Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Single-Game Tickets Now on Sale!

Individual game tickets for the Bucccaneers’ much-anticipated 2011 season went on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, so now's the time to line up your seats…Tickets start as low as $35 and may be purchased on Buccaneers.com or by phone

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' first game is right around the corner, but the opportunity to buy individual game tickets for all 2011 contests at Raymond James Stadium has now arrived!  Tickets for all Buccaneer home games went on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Friday.  Ticket options start as low as $35.

"We're counting on our fans to make Raymond James Stadium an electric atmosphere for our team and a hostile environment for our opponents," said Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer. "Our promising young team has an exciting slate of home games, from two primetime matchups to rivalry games against the rest of the NFC South."

Tampa Bay kicks off its 2011 home schedule with a preseason matchup with New England on Thursday, August 18. Regular season play begins on Sunday, September 11, as the Buccaneers host the Detroit Lions, and continues with a marquee matchup on Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts on October 3. The home season concludes with the Buccaneers' second primetime game, on the evening of Saturday, December 17, against the Dallas Cowboys.

To purchase tickets, fans may visit www.buccaneers.com or call (800) 745-3000. Tickets will not be sold at the Buccaneers Ticket Office or Raymond James Stadium.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 2011 Home Schedule at Raymond James Stadium

Day

Date

Opponent

Time

TV

Thurs.

8/18

New England

7:30 PM

WTSP

Sat.

8/27

Miami

7:30 PM

WTSP

Sun.

9/11

Detroit

1:00 PM

FOX

Sun.

9/25

Atlanta

4:15 PM

FOX

Mon.

10/3

Indianapolis

8:30 PM

ESPN

Sun.

10/16

New Orleans

4:15 PM

FOX

Sun.

11/13

Houston ^

1:00 PM

CBS

Sun.

12/4

Carolina ^

1:00 PM

FOX

Sat.

12/17

Dallas

8:20 PM

NFLN

All times Eastern and subject to change

^ All Sunday afternoon games in Weeks 10-15 and Week 17 are subject to time changes as part of NFL's flex scheduling format

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