Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Gone in 900 Seconds

The Bucs’ remaining single-game tickets sell out in 15 minutes, setting up another string of wild Sundays in Tampa


Bucs tickets proved to be a hot commodity on Saturday morning

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers put the team's remaining individual-game tickets on sale Saturday morning through TicketMaster; 15 minutes later, they were gone.

After the team completely sold out its allotment of season tickets this spring and summer, a collection of less than 1,000 tickets per game were put on the market Saturday morning. They didn't last long. For the third straight season, every Tampa Bay Buccaneer home game will feature a packed house.

"This is our third straight year of selling out every regular season game," said Buccaneers Director of Ticketing and Customer Relations Mike Newquist. "This reflects the tremendous support the Bay area community has of the Buccaneers and how excited everyone is about the coming season. With every game sold out, Buccaneer fans have guaranteed that Raymond James Stadium will continue to be an imposing building for our opponents each week.

The Buccaneers have formed a waiting list for fans eager to become season ticket holders. In just two weeks, that list has swelled to 700 names. "With the amazing response to our waiting list," said Newquist, "it's clear that we have begun to move into the elite NFL crowd of the Green Bay Packers, Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos."

The newly-formed season ticket waiting list is the only option for Buccaneers fans hoping to join the crowd in coming Sundays. To add your name to that list, please click here.

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