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The average ticket price for the Baltimore Ravens regular season NFL games has remained relatively consistent over the past six years. The lowest average ticket price for Ravens was in 2011, where the average price was $50 a ticket. The highest average ticket price came in 2012 after increasing 74% to $189. The current average Baltimore Ravens ticket price for the 2016 season is $120, which is a 9% decrease from the 2015 season.

Baltimore Ravens Regular Season Average Ticket Prices

(Data updated 11/2/2016)

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2016 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

After a plague of injuries in the 2015 season, the Baltimore Ravens are hoping for a better 2016 season. The Ravens are once again led by John Harbaugh as he takes on his ninth season as head coach. Former Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco, who signed a 3 year extension with the Ravens earlier this year, hopes to be healthy enough to start the regular season after tearing his ACL last season. The Baltimore Ravens roster also includes Mike Wallace returning as wide receiver, Eric Weddle as safety, and the Baltimore Ravens newest first round NFL draft pick Ronnie Stanley hopes to boost the Ravens’ offensive line. The 2016 Baltimore Ravens schedule is set, and the team is hoping to surpass their 5-11 record from last year. TicketCity is the place to go for Baltimore Ravens tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium, or supporting Baltimore on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Baltimore Ravens tickets, including home and away games.

Baltimore Ravens Football at M&T Bank Stadium

Address: 1101 Russell St, Baltimore, Maryland, 21230

The Ravens play their home games at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore Maryland. M&T Bank Stadium holds more than 71 thousand screaming fans and is one of the premiere venues in the NFL. The Ravens’ home offers unique views of the city of Baltimore, massive HD video monitors and depictions of famous moments in Ravens history on the club level of the stadium. The Baltimore Ravens home bench is on the M&T Bank Stadium sideline with sections 123-130, so if you want to be up close to the team, look for Baltimore Ravens tickets near those sections. M&T Bank Stadium parking information is covered in our Ravens event guide.

 
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Baltimore Ravens Rivals

These two teams have become the fiercest and toughest rivalry in the NFL. With both teams fighting for a division title on a regular basis and having multiple Super Bowl championships in the last 15 years, it is no wonder that this has quickly become a top rivalry in the NFL. The stakes are often at its highest when these two teams play and the intensity level is always off the charts.

One of the best rivalries in the NFL doesn’t involve two teams in the same division or in the same state. These two teams have become of the best rivalries because the stakes are often at its highest when they play each other and players from both teams are usually talking trash to one another. With multiple playoff matchups and classic regular season games including the Ravens almost defeating the Patriots in their undefeated regular season, this rivalry only continues to grow.

Ravens vs. Colts

This rivalry started before the Ravens became in existence. With the Colts formerly playing in Baltimore before moving in 1984, the hate was already formed between the fan bases. On the football field, these two teams have met many times throughout the years and often times for playoff seed positioning or the right to move on in the playoffs. With the games often times having a lot on the line, this matchup has become of the better rivalries in the NFL.

While the Ravens vs. Bengals matchup is not the most popular rivalry in the NFL, it is always a fun one to watch as both teams fight their way to the top of the AFC North.

The Ravens vs. Browns rivalry is one of the most heated in the NFL and for good reason. The Ravens were once the Browns. After the Browns became a franchise again in 1999, these two teams have battled it out twice a year. With the hatred spreading to the fan base of both cities, the intensity level is felt on the football field. This rivalry has shown no signs of slowing down and continues to be one of the more bitter matchups in the league.

Ravens in the Super Bowl, NFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs

The Ravens have quickly become one of the better franchises in the NFL since they became in existence in 1996. With multiple Super Bowl titles and AFC Championships in that span, the Ravens will only continue to build off the legacy they have established. The Ravens have made the playoffs 8+ times and will only add to that number in upcoming seasons.

Baltimore Ravens Event Guide

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What time do gates open prior to kick off for a Baltimore Ravens game?

All gates open for Ravens games two hours prior to kick off.

What are some good places to eat before a Ravens game?

Frank & Nic’s West End Grille is popular spot with an extensive list of specialty drinks, great burgers and some awesome entrees. The have a great chicken parm and the fish tacos are awesome. Sliders Bar & Grill is another excellent option for great pub faire and beer selection. Pickles Pub is a long-standing Baltimore favorite since ’88 that offers great game day specials. They have a fun atmosphere and awesome beer battered pickles.

Does my child need a ticket to attend a Ravens game?

No, all kids 2 and under do not need a ticket to enter MT Bank Stadium, they must sit in the lap of a ticketed adult.

How can I get cheap Baltimore Ravens tickets?

Prices can vary from day to day, so be sure to check TicketCity often for your chance to snag cheap Baltimore Ravens tickets. Preseason games are usually sold for below face value. Regular season games can vary based on team performance, playoff chances and opponent.

What is a unique experience at a Ravens game?

The Bud Light Party Zone is a bar located near section 134 on the lower concourse. It features a plethora of large flat screen TV’s to catch all the pre-game action. This is open to groups of approximately 30 people.

Baltimore Ravens Preview History

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2015 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

One of the biggest surprises of the 2014 season was the breakout year from Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett. After years as a backup, Forsett stormed into the starting role in 2014, rushing for more than 5 yards per carry and over 1,200 yards overall. The Baltimore Ravens fell just short of defeating the Super Bowl Champion Patriots in the playoffs, and will look to take the final step towards another Super Bowl title in 2015. To help them get there, the Ravens drafted talented wide receiver Breshard Perriman to play opposite of Steve Smith. The 2015 Baltimore Ravens defense will also receive plenty of new talent with the addition of Kyle Arrington, Carl Davis, and Za’Darius Smith. The AFC North will likely be one of the best divisions in the NFL again in 2015, and the Ravens will be right in the thick of the AFC playoff hunt once again.

2014 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

The Ravens couldn’t find an offensive identity last season, and it contributed to going 8-8 and missing the playoffs a year after winning the Super Bowl. Ray Rice couldn’t find a hole to run through and will start the 2014 season suspended from playing. The Ravens have brought in Justin Forsett, Steve Smith and Owen Daniels to help on offense, and early draft picks C.J. Mosely and Timmy Jernigan to help on the defensive side of the ball. Baltimore has brought in Gary Kubiak to take over the offense, who saw success in Houston before a disastrous performance last season. The Ravens will begin the season at home against the Bengals and Steelers, before their first road game in Cleveland. Baltimore will travel to New Orleans for the first time since winning the Super Bowl to take on the Saints, and will end the season at home against the Browns. The Ravens are in what many see as a wide open division, so the possibility is definitely there for another trip to the postseason in 2014.

2013 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

The Ravens will look almost completely different in 2013, but should still be one of the better teams in the NFL. Gone are Ravens stars Ray Lewis, Anquan Boldin and Ed Reed, as well as key defensive role players Dannell Ellerbe and Paul Kruger. However, Baltimore still possesses the talent necessary to return to the playoffs. Joe Flacco is returning under center and should continue to produce at a high level. Ray Rice and Torrey Smith remain two of the best playmakers in the NFL at running back and wide receiver respectively. Linebacker Terrell Suggs is still in the fold to captain the defense, and will be aided by veterans Haloti Ngata and Ladarius Webb. To aid a defense that lost many components, the Ravens signed former Denver Bronco pass rusher Elvis Dumervil and selected Florida safety Matt Elam in the first round of the NFL Draft. Though different from the Super Bowl team assembled a year ago, Baltimore is still a force to be reckoned with this season.

2011 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

The Baltimore Ravens have been to the playoffs for three consecutive years, and have seemingly been on the cusp of taking that next step and getting to the Super Bowl. This season may be the year, however, as quarterback Joe Flacco has one more year experience under his belt, and the Ravens typically tenacious defense will be back in full force. The Ravens will have plenty of talent on offense to surround Flacco. Though criticized for not having a killer instinct, Flacco has one of the strongest arms in the league and is flanked by Anquan Boldin, who is certainly a reliable target, and the newly acquired Lee Evans. Running back Ray Rice emerged as a go-to player last season, and will be solid with Ricky Williams now giving him breathers. Although the Ravens defense is very reliable, it will be their defense that gets them to the next level. Up front, Baltimore is led by linemen Terrence Cody and Haloti Ngata, both of whom strike fear into the heart of opposing quarterbacks. Ray Lewis still patrols the middle of the field and remains a force, as does safety Ed Reed–who is perhaps the best defensive back in the NFL when he is healthy.

2010 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

Although Flacco has not put up spectacular numbers since he entered the league, he has been a terrific game manager. He has a number of talented players joining him on offense, including running back Ray Rice, who had a break out season last year in running for over 1,300 yards. Veteran running back Willis McGahee will also be an important part of the offense, and the Ravens have added receiver Anquan Boldin, who will provide Flacco with a reliable target that he has been lacking his first couple seasons. As has been the case the last decade, the focus of the Baltimore game plan will be on defense. Although the group will certainly be solid, there are more questions than in years past. Ray Lewis, who has been the team's leader, is beginning to age, and the health of pro-bowl safety Ed Reed is up in the air following offseason surgery. The AFC North will be one of the most difficult divisions in the league this year, with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals looking strong heading into training camp. If the Ravens can make it through a tough schedule, they can get pretty far.

2009 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

The Baltimore Ravens found their quarterback of the future in former Delaware star Joe Flacco, and he rewarded the team's faith in him by leading them to the AFC Championship Game. So the Ravens enter 2009 with an answer at QB and on defense since they re-signed defensive leader Ray Lewis. The defense should be the strength of the team again in '09 with Lewis, Ed Reed and a handful of other Pro Bowl candidates. If Baltimore can keep their offense humming, then the 2009 season might not end like 2008 did - one game shy of the Super Bowl.

2008 Baltimore Ravens Season Preview

The Baltimore Ravens are set to be one of the mot unpredictable teams in the NFL this season. It will be fascinating to see what off-season moves the franchise goes with, whether they put their confidence behind Heisman winning Ohio State quarterback troy Smith, whether they look for a new QB in the draft or in free agency, or whether they continue their game plan of playing Kyle Boller and injured Steve McNair next season. The team has been a perennial defensive powerhouse led by Ray Lewis and company, but have yet to find any sort of groove on offense. This next season will be a turning point for the franchise and fans at M&T Band Stadium are going to be ready for the team to put it all on the line.

Baltimore Ravens News

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Baltimore Ravens News - 11/25/2016

The Ravens face one of their most heated rivals this weekend, and the rivalry is even bigger than before since the Ravens have lost the last five games against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Baltimore Ravens News - 11/18/2016

The Ravens continue to lead the AFC North and this week they will put their defense, which is currently the top-ranked run defense, as they face the Cowboys and the NFL’s leading rusher, Ezekiel Elliot.

Baltimore Ravens News - 11/4/2016

The Baltimore Ravens added former Bengals cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris to their roster and let go of Will Davis as a result.

 
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