Contact the Box Office
Phone: 410-261-RAVE (7283)
Address: 1101 Russell St, Baltimore, MD 21230
The box office windows are located on the West side of M&T Bank Stadium, near Russell Street, between gates A & D.
Box Office Hours of Operation
Until further notice, please be advised that the Baltimore Ravens Box Office is closed for in person visits. If you are looking to purchase tickets to a game, please visit TicketMaster at www.ticketmaster.com as we are unable to make sales over the phone.
The ticket office phone operation hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The box office windows on Russell St will not be open.
The Ticket office will have phone support on Saturdays before Sunday home games from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. The Box Office windows will open 2.5 hours prior to kickoff on gameday.
2023 single game tickets will go on sale in conjunction with the 2023 NFL schedule release later this spring.
Single game ticket prices follow a variable pricing model with five tiers: Preseason, Regular, Plus, Premium, & Prime. Ticket prices are subject to change.
NFL Refund Policy
The NFL has every expectation that there will be a full game schedule in 2022 with a full stadium capacity. However, if a game is cancelled and cannot be rescheduled, or is played under conditions that prohibit fans from attending, ticket buyers who purchase tickets directly from the club (i.e., Season Tickets or Single Game Tickets) will receive the option of a full refund of the ticket purchase price (plus associated fees) for any impacted games or have the ability to apply the applicable amount to a future ticket purchase.
The refund policies for single game tickets purchased through NFL Licensed Channels are as follows (the Ravens do not currently offer primary ticket sales via SeatGeek or StubHub):
The first step to secure digital ticketing is to download the Ravens mobile app.
*Make sure to keep the app updated to the latest version – new updates will be coming throughout the year! *
When purchasing single game tickets from the Ravens ticket office:
How Do I Access My Tickets via Mobile?
1. Launch the Baltimore Ravens mobile app
2.Choose "TICKETS" in the bottom menu, then scroll and choose "Manage My Tickets"
3. "SIGN-IN TO MY RAVENS ACCOUNT" with your email address and password (same as your online account)
4. Select the game you want to manage
5. Tap "View Barcode." We recommend saving the tickets to Apple Wallet or Google Pay
6. Show your mobile ticket at the gate!
Accepting Tickets that Were Sent to you
If you are receiving tickets from a friend, you will first need to claim the tickets. You will receive an email with a link directing you to log in to your Ravens Ticketmaster account or create a new account. Please note that the Ravens Ticketmaster account is separate from your ticketmaster account. You will use a browser to claim the tickets: safari or chrome on a mobile device or any browser on a desktop computer. After claiming the tickets, you will download the Baltimore Ravens Mobile App to access your mobile tickets!
Ravens Ticket Alerts
Receive important up-to-date ticket information at your fingertips for Ravens games and other select M&T Bank Stadium events.
Check out views from every section in M&T Bank Stadium with the Virtual Venue. The Virtual Venue has been updated to include renderings of new corner video boards and corner suites that were completed in 2018.
Book a private party in a pre-game tent in our Hospitality Village, sponsored by Gameday Vodka. An all-inclusive Hospitality Tent located directly outside the stadium gates provides the perfect opportunity to entertain your best clients or prospects, reward employees, or gather with family and friends.
A limited number of tickets are available for groups for each game. For more information please contact a sales representative at (410) 261-RAVE (7283) or **click here** to request information.
PLEASE NOTE: The Ravens Ticket Office and Ticketmaster are the only authorized sellers of original issue single game tickets and the Baltimore Ravens are not responsible for any transactions made outside of authorized sources. Also, ticket holders should never post or send a picture of their tickets including the barcode as this information could be used to post tickets for sale.