The Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization dates back to 1976 when they were an expansion franchise. The Bucs struggled in their early years, including their first season when they were winless. Tampa Bay made their first trip to the postseason in the 1979 season when they lost in the NFC Conference Championship. The franchise struggled through the 1980s into the 1990s until they reached the playoffs in 1998 and advanced to the Divisional Round. The organization peaked from 1999-2002 when they reached the NFC Championship Game twice including their first Super Bowl title in 2003 against the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVIII. Whenever Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff tickets go on sale, the fan base quickly jumps at the opportunity to see their favorite team in action. Tampa Bay playoff tickets are always high in demand as the fan base has established themselves as one of the best in the NFL. Score with Ticket City – the place to go for Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff tickets.
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A victory in the 2018 Super Bowl would give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers their second which would put them in a rare class of franchises that have won multiple Super Bowl titles. For the Buccaneers to reach the pinnacle again, they will have to navigate themselves through a very difficult NFC Playoff Schedule. The 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff schedule will be determined by their final record in the 2018 regular season, a record which will also determine home field advantage throughout the playoffs. The 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff Schedule will include many of the most in demand games in the NFL this season.
- 2008: Lost NFC Wild Card (New York Giants)
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How much are 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff Tickets?
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff tickets are always in high demand and are often among the most sought after in the NFL. Ticket prices vary depending on demand and availability and will fluctuate between season, game, and opponent. Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff ticket prices tend to trend upward as the team moves farther into the playoffs.
Where can I buy 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff Tickets?
TicketCity has a large inventory of Tampa Bay Buccaneers home and away playoff tickets. Our inventory includes some of the top seats at Raymond James Stadium, and some of the best priced tickets on the market.
What was the best Tampa Bay Buccaneers Playoff team of all time?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff history dates back to 1979, when the Bucs reached and won their first NFL playoff game. Major success in the NFL playoffs wouldn't come for a couple decades, with the Buccanneers best playoff team appearing in 2002. Led by one of the best defenses in NFL playoff history, the 2002 Tampa Bay Buccaneers playoff team included names like Warren Sapp, and Derrick Brooks. The team dominated each of the 3 teams that they played in the playoffs, including a 48-21 victory in Super Bowl XXXVII