt Gay will somehow kick the winner if the Yucks manage to keep it close. Tough being a Buc fan right now. BTW, RIP Ray Guy.

  31. Crickett Baker Says:

    When I lived in Tampa I remember very well those blackouts. The fans got punished for not filling the stadium by not being able to even watch the home team on TV. It was normal. Now the stadium is bigger and the seats are very expensive. I guess the TV rights are worth more, too. I also remember the preseason and saw no fire in the Bucs then, either.

  32. Onetrickpony Says:

    Frick and Frack have killed this team

  33. FortMyersDave Says:

    Dewey Selmon: I remember during the blackout years that there was a The Blackout Tour Bus (put on by the Joes?) to watch the Bucs at Lee Roy Selmon’s in Fort Myers. It was a pretty good deal at $25 for the ride, a beer and some of Selmon’s wings. Beat paying mega coin for a nose bleed seat and warm beer.

  34. Bubby Says:

    I’ll be there as usual, but the pace and flow of home schedule this year has been tough on fans. Lots of late or night games in succession. Toss in that a lot of local fans are heading to Munich midweek, this just feels like a good game for tv.

  35. Adrnagy Says:

    I’m going. Win or lose. Bucs for life.

  36. Letsbucinggo Says:

    Look at the bright side next year a high draft pick and a negative 47 mil in the hole salary cap to start next year with 3 defensive backs as free agents plus Brady gone.

  37. Joey Strom Says:

    If I wanted to watch an underachieving team with a “Captain” on defense who is jogging around and loafing on most plays, I’d go pay my hard-earned money to go see that. But I’ll hold off until they show that can play a complete 60 minute game without letting up, and can be a competitive, fun team to watch again.

  38. SlyPirate Says:


    Let’s be honest, Bucs fans suck. Browns, Commanders, Eagles, Bears fans come to games rain or shine, freezing temps, winning or losing. Die hard MF. Tampa has the worst attendance in the league.

    And … I don’t blame them. This cast of characters (called coaches) doesn’t deserve your money. The product is garbage. Why pay for that?

  39. Joe Says:

    I think money is better spent getting hammered at your local Hooters or Big Storm and watch the early games before the Bucs embarrass themselves on national TV yet again; can’t believe CBS is still bringing in Nantz and Romo to call this match of over-rated bottom feeders.

    Thank you for the unsolicited recommendation for folks to frequent Hooters or Big Storm Brewing for their entertainment needs!

    👍 👌 🌝

  40. Browsing from DC via PA Says:

    Best reason to go to this game would be for Brady to hit the 100,000 yard milestone and then have some bonehead player toss the ball into the stands and have it land in your lap. Other than that, 2 bad teams head to head sometimes makes for a great, competitive game.

    And Bucs win. I’m not giving up hope….yet

  41. DBS Says:

    I would rather travel down to see a Lightning Game. At least they give it all they have for 3 periods.

  42. Darin Says:

    I won’t be going anymore until a certain coach is gone. I can run into a wall at home in the same spot over and over and it’s free!

  43. ClwJB Says:

    Let’s see what happens if they come back from Germany 3-7 as they probably will….

    Drives will stay home and those that do come will be boing from the opening kickoff

    No place goes south faster than the Den of Depression!!!!!

  44. John Says:

    A lot of future eagles fans in the comments

  45. John Says:

    Pre Brady season ticket holders don’t pay jack to go to these games. Just saying on experience

  46. Your Mom Says:

    $200? To watch that schlock I better get a free cheerleader too.

  47. mg Says:

    The crowd won’t be chanting Bowles…
    The crowd might have to smoke bowls…

  48. LakelandSteve Says:

    Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. So is watching the insanity over and over again make us Bucs fans insane as well? Probably and the first part of dealing with a problem is accepting the fact that you have a problem. So, repeat after me, I’m (your name here) and I’m a Bucsaholic. It’s been 7 days since I’ve watched my last Bucs game and the next one is three days away and I don’t know if I have the strength to keep from watching this gut wrenching, heart breaking, self esteem destroying sorry excuse for a professional football team. Please help me before I have to put my own eyes out. Signed, Bruce Arians.

  49. Buczilla Says:

    I would have made fun of someone if they told me this before the season started. It looks like dark days are ahead, but I really hope that it’s not nearly 20 years worth.

  50. brooks Says:

    Gave my tickets to a rams fan why not….

  51. Vortexx6694 Says:

    Tampa bay offense. Run, run, pass, then punt. Or pass, run, run, then punt. Happens every weekend.

  52. Boltsfan17 Says:

    Between Brandon’s destruction of the country’s economy and the sad state of this lifeless team, who in the world is spending their valuable income on this product. Send the Glazers a message and stay home.

  53. Hunter's Crack Pipe Says:

    Your Mom Says:
    “$200? To watch that schlock I better get a free cheerleader too.”

    You get Lorenzo.

  54. Georgej Says:

    TB12….why not just leave these fans suck !!

  55. Goatfarmer Says:

    There’s probably another Cornhole game for a lot cheaper.