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Ravens Not Raising Ticket Prices


The Ravens will not raise ticket prices for the 2016 season.

This will be the third-straight year that ticket prices have remained unchanged for the 10 home games (including preseason) at M&T Bank Stadium.

Team President Dick Cass announced the news Thursday during the annual season-review press conference at the Under Armour Performance Center.

Baltimore's ticket prices have remained flat the last three years after prices were customarily bumped every other year from 2001-2009.

Despite freezing ticket prices, the Ravens have continued to invest in improving the gameday experience for fans at M&T Bank Stadium. Over the past two years, the team has invested $40 million into installing a free Wi-Fi network, improving the upper and lower concourses, renovating the concession stands, enhancing safety measures, and other improvements.

The Ravens will also install a natural grass surface at the stadium this year after playing on artificial turf the last 13 years.

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