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BUCS GIVE FANS FIRST TICKET BREAK IN 19 SEASONS
Published February 1, 1995
The Bucs will offer their fans discounted season-tickets and a greater number of lower-priced seats for the '95 season. The reduction in the highest price season-tickets is expected to be from $400 to $360. This will be the first price cut in the team's 19-year history. The team's season-ticket base had dropped from 29,157 to 23,300, a league low (Nick Pugliese, TAMPA TRIBUNE, 2/1).