The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Thursday that season ticket prices for the upcoming 2009 National Football League campaign will remain the same as the 2008 season.
General season ticket prices for the 2009 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $99, $89, $85, $75, $65, $55, $50, and $42 per game. The $42.00 general season ticket price remains one of the lowest-priced tickets in the NFL. Club seat season pricing will also remain the same for 2009.
Fans are reminded that season ticket packages will reflect just nine games at Raymond James Stadium because of Tampa Bay's game against New England in London on October 25, 2009.
"During these tough economic times, we understand the difficult situation many of our fans are facing and feel it was the right thing to do to keep our prices the same for 2009 as they were in 2008," said Jason Layton, director of ticketing and sales.
The 2009 home schedule at Raymond James Stadium includes games against Dallas, Green Bay, the New York Giants and New York Jets, as well as NFC South rivals Atlanta, Carolina and New Orleans. In addition to its regular season game in London in which it will serve as the home team against the Patriots, Tampa Bay will also host two preseason games next season. Opponents and dates for those games will be announced in April when the NFL releases the entire 2009 schedule.