You can wing your way to the Meadowlands or stay home and help establish the No Fly Zone, but either way you have a chance to be up close and personal for the start of the
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ highly-anticipated 2013 season begins on September 8 with a road game against the New York Jets, followed by the September 15 home opener at Raymond James Stadium against the New Orleans Saints. Thanks to a pair of promotions created by Clear Channel and the Buccaneers, several dozen lucky fans will be watching in person as Revis Island opens for business and the Buccaneers commence their quest for the playoffs.
All this week, five Clear Channel Radio Stations – 98 Rock, US 103.5, 620 WDAE in Tampa plus AM 740 The Game and 101.1 WJRR in Orlando – are giving away Buccaneer Family Four Packs to the New Orleans game to their listeners. The Family Four-Pack includes four tickets, parking and a $50 gift card for stadium refreshments. Tune in to any of those stations in the morning, noon and evening drive times for your chance to win.
In addition, two lucky fans will win a prize package to attend Tampa Bay’s season-opener against the New York Jets through the Bucs Fly Away Sweepstakes. To enter that contest and see Revis make his Buccaneer debut against his former team, fans need only to visit the websites of the five aforementioned Clear Channel stations here:
Two randomly-selected winners in the Bucs Fly Away Sweepstakes will each receive:
- Two (2) round-trip airline tickets
- Two (2) tickets to attend the Buccaneers vs. Jets game at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 8
- One (1)-night stay at the team hotel on Saturday
- A $500 Visa gift card for food and transportation
No purchase is necessary to win the Fly Away Sweepstakes to the Jets game or a Family Four-Pack for the Saints game. Simply tune in to the Clear Channel Radio stations in Tampa and Orlando listed above, and visit their respective websites, for your chance to enter. Don’t miss your chance to be there in person as Darrelle Revis and his teammates launch a new era in Buccaneer football.