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  • Tue., Sep. 08, 2015 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDT Back to Football Forum with the Buccaneers Luncheon The Tampa Bay Buccaneers invite local business leaders and Bucs fans to enjoy lunch and a 2015 season preview with Buccaneers Co-Chairman Bryan Glazer, Head Coach Lovie Smith and General Manager Jason Licht, along with various players.

  • Wed., Sep. 09, 2015 9:00 AM EDT Buccaneers Academy FDOT Backpack Caravan While getting ready for their own kickoff on the football field, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are proud to also help kick off the school year for young Bay-area Bucs fans!
  • Wed., Sep. 09, 2015 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDT Downtown Tampa SIEGE Celebration The Bucs will “SIEGE” Joe Chillura Courthouse Square Park to celebrate the upcoming Hispanic Heritage Month, the City of Tampa’s historic Hispanic roots and the beginning of our regular season! This fun, free event will feature autographs from Bucs Legends, the Buccaneers Street Team, a Buccaneers Cheerleader performance and various food truck vendors!
  • Thu., Sep. 10, 2015 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM EDT Launch Party for RED, the Buccaneers new Women’s Movement

    Join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 10th from 6pm-9pm at Raymond James Stadium to be a part of the Buccaneers all-new RED, the Women’s Movement!

  • Sat., Sep. 12, 2015 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT Back to Football Celebration at Glazer Children’s Museum Celebrate the season opener with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by joining us at a special Back to Football event at the Glazer Children’s Museum!
  • Sun., Sep. 13, 2015 4:25 PM EDT Buccaneers vs. Titans Week 1
  • Tue., Sep. 15, 2015 12:00 PM EDT UnitedHealthcare Learning Garden Build UnitedHealthcare volunteers, Bucs players, cheerleaders, and Captain Fear will construct Learning Garden kits at One Buccaneer Place that will teach students about growing healthy, sustainable foods.
  • Sun., Sep. 20, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Buccaneers @ Saints Week 2
  • Tue., Sep. 22, 2015 12:00 PM EDT UnitedHealthcare Learning Garden Delivery Buccaneers staff will install Learning Gardens in seven Buccaneers Academies.
  • Sun., Sep. 27, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Buccaneers @ Texans Week 3
  • Tue., Sep. 29, 2015 12:00 PM EDT Bucs Vision Mobile powered by Glazer Family Foundation Vehicle Unveiling The new and improved Bucs Vision Mobile powered by Glazer Family Foundation will be unveiled at Twin Lakes Elementary School!
  • Sun., Oct. 04, 2015 1:00 PM EDT Buccaneers vs. Panthers Week 4



Buc Fans Stay Plugged In on Game Day

Posted Nov 21, 2012

The only thing more powerful than Tampa Bay's next-generation offense is the array of technological advances available to fans when they attend games at Raymond James Stadium

As the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare to begin the playoff stretch drive on Sunday with a game against the rival Atlanta Falcons at Raymond James Stadium, they do so with an offense more advanced than any they've ever fielded in team history.  These are not your father's Buccaneers; this team has leapt fully into the high-powered NFL world of the 2010s.


Fans who attend Buccaneer games at Raymond James Stadium are treated to this explosive offensive display.  Fittingly, they also find themselves in a viewing environment that is as advanced as any in the world of professional sports.  Utilizing both the latest technology and an increased dedication to customer service, the Buccaneers are striving to make attending their games as easy, fun and rewarding as possible.


Most recently, the Buccaneers have added new ways for fans to get their tickets and get into the stadium as simply and quickly as possible. 


At the start of the 2012 preseason, the Buccaneers began using Ticketmaster’s mobile ticketing application for scanning virtual tickets. The app, available for all smartphones and devices, enables fans to purchase tickets, and Tampa Bay is the first NFL team to utilize the app’s paperless ticketing capability, which allows fans to pull up their tickets on their smartphones and have them scanned upon entry to the stadium.


By Week Six of the regular season, the Buccaneers had also become the first NFL team to use Apple’s "Passbook" app. Passbook – a new feature on Apple’s iO6 operating system – serves as a “mobile wallet,” allowing users to store and sort all virtual cards, tickets, and offers. Fans using Passbook can purchase Buccaneers tickets from Ticketmaster and then store them in their Passbook accounts for easy access. Passbook tickets use Quick Response (QR) Code rather than a traditional barcode, and the scanners at Raymond James Stadium have been updated to accept QR-style code.


While tickets can be purchased right outside the stadium this way, fans who wish to spend more advance time choosing the perfect seats can do so easily through the Buccaneers' "Virtual Venue" by IOMEDIA.  This tool allows potential ticket-buyers to scan the stadium and compare the views and other details of any seat in the stadium against other seats.  The Virtual Venue also allows visitors to look into luxury suites and see the various options for this type of seating.


The Passbook App was just the latest innovation introduced by the Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium this season.  The team has also introduced free stadium-wide Wi-Fi, increased rewards for using the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Official Mobile App, brought in a new in-game production company and improved customer service.


Free Wi-Fi in the stadium has been particularly popular among Buccaneer fans on game days, as it allows them to use their various devices to add to how they take in information about the game on the field and to keep abreast of all the action around the NFL.  Fans can fully immerse themselves in the experience at Raymond James Stadium without ever unplugging from their own networks.


No fees or passwords are required to access the stadium Wi-Fi on game days, so fans in attendance can access scores from around the league, watch their fantasy matchups develop and gather information about the action taking place on the field in front of them. The best way to do this, of course, is through the Buccaneers’ Official Mobile App, a tablet and smartphone application that is offered for Apple, Android, Blackberry and Windows devices. The Buccaneers App features stats, rosters, news updates and much more…and on game day, those in the stadium will be able to unlock special features associated with the stadium experience.


Speaking of that experience, the Buccaneers have partnered with the group that has produced the past 18 Super Bowls to greatly enhance the added entertainment within the stadium.  That includes providing more and better instant replays, something Buccaneer fans had noted as a priority.  A brand-new replay system has provided several new cameras for additional angles; fans now have the chance to go "Under the Hood," as the stadium BucVision boards display the same replays that the field officials view on sideline monitors.


To augment all of these new features and make sure fans are getting the full benefit of them, the team has made customer service on game day a top priority. Dozens of additional trained Buccaneers staff have been posted around the stadium in 2012 to provide help before, during and after each game. Quads A and C feature new Guest and Member Relations Headquarters, staffed by employees ready to aid fans with any questions or issues.