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Season-ticket holders will receive playoff information

By ROGER MILLS, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published December 15, 2001

Their record might be 7-5, but players aren't the only ones thinking playoffs. The Bucs announced Friday that, under directions from the NFL, season-ticket holders will begin receiving invoices through the mail outlining procedures for the purchase of postseason tickets.

With the Bucs' playoff hopes alive, there is a remote chance they could host a game either the wild-card weekend of Jan. 12 and 13, the divisional playoff weekend of Jan. 19 and 20 or the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 27.

Dates for single-game ticket sales have not been determined.

Ticket prices, set by the NFL, are $35, $45, $60 and $80 for the first two rounds and $40, $55, $73 and $95 for the championship game.

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