Single Game Tickets Are On Sale

The Bucs announced on Thursday morning that single game tickets are on sale.

The Bucs announced on Thursday morning that single game tickets are on sale. If you're planning on going to the Giants and Cowboys games, you might want to pounce on those immediately.

Here is the press release by the Bucs:

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that individual tickets for the team’s full slate of 2015 home games are now available for purchase on the team’s official website www.Buccaneers.com or by calling 866-582-BUCS (2827). In addition to the availability of single-game tickets, this season the team has offered fans the ability to purchase five-game ticket plans and a limited number of these packages remain available.

This season’s schedule highlights include games against the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Chicago Bears in addition to battles against NFC South rivals the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints.

The Buccaneers open the preseason in Raymond James Stadium on August 24 with a prime time Week 2 appearance on Monday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals, which is followed by a visit from the Cleveland Browns a few days later on August 29.

The regular season kicks off with Tampa Bay taking on the Tennessee Titans on September 13, followed by a divisional matchup on October 4 against the Panthers where Buccaneers legend Mike Alstott will be inducted into the Buccaneers Ring of Honor at halftime.

The National Football League’s annual “A Crucial Catch” campaign, in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, will highlight the Oct. 11 game versus in-state rival the Jacksonville Jaguars. That morning, the Buccaneers will also host their Third Annual Treasure Chest 5K Run/Walk & Corporate Challenge around the grounds of Raymond James Stadium.

Following a Week 6 bye and two road trips, the Buccaneers return to Raymond James Stadium for a Nov. 8 home contest against the Giants as the team honors our nation’s military heroes with the annual Salute to Service celebration. A week later on Nov. 15, the Cowboys make their first visit to Raymond James Stadium since 2011.

After successive road games, the Bucs return home for back-to-back divisional home games on December 6 against the Falcons and December 13 versus the Saints. Doug Williams will take his place among the franchise’s greats when he is honored on Dec. 6, at halftime of the matchup against Atlanta.

The regular season home finale takes place on December 27 with a visit from the Chicago Bears for the team’s annual “Thank You Fans” game which will include special giveaways, messages from players and even the chance to receive one of the Buccaneers’ team captains’ game-worn jerseys.

In addition to the individual game tickets, the team continues to offer a limited number of five-game ticket plans designed to commemorate Alstott and Williams as the franchise’s 2015 Ring of Honor inductees. The Alstott Plan includes his induction game on Oct. 4 against the Carolina Panthers, as well as home contests against the Dallas Cowboys (11/5), New Orleans Saints (12/13), Tennessee Titans (9/13), and Cleveland Browns (8/29), while the Williams Plan features his induction game on Dec. 6 against the Atlanta Falcons, in addition to home matchups against the Chicago Bears (12/27), New York Giants (11/8), Jacksonville Jaguars (10/11) and Cincinnati Bengals (8/24).

Full-Season Pass Memberships are also still available at a wide variety of price points. Memberships start at just $30 (per game) for adults and $15 (per game) for youth and discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

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