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With a young and talented roster, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be one of the teams on the rise 2017. With young QB Jameis Winston and many more weapons, the Buccaneers are a team to fear heading forward. Make sure to find the best tickets to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Rukkus today!

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Where is the best parking at Raymond James Stadium?

Raymond James Stadium has many parking spaces available for purchase when attending a Tampa Bay Buccaneers game. A normal car price is $25 per space across all the lots available around Raymond James Stadium.

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What makes Raymond James Stadium special?

One of the most recognizable features of Raymond James Stadium is the 103-foot replica pirate ship, which fires soft-rubber footballs and confetti each time the Buccaneers score points or enter the red zone. The replica pirate ship is one of the most recognizable stadium features across the NFL and truly represents the Tampa Bay Buccaneers franchise.

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There is no better sight than an NFL game in beautiful Tampa, Florida. Come join the thousands of Buccaneers fans that make these games into incredible experiences. The “Bucs” are a fast, young team that comes out to prove itself during every game. The home crowd at Raymond James Stadium supports their team enthusiastically and the atmosphere in the stadium is phenomenal. Get your tickets today and be part of the experience!

The Buccaneers play fast-paced football that shows off their talented athletes and wears down their opposition. The offense is highlighted by shifty young running backs and terrific wide receivers. Defensively, the Buccaneers make it difficult for their opponents to score by making big plays and huge hits. The action on the field is non-stop and is something that you need to see for yourself. Come and experience the thrill of live NFL action!

Raymond James Stadium also adds to the excitement of the NFL action. The home crowd is notorious for making a noisy and boisterous atmosphere. The environment has even been known to affect the opposition’s play on the field because of the loud crowd noise. Raymond James Stadium is a fantastic host for an NFL game and is a must-see facility for all football fans.

Terrific on-field action, a gorgeous stadium facility, and a festive mood are guaranteed at Raymond James Stadium. The talented athletes will impress you with highlight-reel plays and a passionate approach to the game. The rowdy Buccaneers home crowd is sure to amaze you with the energy and excitement in the building. Get your tickets today and be a part of the action!

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Overview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers joined the NFL as one of two expansion teams for the 1976 season. Originally part of the AFC West, the Bucs would switch conferences with their expansion counterpart Seattle Seahawks and join the NFC Central for the 1977 season. Home games were contested at Tampa Stadium, affectionately known as ‘The Big Sombrero’, from the teams’ inception through 1997. They moved into the newly constructed Raymond James Stadium in 1998 and continue to play their home games there today.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Early History

To say the Buccaneers struggled out of the gates would be putting it mildly. The team would fail to win a game in its inaugural campaign, finishing 0-14 while being outscored by a cumulative total of 412-125. The losing ways continued well into 1977, with the Bucs finally winning their first game in Week 13 vs. the New Orleans Saints. The loss cost Saints Head Coach Hank Stram his job. The team actually won a second game the following week over the St. Louis Cardinals, who would also part ways with their Head Coach – Don Coryell – shortly thereafter. Tampa Bay showed a little improvement in 1978, finishing with a record of 5-11.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers First Taste of Success

The Bucs shot out of the gates to start the 1979 season by winning their first five games. Although they would cool off and finish 10-6, their final record was good enough to nab the NFC Central crown and a spot in the playoffs. The Bucs would upset the Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round and go on to host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship game, with the Bucs losing 9-0.

The team would take a step back in 1980 and finish 5-10-1. They bounced back nicely in 1981, finishing 9-7 and capturing their second NFC Central crown. The Divisional Round was not so kind to the Bucs this time around as they were destroyed 38-0 by the Dallas Cowboys.

A players strike wiped seven weeks off of the 1982 season. The Bucs would finish 5-4, good enough to qualify for an expanded playoff slate. The Dallas Cowboys were up again in round one and although the game was a bit closer, the Bucs fell again to the Cowboys 30-17. It would be the last taste of the postseason for Tampa and their fans until well into the next decade.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Run of Futility

Beginning in 1983, the Bucs would begin a run of futility that would reach epic proportions. The Bucs and their faithful would endure fourteen consecutive losing seasons – thirteen of which would see them lose at least ten games.

Several factors combined to result in a perfect storm of ineptitude. For one, their payroll was consistently near the bottom of the league, resulting in a dearth of talent outside of a few bright spots. Poor drafting and an inability to sign quality players insured the Bucs would remain at the bottom of the barrel.

Attendance suffered dramatically and there was always a threat of franchise relocation hanging in the air. Flirtations with potential franchise saviors such as the 1992 courting of Super Bowl winning Head Coach Bill Parcells failed to materialize.

The franchise finally made a good choice to fill their Head Coaching position when they hired Minnesota Vikings Defensive Coordinator Tony Dungy in 1996. The team began to show signs of life after beginning the season at 1-8, ultimately finishing the season at 6-10. The seeds of future success had been planted.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Return to Relevance

The Bucs built on their strong play to close out the previous season and began the 1997 season with a record of 5-0. Defense was the cornerstone and featured Derrick Brooks, Warren Sapp, Hardy Nickerson and John Lynch. Dungy had installed a version of the Cover 2 defense and it was implemented so successfully it would go on to become known as the ‘Tampa 2.’

They finished the season at 10-6 and secured a Wild Card berth, knocking off the Detroit Lions in the final game at Tampa Stadium in the Wild Card round before falling to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional round. A small step back in 1998 saw the club finish at 8-8 but they remained competitive throughout the season behind their imposing defense.

Dungy would lead the club to the playoffs each season from 1999-2001. The ’99 squad made it as far as the NFC Championship game where they fell to the St. Louis Rams. Both 2000 and 2001 would end with disappointing losses on the road to the Philadelphia Eagles in the Wild Card round. Dungy was fired as the club was unable to make it over the hump to the Super Bowl, quickly taking the Head Coaching position with the Indianapolis Colts.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl Season

After several attempts at securing a big name coach came up empty, the Bucs were able to work out a deal with the Oakland Raiders that would have them release their Head Coach, Jon Gruden, who would subsequently be hired by the Bucs. The Bucs sent four draft picks and $8 million in cash to the Raiders to make it happen.

2002 also saw a realignment of divisions for the NFL with the Bucs moving to the newly formed NFC South. Joining the Bucs were the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints. The Buccaneers rolled to the best record in franchise history, 12-4 and won the NFC South title.

Defense remained the hallmark and LB Derrick Brooks was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year. They defeated the San Francisco 49ers in the Divisional Round before finally being able to get past the Philadelphia Eagles to win the NFC title game.

As irony would have it, the Oakland Raiders represented the AFC in Super Bowl XXXVII. Behind strong defensive play that resulted in five interceptions of opposing QB Rich Gannon, the Bucs rolled to a 48-21 victory to claim their first Super Bowl title. S Dexter Jackson was named MVP.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Present Day

Gruden would stay on through the 2008 season, leading the team to two more playoff berths along the way but quickly bowing out in both appearances. Gruden was dismissed after the 2008 season and would go on to the Monday Night Football booth.

The Bucs and their faithful went through the reigns of Raheem Morris and Greg Schiano without sniffing anything resembling success. Lovie Smith was hired as Head Coach in 2014, suffering through a 2-14 record as he tries to steer the pirate ship on course.

Things may be looking up for the Bucs going forward. The club secured the 1st pick in the 2015 NFL Draft and used it to acquire QB Jameis Winston from FSU. Winston has a world of talent but there have been some concerns on off the field issues, if he can keep his head straight the Bucs may have a rare franchise QB in their midst.

Winston will have several targets as he develops in his first season with the club. The imposing WR duo of Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans will keep opposing defenses honest. The Bucs should be able to put some points on the board and we can expect Smith to continue improving the defense. Expect the club to use a favorable last-place schedule to their advantage and continue their rebuilding efforts.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Lineup

  • Mike Glennon
  • Josh McCown
  • Mike James
  • Doug Martin
  • Bobby Rainey
  • Charles Sims
  • Marcus Thigpen
  • Jorvorskie Lane
  • Mike Evans
  • Robert Herron
  • Trindon Holliday
  • Vincent Jackson
  • Louis Murphy
  • Russell Shepard
  • Brandon Myers
  • Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  • Luke Stocker
  • Andrew DePaola
  • Evan Dietrich-Smith
  • Anthony Collins
  • Oniel Cousins
  • Demar Dotson
  • Garrett Gilkey
  • Kevin Pamphile
  • Kadeem Edwards
  • Logan Mankins
  • Patrick Omameh
  • Da'Quan Bowers
  • Adrian Clayborn
  • Larry English
  • T.J. Fatinikun
  • William Gholston
  • Michael Johnson
  • Jacquies Smith
  • Gerald McCoy
  • Clinton McDonald
  • Akeem Spence
  • Lavonte David
  • Dane Fletcher
  • Mason Foster
  • Danny Lansanah
  • Orie Lemon
  • Brandon Magee
  • Johnthan Banks
  • Crezdon Butler
  • Isaiah Frey
  • Mike Jenkins
  • Leonard Johnson
  • Alterraun Verner
  • Brandon Dixon
  • Dashon Goldson
  • Bradley McDougald
  • Keith Tandy
  • Major Wright
  • Patrick Murray
  • Michael Koenen

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Cheap Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Indianapolis Colts — 11/29/2015
Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
$4.00 Preseason: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins — 09/03/2015
Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, FL
$4.00 Preseason: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins — 09/03/2015
Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, FL
$4.00 Preseason: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Minnesota Vikings — 08/15/2015
TCF Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$8.00 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons — 11/01/2015
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$9.00 NFL Preseason: Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 08/31/2017
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$12.00 NFL Preseason: Washington Redskins at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 08/31/2016
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$13.00 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Kansas City Chiefs — 11/20/2016
Arrowhead Stadium; Kansas City, MO
$14.00 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons — 09/11/2016
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$16.00 Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers — 12/14/2014
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC

Best and Most Expensive Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$9,020.00Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Carolina Panthers — 01/03/2016
Bank of America Stadium; Charlotte, NC
$217.00New England Patriots at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 10/05/2017
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$182.00New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 10/01/2017
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$180.00Chicago Bears at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 12/27/2015
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$172.00Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 10/04/2015
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$157.00New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 11/08/2015
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$120.00Dallas Cowboys at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 11/15/2015
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$116.00Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 12/21/2014
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$115.00NFL Preseason: Cleveland Browns at Tampa Bay Buccaneers — 08/26/2016
Raymond James Stadium; Tampa, FL
$78.00Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Green Bay Packers — 12/03/2017
Lambeau Field; Green Bay, WI