Bucs reducing prices on numerous 2013 season tickets
The Bucs, in an effort to stem their years-long attendance woes, have numerous reductions in their 2013 season-ticket pricing. Seats that aren't reduced will not increase in price, the team said.
The Bucs, who have had just one sellout this season – on Sunday against the Eagles – say prices on 35 percent of seats will be reduced. They’ll start as low as $30 per game for adults and $15 per game for children (16 and younger), in select sections of Raymond James Stadium.
“Nothing beats the live experience of Raymond James Stadium on Sundays, and our number one goal is to provide an affordable, enjoyable, and safe gameday experience for the entire family," co-chairman Ed Glazer said in a statement.
There will continue to be savings over single-game tickets – 20 percent on average, the team said – and the various payment plans used in the past will again be available. Included are discounts on parking, concessions and merchandise.
Seating in the lower bowl of the stadium will start at $65 per game, the lowest rate in many years, reduced from $75 for this season.
The Bucs have averaged 55,612 fans for their seven home games in 2012 according to espn.com. That ranks 31st in the 32-team NFL. Capacity at Raymond James Stadium is more than 65,000.
Click here to see the layout of the stadium and various price points.