Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Season Tickets Sold Out

After consulting with other NFL teams, the Bucs form a waiting list for potential ticket buyers


Raymond James Stadium will be packed again in 2000

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that season tickets are sold out for the first time in team history.

As a result of the overwhelming response to season-ticket sales over the past three seasons, the Buccaneers have now started a season-ticket waiting list. Approximately half the teams in the National Football League can boast similar waiting lists.

"The fact that we now have a waiting list for Buccaneers season tickets certainly represents a landmark moment in this franchise's history," Buccaneers Executive Vice President Joel Glazer says.

Fans can add their name to the Buccaneers' waiting list by calling the team's ticket office at 879-2827. After discussing waiting list policies with other NFL teams, the Buccaneers have decided to set aside approximately 1,000 tickets for each game, which will go on sale to the general public at a later date. The practice will be reviewed on a year-by-year basis.

The Buccaneers head to Orlando tomorrow for two days of practice sessions with the Miami Dolphins. Training camp resumes at the University of Tampa Monday morning.

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