Raymond James Stadium, Tampa
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Often seating nearly 66,000 spectators, Raymond James Stadium plays home to the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since the stadium opened in 1998, it has hosted a variety of sporting events, including Super Bowls, equestrian competitions, and soccer games. Join a guided tour to get a look at the inner workings of this major sports complex. You'll pass through the locker rooms, suites, and even get a chance to step onto the field and see some of the NFL's largest video screens. Don't miss the 31 m (103 ft) pirate ship, which blasts confetti and rubber footballs from its cannons whenever the team scores. Book your tour online in advance as the walk-up spots fill quickly. Make Raymond James Stadium a centerpiece of your Tampa vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Tampa tour planner.
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Saw our bulls open the season tonight. I experienced the new hd digital boards for myself and they are impressive. Sat in 104 2 rows up..the action was within reach at times. The stadium was clean..th... read more »
there really isn't a bad seat here at all..Full visability from all seats..The parking is enormous and the food is pretty darn good too..
My boyfriend and I decided to check out a Bucs game while visiting the area for vacation as we are both sports nuts! While I am a Pittsburgh Steelers fan to the core, I can appreciate other teams and ... read more »
I always have a great time here... Bucs games, concerts, other events. Even though this Stadium is older now, it's still looks good, although I haven't been in any other contemporary stadiums to compare. I'm usually in the Club level, where there's plenty of climate-controlled seating & food/beverage options, plus a huge wall monitor & TVs everywhere so I never miss a thing. The pirate ship in the end zone is fun, too, especially when the Bucs score & cannons fire! The staff is always friendly, and the bathrooms are clean (except for that broken paper towel dispenser in the West Club that hasn't been fixed for at least 2 events). The food is average... Nothing spectacular. Not even in the Galley buffet downstairs. For $28, it should be better. I could've eaten before I came, or spent half that on food inside the stadium - the quality is the same, just average.
This place is horrible. Parking sucks. Full of fat drunk tampa rednecks tailgating. Trash all over. Bathrooms disgusting. Over priced flat beer. Nasty food. Lots of Mexicans and coons. Worse off all is the rapist negro playing QB.
It's been the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for as far back as i can remember and I'm 48years young man great view for football, monster truck*s traactor pulls, Bull riding ,motocross raceing .It's a great time with family and friends .
Cool stadium, good concessions, typical seats. Too bad teams there aren't the best.
So easy to get good seat for cheap. Parking is a nightmare. Once inside it's easy to get around. They have screens everywhere if you need to leave your seat, so you don't miss any of the action. They also have speakers in the restrooms that keep you up to date on the game. Beer and food selections are good. When Tampa scores they fire the cannons, which is awesome. Every time the announcer says Tampa (i.e. Touchdown Tampa) the crowd responds with Baaaaaaay. Some of the best fans in the NFL.
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