After their first winning season in six years, the Bucs are making some of their fans pay more to see a game at Raymond James Stadium next season. For the second year in a row, Tampa Bay is raising season ticket prices for most seats, with increases as much as 20 percent for some upper- and lower-level seats. The team began a social media blitz Saturday advertising season ticket passes. The Bucs raised ticket prices last year for the first time in eight years. In 2015, they had the second-lowest ticket price in the NFL with an average of $62.35. The past two increases have raised the prices of some upper-level seats by 50 percent, from $300 to $450. Ten other upper-level sections have gone from $350 to $500, a two-year increase of 43 percent. Lower-level 50-yard line seats have gone from $990 to $1,350, an increase of 36 percent.
Bucs raise season ticket prices for second straight year
Tampa Bay Times | Feb 19