The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are lowering season ticket prices for fans following a third consecutive year of decreasing fan attendance, and the lowest average attendance since the 2010 season. Per Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times:
"The Bucs sent out renewals to season pass members today that showed a decrease of anywhere from an eight to 32 percent on seats in the 300 level. Eleven percent of members with lower level seats will receive decreases with the rest remaining flat.
Nearly all club members will see a price decrease from six to 17 percent." - Rick Stroud, Tampa Bay Times
The Bucs made waves when they announced the hiring of former Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, and are hoping that Arians can put fans back into seats at Raymond James.