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Bucs Announce 2010 Ticket Prices

The Buccaneers will not raise prices on any tickets in 2010, and the cost of seats in some sections will be reduced...Season ticket holders will also continue to receive a discount as compared to individual game pricing


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Thursday that season ticket prices for the upcoming 2010 National Football League campaign will remain the same and in some sections prices will be reduced. This marks the second straight year in which Buccaneers season ticket prices have not increased.

General season ticket prices for the 2010 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $99, $89, $85, $75, $65, $55, $50, $49, $42, and $35 per game. The Buccaneers will also introduce a new $35.00 general ticket price.

In addition, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will continue to offer season ticket holders a discount versus individual game pricing.

"We recognize this is a challenging economy for our fans," said Jason Layton, Senior Director of Sales and Finance. "With new lower ticket prices there is a seating option for all of our fans to become a season ticket holder."

The 2010 home schedule at Raymond James Stadium includes games against Atlanta, Carolina, Cleveland, Detroit, New Orleans, Pittsburgh, St. Louis and Seattle.

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