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Suite Levels at Raymond James Stadium

Club Level Suite

16 Tickets
24 Capacity
3 Parking

Club Suites are located on the corners of each end zones on the lowest suite level at Raymond James Stadium. Most Club Level Suites will accommodate 16-24 guests. Club... MORE

Lower Level Suite

16 Tickets
24 Capacity
3 Parking

Lower Level Suites at Raymond James Stadium can accommodate 16-24 guests. The Lower Suite Level is the largest suite level in the stadium containing over 90 suites.... MORE

Upper Level Suite

16 Tickets
24 Capacity

Upper Level Suites are stacked just on top of the Lower Level Suites and located just below the 300-level regular seating sections. Most Upper Level Suites will... MORE

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers suite prices typically range from $16,500 - $33,000. The price for a Buccaneers suite will vary based on day of game, the opponent, and the location of the suite in Raymond James Stadium. Suite prices for concerts and other events at Raymond James Stadium can vary widely based on the type of event.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Spotlight

The 2018 Tampa Bay Buccaneers are ready to take over the NFC South. Led by their quarterback, Jameis Winston, the Buccaneers will air it out to two of their biggest weapons, DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans. The Bucs hope second year tight end O.J. Howard build upon his rookie season. One familiar face who won’t be with the Bucs in 2018 is running back Doug Martin who left in free agency.

The Bucs made a blockbuster trade during the offseason by acquiring Jason Pierre-Paul. JPP is a major addition to the defensive line that already stars Gerald McCoy. The Buccaneers also didn’t stop there, they signed defensive end Vinny Curry in free agency. After getting the fewest sacks in the NFL last season, the 2018 Bucs defense has some major upgrades.

Experience Tampa Bay Buccaneers football from your own private suite. Through Suite Experience Group, you can rent a luxury box for any Buccaneers game. Buccaneers suites will be climate-controlled for your comfort and offer premium seating for your guests. With a Bucs suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Raymond James Stadium and access to the Stadium Club Level. Guests will also receive early entry into Raymond James Stadium and get the opportunity to enjoy their suite experience up to one hour after the game ends. Luxury boxes for the Buccaneers will be equipped with HDTVS throughout the suite, plenty of counter space, a refrigerator and a dedicated suite attendant. Guests can also cater their suite in advance to the event. At Raymond James Stadium there are 3 types of suites: Club Level, Lower Level and Upper Level.

Past Spotlights

The 2017 Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trending upward. After finishing with a winning record last season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to make the playoffs in 2017 for the first time in 7 seasons. The Bucs have their franchise quarterback in Jameis Winston. He has continued to show improvement with every season in the NFL. Wide receiver Mike Evans is a Pro-Bowl caliber player providing Winston with a huge down-field target. In the 2017 NFL draft, the Bucs added an athletic tight end in OJ Howard. Howard and Evans will be tough to cover with their exceptional size; both will be great redzone targets for Winston. In the offseason, Tampa Bay also signed speedster wide receiver DeSean Jackson. Jackson has the perfect down-field speed to complement the possession oriented receivers of Evans and Howard. The Jackson signing shows that the Bucs are determined to surround Winston with the necessary playmakers to make a post-season run.  

Tampa Bay is going all-in in 2017. The Bucs signed defensive tackle Chris Baker and safety JJ Wilcox in the offseason. Both are accomplished starters who should be immediate upgrades on defense. Linebacker Lavonte David is a dominant play-maker at middle linebacker. Up front, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy anchors Tampa Bay's front seven. McCoy is complimented by pass-rusher Robert Ayers. If the Bucs' defense holds strong, Tampa Bay will be a playoff team in 2017. 

In 2017, Raymond James Stadium will play host to the following opponents: Atlanta Falcons, New England Patriots, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, and New York Jets.

Suites and Special Events: Most Raymond James Stadium suites will include 16 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional tickets. With a Buccaneers suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Raymond James Stadium, and exclusive access to the Stadium Club lounge. Buccaneers suites feature upscale amenities such as granite countertops, interior lounge seating and exterior extra wide theater style seats. With your Buccaneers suite you will also have access to premium in-suite catering options, HDTV, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. In 2017, Raymond James Stadium will also host a U2 concert, CONCAAF soccer matches and the NCAAF Outback Bowl. 

Offense: Although the Buccaneers only finished 6-10, most commentators would say that 2015 was an extremely successful season based solely on the fact that the team found its franchise quarterback. Jameis Winston had an excellent rookie season and kept getting better as the season progressed. Winston threw for 4,042 yards and 22 touchdowns, which are some of the best numbers ever for a rookie quarterback. Winston’s success was assisted by the fact that he had one of the best running backs in the league to hand the ball off to. In a contract year, Doug Martin had one of his best seasons as he rushed for over 1,400 yards and scored 6 touchdowns. The Buc’s rewarded him with a five-year $35 million dollar contract in the offseason that pays Martin like one of the best backs in the league, so it will be interesting to see if he lives up to that contract. Winston’s rise was also aided by the talent he had at wide receiver as he has two of the biggest and most talented receivers in the NFL, Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans. Jackson played in only ten games last season, but should have another great year as long as he stays healthy. With Jackson out for almost half the year, Mike Evans had his best season to date. Evans was a dominant finishing with 74 receptions and over 1,200 yards. With the continued development from their talented youngsters, the Buc’s should have one of the best offenses in the league.

Defense: The MVP of Tampa Bay’s defense last year was undoubtedly linebacker LAvonte David. David had one of the most statistically dominant seasons ever for a middle linebacker. David was all over the field, finishing with 147 tackles, 3 sacks, 7 tackles for loss, 13 passes defended, 3 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles and 2 fumbles recovered. Next to such a great season the sneaky good rookie year of Kwon Alexander didn’t get nearly the press it deserved. Alexander, a fourth round pick out of LSU, intercepted two passes, had two sacks and had 93 tackles while being a general menace to opposing offenses. Up front, defensive tackle Gerald McCoy had another strong season. McCoy finished with 8.5 sacks while being an immovable force on the inside of the defensive line. The Buc’s did not have any standouts in the secondary but they did sign four-time Pro-Bowler Brent Grimes to be their starting corner. Grimes should significantly improve Tampa’s pass defense after going to his 3rd straight Pro Bowl. Tampa should have one of the better defenses in the league this year because of their added pieces plus the strong play of their incumbent players.

Schedule: In 2016, Raymond James Stadium will host the following teams: Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Los Angeles Rams, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers.

Suites and Special Events: A Tampa Bay Buccaneers suite will include 16 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional tickets. With a Buccaneers suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Raymond James Stadium and exclusive access to the Stadium Club lounge. Buccaneers suites feature upscale furnishing such as granite countertops, interior lounge seating and exterior extra wide theater style seats to watch the game in. With your Buccaneers suite you will have premium in-suite catering options, HDTV, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. Raymond James Stadium will also host the College Football Playoff National Championship, University of South Florida Football Home Games and the Outback Bowl.

Head coach Lovie Smith’s first season as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach didn’t quite go as planned. The Buccaneers finished the 2014 season in last place in the NFC South with a 2-14 record. That record earned the Buccaneers the number one draft pick in the 2015 NFL draft. The Buccaneers had just one player named to the Pro Bowl and that was defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. To kick off the offseason the Buccaneers released quarterback Josh McCown. Rookie of the Year candidate Mike Evans finished with a fantastic season in his first year in the pros. Evans had 68 receptions, over 1,000 yards and 12 touchdowns. Evans’ 12 touchdowns was a franchise record for a Bucs wide receiver in a single season. Evans wasn’t the only Buccaneers wide receiver to reach 1,000 yards as Vincent Jackson topped the mark as well. Jackson has reached at least 1,000 yards six times in the past seven seasons. There wasn’t a running back for the Bucs in 2014 that really impressed the team. Between Doug Martin, Bobby Rainey and Charles Sims, they had 4 rushing touchdowns. Gerald McCoy led the defense in sacks with 8.5. Lavonte David had 146 tackles to lead the Buccaneers. The Buccaneers went without a win at Raymond James Stadium in 2014. The Bucs hope to turn things around in 2015 when they host the following teams at home: Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, Tennessee Titans and the Chicago Bears. A Tampa Bay Buccaneers suite will include 16 tickets with an option to purchase up to 4 additional tickets. With a Buccaneers suite you will receive VIP parking, private entry into Raymond James Stadium and exclusive access to the Stadium Club lounge. Buccaneers suites feature upscale furnishing such as granite countertops, interior lounge seating and exterior extra wide theater style seats to watch the game in. With your Buccaneers suite you will have premium in-suite catering options, HDTV, Wi-Fi and a dedicated suite attendant. Raymond James Stadium will also host the College Football Playoff National Championship game on January 9, 2017.

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