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January 18, 2010 @ 3:26 am
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Bucs Keep Ticket Prices The Same, Some Prices Reduced

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Monday that season ticket prices for the 2010 season will remain the same, and in some sections prices will be reduced. The Bucs will also offer a new $35 general ticket price.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Monday that season ticket prices for the 2010 season will remain the same, and in some sections prices will be reduced.

The announcement comes weeks after Tampa Bay's 2009 season concluded with a 3-13 record, its worst since the 1991 season. That record included a 1-7 outing at Raymond James Stadium.

General season ticket prices for the 2010 season at Ray-Jay will be $99, $89, $85, $75, $65, $55, $50, $49, $42, and $35 per game. The Bucs also plan to introduce a new $35 general ticket price.

The Bucs plan to continue offering season ticket holders a discount versus individual game pricing.

"We recognize this is a challenging economy for our fans," said Jason Layton, senior director of sales and finance. "With new lower ticket prices there is a seating option for all of our fans to become a season ticket holder."

Although the 2010 regular season schedule won't be announced until April, Tampa Bay's 2010 opponents have already been determined. The Bucs will host Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Cleveland, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Seattle and St. Louis at Raymond James Stadium this year.

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