Fans who are not carrying bags to Tampa Bay Buccaneers games this season will be allowed to bypass the usual screening lines, allowing for faster access to at Raymond James Stadium.
The team and Tampa Sports Authority announced a new “No Bag Express Lane” policy, which will begin with Saturday night’s preseason game against the Miami Dolphins.
Fans still must adhere to the bag policy established throughout the National Football League last season, and which applies to all Raymond James Stadium events. It allows fans to carry one approved clear bag (not to exceed 12 inches wide and 6 inches deep) and up to one small clutch-style bag.
“The implementation of the league’s clear bag policy went very smoothly last year and we feel this addition to the policy will allow us to move fans through the entry gates in a more effective and efficient manner,” Bucs Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford said.
Fans with a medical/special needs request should contact the stadium office at (813) 350-6508 or visit the TSA website to submit a special needs request form.