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WARN THE NEIGHBORS -- BUCS TICKET SALES STRONG
Published February 8, 1995
The Bucs sold 1,026 season-tickets on the first day of ticket sales, due to reduced prices and "perhaps increased interest." More than 600 season-tickets were purchased for $150, part of the special "$Buc-50 Zone," where a minimum of 4 tickets must be purchased for the special rate of $15 a game. The team is trying to "recoup the loss" of more than 6,000 season-ticket holders after they raised prices last year, and improve a season- ticket base which ranked 27th in the NFL a year ago. Season tickets at reduced prices will be on sale until May 12 (Rick Stroud, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES, 2/8).