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Buccaneers reducing 2013 ticket prices

The team has struggled to attract fans this season despite remaining on the fringe of the playoff hunt.

J. Meric

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will reduce season ticket prices on approximately 35 percent of their seats in 2013, according to the Tampa Bay Times. The Bucs have had only one sellout this season. They have averaged 55,612 fans for their home games so far this season, which ranks 31st in the league. Raymond James Stadium holds more than 65,000 seats.

"Nothing beats the live experience of Raymond James Stadium on Sundays, and our number one goal is to provide an affordable, enjoyable, and safe gameday experience for the entire family," co-chairman Ed Glazer said.

In certain sections of the stadium, seats will start as low as $30 per game for adults and $15 per game for children. The season tickets will still offer a discount over single-game tickets, and the team will keep its various payment options.

The Bucs currently sit two games out of a Wild Card spot with three games left to play. They travel to New Orleans this weekend.

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