The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been blowing out season tickets ever since the word that Tom Brady could be a Buccaneer.
The Bucs are raising season tickets prices by 15%; however, the price rise will be for new season tickets purchasers and not for existing season ticket holders or those who are going to renew.
Greg Auman of TheAthletic.com stated in his recent article: Hike! Hike! With Tom Brady comes increases for Bucs tickets, but fans don’t mind “It’s not surprising, given the high cost of bringing in a superstar like Brady to Tampa Bay, but the price of new season tickets in all-nonclub sections of Raymond James Stadium was raised by 15 percent from the previous cost. The difference is an extra $135 (over 10 games) for the best upper-level seats and about $255 for the best lower-level seats. The cost for the club seats remain the same, and fans renewing their season tickets can do so without any increase.”
Now that Tom Brady has officially signed, ticket sales should rise exceptionally.