The Baltimore Ravens missed the playoffs this past season and posted a losing record (8-9) for the first time since 2015. It will cost a bit more to see them play in person next year, though. The team has announced that ticket prices at M&T Bank Stadium will increase by 9% across all seating levels.
The team sent out a letter to all season ticket holders on Wednesday that went into detail about the reasoning behind the hike in price. Baltimore noted that their fans' valued investment helps the team retain players on the roster and allows them to put together the best stadium experience possible.
"We are committed to ongoing enhancements to your gameday experience, which over the next several years will include a long-term capital improvement plan for M&T Bank Stadium to keep it vibrant well into the future."- Baker Koppelman (VP of Ticket Sales)
It's worth noting that this is the second time in three years that the Ravens have upped the cost to get into the game. They are planning to keep prices the same in 2023, though. Baltimore will play eight home games during the 2022 NFL season, before playing nine during the 2023 NFL season.
The Ravens were decimated by injuries this past fall and their top priority should be getting healthy before kickoff rolls around in September. Baltimore remains a legitimate threat to win the AFC North division and has odds set at +1900 to win Super Bowl 57, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.
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