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Bucs reduce 2013 ticket prices on 35% of seats

In an effort to get even more butts in seats, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have once again decided to lower their ticket prices.

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After their second home sellout of the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers feel they need to offer lower ticket prices to their fans. The Bucs have struggled to sell out games for several years, and they've had five home blackouts this season, not counting preseason games. They've managed to squeeze some 55,000 fans into their 65,000-seat stadium per game this stadium.

The Bucs have announced cuts to 35% of all seats, and they will not increase ticket prices on any tickets. The cheapest season tickets come at $30 per adult and $15 per child. You can find more details on the ticket plan here. If you need tickets for the next game, we have our own ticket partner where you can find Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets too.

Hopefully the lower ticket costs will continue to help the Bucs get the games on TV locally, because that has to be hurting the fanbase more than it's helping to get them to buy tickets.