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The Buccaneers ticket price for regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the last five seasons until 2016, where the price increased 33% to an average price of $106. Average Buccaneers ticket prices dipped to their lowest average in 2014 with prices hitting $65, a decrease of 20% from 2013. The average ticket price for Tampa Bay Buccaneers regular season NFL tickets for 2017 is currently $154, which is a significant spike from the previous season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 7/11/2016)

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2018 Buccaneers Season Preview

Ok, there have been some steals in this year’s draft, but Tampa Bay pulled off a straight high-jacking with the number 19 pick. That O.J. Howard, the tight end out of Alabama, would slide this far, past so many teams, is mind-boggling. He was slated as the 4th or 5th pick at one point, and it is still surprising he slid so precipitously. It’s a classic example of once the really big names flew off the board in the first three picks, teams became nearly blinded with “team needs” and ignored the talent that was staring them in the face. Tampa Bay did not, and now quarterback Jameis Winston has an amazing pass catcher to add to his arsenal. Howard’s presence alone will make Winston better, he’s that good. Another solid pick was wide receiver Chris Godwin from Penn State. He was great value at number 84 and coupled with Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson, and the previously mentioned Howard, this corps has the potential to be the best in the NFL, period.

In the backfield Doug Martin struggled last year. The Bucs needed another option/potential upgrade, and they might have found that player in Jeremy McNichols from Boise State. He was a strong receiver in college, great in pass protection, but injury issues are a concern. At worst, he is a number 2 or 3 back that was picked up at number 162. Nice work. Tampa Bay is right there, sniffing the playoffs. They went 9-7 last year and have steadily improved over the last three years. The defense remains intact and the offense as already mentioned is good to go. This will be a fun team to watch if anything. A wonderful year to be a Bucs fan! TicketCity is the place to go for Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium, or supporting Tampa Bay on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets, including home and away games.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Football at Raymond James Stadium

Address: 4201 N Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa, Florida, 33607

The Buccaneers play their home games at Raymond James Stadium, located in Tampa, Florida. The Buccaneers' home holds almost 69 thousand screaming fans when Raymond James Stadium is filled to capacity. Special to Raymond James is Buccaneers Cove. Built by the people who create the attractions at Disney World, a giant pirate ship complete with cannons rests in the cove. When the Buccaneers score, the cannons sound in accordance with the number of points Tampa Bay puts on the board. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers home bench is on the Raymond James Stadium sideline with sections 106-115. Raymond James Stadium parking information is covered in our Buc's event guide.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rivals

One of the more heated rivalries in the NFL, the aggressive play by both teams usually lasts after the whistle has been blown. These two teams have combined for over 2,000 yards in penalties during the 10+ years the NFC South has been in existence. The most memorable game that demonstrates the brutality of this series came in 2003 when the Bucs racked up 17 penalties.

This rivalry dates back to 1977 and has been played over 40 times. Both teams have combined for over 10 division titles and have each won Super Bowls. The series has gone back and forth throughout the years with no team winning more than six times in a row. As both teams continue to fight for division titles, this rivalry will only get better in the years to come.

The Buccaneers vs. Panthers rivalry took off after NFL realignment and they began matching up two times a year. Often the most physical games of the season on the schedule, many players have been lost due to injury when these two teams faceoff. Players have been ejected and trash-talk leading up to the game has intensified this rivalry. Get your Panthers vs. Buccaneers tickets from TicketCity!

Buccaneers in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs

The Buccaneers have won more than 5 division titles and have made the playoffs 9+ times in their history that began in 1976. The Bucs won an NFC Championship and a Super Bowl in 2002. As still a relative young franchise in NFL circles, Tampa Bay will only continue to add to the history they have started.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Event Guide

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What are the best in stadium foods for a Buccaneers game at Raymond James?

The Captain's Grill offers a wide assortment and is a fan favorite open to all Tampa Bay Buccaneers tickets holders. The First Down Deli has a local Cuban sandwich, which is a taste of the Florida culture. There are plenty of traditional stadium concessions with hot dogs, pizza, turkey legs and sausages. There are also plenty of unique options like short ribs, turkey paninis, gluten-free beer and hormone-free sausages.

Who are the most famous Tampa Bay Buccaneers former players?

The Bucs have retired numbers of former players Lee Roy Selmon (DE) and Warren Sapp (DT). Former quarterback, Doug Williams and coach, John McKay, are in the Krewe of Honor. Pro Football Hall of Famer, Steve Young, also began his NFL career in Tampa Bay before moving on to the San Francisco 49ers.

What items am I prohibited from bringing into Raymond James Stadium for a Bucs game?

There is a long list of prohibited items that fans cannot bring in to a Buccaneers home game, including; food, drinks, backpacks, large bags, banners or flags that could obstruct someone's view, video camera, coolers, artificial noisemakers, lasers, pets, seat cushions, strollers, or umbrellas.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Preview History

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2016 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

Despite the Buccaneers finishing fourth in the NFC South in 2015, their 6-10 record was a major improvement over their 2014 record of 2-14. The 2016 Buccaneers season will be their first season with head coach Dirk Koetter. The Buccaneers have the first overall 2015 NFL draft pick, Jameis Winston, as their starting quarterback. Winston had a remarkable rookie season, and was the third rookie quarterback in NFL history to pass over 4,000 yards in a season. Tampa Bay’s offense can also depend on running back Doug Martin, who finished second in the league in rushing yards in 2015. The Buccaneers offense is set, and their defense should be improved thanks to the addition of their first round 2016 NFL draft pick, cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III. With a new coach and a promising offense, 2016 might be the year the Buccaneers make it to the playoffs, something they haven’t done since 2007.

2015 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were not a very good football team in 2014, but come into 2015 with maybe as much hype as any team in the NFL. The Buccaneers used the first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft to bring in Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston, who they believe will be the face of the Buccaneers for years to come. The addition of Winston instantly makes Tampa Bay’s offense into a significantly better team, with the very talented wide receiver duo of Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson. Tampa Bay drafted offensive players with 6 of their 7 draft picks in 2015, with 3 of the 6 players slated to start. The Bucs will be young in 2015, but the excitement is back in Tampa Bay and the team should be increasingly competitive as the season moves on and have a great chance to more than double their win total from a season ago. Top non-division games on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2015 schedule include game at home against the Cowboys, Giants, and Bears.

2014 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The Bucs had a tough 4-12 season last year, but the team that will take the field in 2014 will look a lot different than what we saw last year. Josh Freeman was the starting quarterback and Greg Schiano was the head coach going into the season but both are now gone. Josh McCown is the guy in Tampa now after doing a great job replacing Jay Cutler when he went down for the Bears. McCown threw 13 TDs while only giving up a single interception, and was the first choice of his former coach Lovie Smith – who was also hired by the Bucs as head coach. Also coming to the Bucs in the offseason from free agency were Brandon Myers, Anthony Collins, Evan Dietrich-Smith and Michael Johnson. McCown will have a few more options due to the draft, where Tampa picked up WR Mike Evans out of Texas A&M and TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins. The Bucs open the season with two home games against the Panthers and Rams before hitting the road for contests in Atlanta, Pittsburgh and New Orleans. Raymond James Stadium will also host the Ravens, Vikings, Falcons, Bengals and Packers this season.

2013 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't make many changes this offseason, instead opting to allow some of the younger players on the roster to develop further. Where the Buccaneers did make big changes was in the secondary. Tampa Bay signed former 49ers safety Dashon Goldson and selected Mississippi State corner back Johnathan Banks in the second round of the NFL Draft. The biggest acquisition was the team's trade for superstar corner back and former New York Jet Darrelle Revis. Offensively, the Buccaneers handed wide receiver Mike Williams a contract extension. Williams is expected to be the team's No. 2 receiver, running alongside Vincent Jackson. At running back, Doug Martin enters his second season in the NFL after a standout rookie campaign. Josh Freeman will be under center once again this year, even though the team spent a third round pick on N.C. State quarterback Mike Glennon. The roster as it is today is bound to be an improvement from the team on the field for the Buccaneers in 2012.

2011 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers surprised everyone last year, going 10-6 and just narrowly missing out on a playoff berth. With a strong core of young talent that led the way last year, there's no telling how high the ceiling on the Bucs is this year, and it would not be surprising to see them playing in the postseason. The biggest reason for Tampa Bay's success last year was the steady play from quarterback Josh Freeman. He'll be under center once again, and looking to build on an already-solid foundation. Freeman will be joined by second-year receiver Mike Wililams, who had a breakout rookie season, as well as running back LeGarrette Blount, who surprised everyone by running for 1,000 yards last year. Although the offense received much of attention last year, the defense was just as reliable. The secondary is led by veteran cornerback Ronde Barber, who will be back for his 14th season with the team. As for the front seven, the Bucs are expecting big things out of their first round draft pick, defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn, who was among the most fearsome defenders in the Big 10 last year.

2010 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

Seven straight losses to open the season doomed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year, and they stumbled to a 3-13 finish. Playing in the same division as the defending Super Bowl champions and the upstart Atlanta Falcons may make it difficult for the Buccaneers to significantly improve upon last season's disappointing results. The Buc's offense was woefully under-productive in 2009 and ranked toward the bottom in both rushing and passing yards. Their inability to score was due largely to instability and inexperience at quarterback. Josh Freeman is expected to be the starter heading into the season. While he showed promise when starting the second half of last year, he also threw 18 interceptions in just nine games. Freeman's leading receiver will likely be tight end Kellen Winslow. Tampa Bay also has a talented running back in Cadillac Williams, but he is injury-prone and may not be able to handle the entire load. The defense did not fare much better than the offense, and surrendered a league high 158.2 yards per game on the ground last season. Changing this woeful stat will be the job of the linebacking corps, including Barrett Ruud, who recorded 142 tackles in 2009. Although the run defense is porous, the Buccaneers have two of the best cornerbacks in the league with Aqib Talib on the left and crafty veteran Ronde Barber on the right.

2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The 2009 season opens for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a couple of notable figures missing from their sideline, former Head Coach Jon Gruden and long-time Defensive Coordinator Monte Kiffin. The new sheriff in-town for the Bucs is Head Coach Raheem Morris, who has led the Tampa Bay defense for the past couple of seasons. Morris inherits some talent on offense with wide receivers Antonio Bryant and Michael Clayton. The Bucs also brought in talented, yet troubled, tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. If Morris can motivate Winslow and get his quarterbacks playing good football, then the Tampa offense could be unexpectedly good. On defense the Buccaneers should regain their place as one of the top units in the NFC. They have talent across the unit in players like Chris Hovan, Gaines Adams, Barrett Rudd and Aqib Talib. Look for Tampa Bay to field an aggressive defense in 2009 and a solid offense. If those two come together then the Bucs could be heading downstate to Miami for the 2010 Super bowl.

2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Season Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have become one of the toughest teams in the NFL. The Tampa Bay Bucs struggled last season and missed the playoffs, and even had some struggles early this season, but they've established that they are in the hunt for a playoff berth, and will be a tough team to get through for anyone with Super Bowl aspirations. A game this year at Raymond James in Tampa is an exciting experience where Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans can watch these perennial underdogs led by quarterback Jeff Garcia fight to bring the team back to the glory they saw just a few years ago.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers News

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 12/16/2016

Bucs WR Adam Humphries has cleared the concussion protocol and is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 12/2/2016

Gerald McCoy is close to returning to play for the Bucs as he resumed practice this week. McCoy suffered a foot injury and he may return as soon as Sunday’s game against the Chargers.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 11/11/2016

Buccaneers wide receiver Russell Shepard has sat out from practice all week because of a hip injury, however he is still expected to play against the Bears on Sunday.

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