Time for Tampa fans to "BUCK UP"

The Bucs used to have the 2nd lowest ticket prices in the NFL.  A $140 million renovation and a 9-7 season has changes all of that.  

Buccaneers chief operating officer Brian Ford said via the Tampa Bay Times. “Our focus is always on providing our fans with a world-class atmosphere when they are visiting Raymond James Stadium, and we are proud that we have been able to continue enhancing the game-day experience while still maintaining one of the most affordable ticket prices in the NFL.”

The Bucs raised ticket prices last year for the first time in eight years. In 2015, they had the second-lowest ticket price in the NFL with an average of $62.35.  In 2017, the Bucs host this year’s Super Bowl participants along with the Giants, Jets, Bears, Lions, Saints and Panthers.  

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