The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today announced their ticket prices for the upcoming 2008 National Football League campaign.
General ticket prices for the 2008 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $99, $89, $85, $75, $65, $55, $50, and $42. The $42 general seat ticket remains one of the lowest-priced tickets in the NFL. Club seat pricing will be adjusted to reflect the terms of those agreements.
In addition, new terms for Raymond James Stadiums original general season ticket holders whose 10-year agreements ended after the 2007 season have been set. New terms for any general season ticket holder whose contract expired following the 2007 season are as follows:
1. No additional seat deposit will be required.
2. Season Ticket holders will continue to receive an annual 5 percent refund of their original deposit.
3. Any season ticket holder whose 10-year contract expired after the 2007 season will only be required to sign a new three-year agreement.
"We feel that Buccaneers tickets offer our fans a great experience for good value," said Jason Layton, Director of Ticketing and Sales. "Our most expensive general seat is less expensive than 15 other teams in the NFL."
Since 1998, the Buccaneers have posted an impressive regular season home mark of 52-28 (.650); and 2-2 in four home playoff contests at Raymond James Stadium. All 84 games (80 regular season and four postseason) played at Raymond James Stadium have been sellouts. The 2007 season marked the 10th consecutive year when every regular season game at Raymond James Stadium sold out prior to the start of the season.
The 2008 home schedule includes games against Green Bay, Minnesota, Oakland, San Diego and Seattle, as well as NFC South rivals Atlanta, Carolina and New Orleans. Tampa Bay will also host two preseason games next season. Opponents and dates for those games will be announced in April when the NFL releases the entire 2008 schedule.