The Buccaneers have a season ticket waiting list of over 108,000
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced their ticket prices for the upcoming 2005 National Football League campaign.
Ticket prices for the 2005 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $71, $64, $54, $49, $40, $35 and $29. Last year, 16 other NFL clubs had individual ticket prices that exceeded $71. The $29 general seat ticket remains one of the lowest priced tickets in the NFL. Depending on seat location, the new pricing represents an increase of between $2 and $5 per ticket. The ticket prices for club seats will be altered according to the terms of their contracts.
Tampa Bay has a season ticket waiting list of more than 108,000. Since 1998, the Buccaneers have posted an impressive regular season home mark of 37-19 (.661), while also going unbeaten in two home playoff contests at Raymond James Stadium.
The Buccaneers play host to Buffalo, Chicago, Detroit, Miami and Washington as well as NFC South opponents Atlanta, Carolina and New Orleans during the 2005 regular season. Tampa Bay will also play host to two preseason games next season, with the opponents and the dates for those games to be announced at a later date.
In addition, season ticket invoices were mailed this week and will arrive next week.