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Raymond James Stadium seat numbers follow a very simple pattern. Seat 1 is always on the aisle closer to the lower numbered adjacent section. For example, seat 1 in section 110 is on the aisle side closest to section 109 and seat 24 is on the aisle next to section 111.
"Despite the Bucs' and USF's losing streak, going to Raymond James Stadium ("Ray Jay") is always a good time. Traffic and parking around the stadium on game days aren't too bad. The facility is always clean and I feel safe being in it. The only thing is that Raymond James is an outdoor stadium so it can get quite hot in the Florida heat. The best part about the stadium is the pirate ship, of course. The cannon is fired once for each point scored. I haven't been on the ship yet, but it's fun being near it because throughout the game people on the ship would throw beads, t-shirts, and other free prizes to the people below."
History and Overview
Raymond James Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium located in Tampa, Florida, and is home to the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Raymond James Stadium has hosted two Super Bowls in in history, Super Bowl XXXV and Super Bowl XLIII. Raymond James Stadium opened in 1998, and has a capacity of 65,890 for Bucs games.
The best seats at the Raymond James Stadium are located in the lower level and club sections closest to midfield. If you are browsing tickets along the sidelines, be sure to sit above row J, as this will give you enough height to see the plays develop from all angles of the field.
The club seats at Raymond James Stadium are located in the 200 level in sections 205-216, and 230-241. Tampa Bay Bucs club seats are two inches wider than regular seats and are cushioned. They also provide access to an air-conditioned concourse with restaurants, bars, and lounge seating. There are 27 lettered rows of seats in the club level, which is much larger than most NFL club sections.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers bench is located in front of sections 109-112, and the visitors bench is located in front of sections 134-137.
Buccaneers Cove at Raymond James Stadium is located behind sections 146-150, and "harbors" a mighty pirate ship, which fires its cannons after each Bucs score (7 times for a touchdown, 3 for a field goal, and 2 for a safety).
Raymond James Stadium Ticket Policy
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