The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced that the team's season pass membership prices for 2015 will remain at current rates for the seventh consecutive year. The Buccaneers, who hold the first overall pick in this April's NFL Draft, will again offer season pass memberships starting as low as $30 per game for adults and $15 for children.
"There is a heightened sense of excitement and anticipation throughout our community as we enter this offseason with the first overall selection in the upcoming NFL Draft. As we build off that excitement, along with a strong lineup of home opponents, we are also pleased to continue providing our season pass members with one of the most affordable gameday experiences in the league for the 2015 season," said Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford.
Season pass members will enjoy an exciting slate of 2015 home opponents as some of the NFL's most storied franchises such as the Chicago Bears, Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants make visits to Raymond James Stadium.
Pass members will continue receiving substantial savings and benefits, such as flexible, interest-free payment plans; discounted parking, concessions and merchandise; and exclusive access to special events such as training camp and the highly-anticipated Draft Party which will feature the Buccaneers holding the first selection of the night.
A new pass membership feature for 2015 is the introduction of a custom website that will offer season pass members exclusive content and information relating to their account. Additionally, pass members are assigned a dedicated member relations associate who is focused on providing unparalleled customer support and a seamless gameday experience. Over the past two seasons, the Buccaneers have ranked No. 1 in customer service across all NFL teams.
For more information on 2015 season passes or to speak with a Buccaneers account representative, please contact the ticket office at 866-582-BUCS (2827) or visit Buccaneers.com/tickets.**
2015 TAMPA BAY HOME OPPONENTS**
New York Giants
New Orleans Saints