MORE DEPOSITS: Bucs chat rooms are alive with talk about whether they plan
to charge season-ticket holders another seat deposit when the 10-year commitment
expires after the 2006 season. According to chief operating officer Eric Land,
the issue has not been discussed. "It's two years away and not really on our
radar right now," he said.
This, of course, comes from a team that has raised ticket prices four straight seasons.The Bucs claim to have more than 100,000 requests on their season-ticket waiting list. Charging a new 10-year seat deposit - or perhaps a seat license that is not refundable - would create a windfall of cash for owner Malcolm Glazer. Word is, it's going to happen.
Sunday, March 19, 2006
W hat The?
Ok now I am a little pissed off. I pay enough for my tickets, and it seems like the Glazers are trying to become the next Daniel Snyder by cashimg in. At least Snyder puts the money back into free agency. It seems St Pete Times found this out: