Despite producing their worst record (4-12) since 1991, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have increased ticket prices for the 2007 football season.
Prices have increased anywhere between $1 and $7 per ticket, depending on seat location. Ticket prices for the 2007 season at Raymond James Stadium will be $76, $70, $ 60, $58, $45, $42 and $31. Club seat pricing will be adjusted to reflect the terms of those agreements.
The Buccaneers, who have sold out all of their home games since the 1998 season, mailed invoices to season ticket holders this week.
Tampa Bay’s 2007 home schedule features games against Atlanta, Carolina, New Orleans, Arizona, Jacksonville, St. Louis, Tennessee and Washington. The Bucs will not announce their two preseason opponents until April.
The NFL is expected to announce dates and times for each of Tampa Bay’s home games sometime in April.
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