Not surprisingly, the defending Super Bowl champions are a hot ticket.
The Ravens have sold out every home game since the franchise’s inception in 1996. On Friday, single-game regular- season tickets were gone in a matter of 15 minutes.
The quick sales have become a yearly tradition for the Ravens.
“Our fans have done it again,” Vice President of Ticket Sales and Operations Baker Koppelman said. “To be able to say that our regular-season home games are sold out on the first day of ticket sales, is incredibly special and it shows how passionate our fans are. We are grateful for the strong support they give us.”
The team still has preseason tickets available for purchase.
The Ravens have a strong home schedule this season. Of their eight regular-season games, five will be against teams that made the playoffs last year. Baltimore faces their three divisional foes, the Houston Texans, Green Bay Packers, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots.
The Ravens went 6-2 at home last year, falling only to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos. They were undefeated at M&T Bank Stadium in 2011.
M&T Bank Stadium was ranked No. 1 for providing the best home-field advantage by ESPN, and that doesn’t appear to be changing in 2013.