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Buccaneers resort to giving tickets for free after 8 years of low participation

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans got a rare treatment sunday during a game against San Francisco 49ers: Team's second victory for…

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans got a rare treatment sunday during a game against San Francisco 49ers: Team’s second victory for two months. Unfortunately, not many fans were around to witness it.

Per Greg Auman of The Athletic was Buccaneers presence of the 40,682 team’s lowest rating for any home game since a November 2010 game against the Carolina Panthers. Per Tampa Bay Times, Buccaneers third ranked worst in NFL in average attendance, and is behind only Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Chargers, who play in a football stadium.

It’s less than perfect for a 4-7 team that has encountered many less than ideal things this season. In order to remedy the presence that is worrying, it is according to Buccaneers drastic measures.

To fill the spot at the Raymond James Stadium, Buccaneer’s season ticket holders can bring as many as two acquaintances to the team’s match on Sunday. As a result, the system will work by making fans reserve tickets from a limited pool.

There is no word if Bucs will do this for his remaining home games against the Saints and the Falcons, but if they make it a game against a divisive, it makes sense that they can do it for the others.

The best way to get the fans to seats would be to Tampa Bay to start winning a little more regularly, but it may be a long order for a team that holds alternate quarterbacks and players, ranking at the bottom five in NFL in allowed points and has a head coach that very few expect to be with the team next year.

Then also gives a small part of Raymond James Stadium’s 65,618 seat capacity at least guaranteeing Buccaneers honor for the most busy team in their own stadium.

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