Fighting for elbow room in a competitive AFC North last season were the Baltimore Ravens, whose 10-6 finish snuck them into the postseason with the final Wild Card spot. Despite falling to the Patriots in the Divisional Game, the Ravens improved considerably from 2013’s forgettable 8-8 record. The division is again slated to be tight-knit in 2015, and Ravens tickets are already seeing expensive prices on the secondary market for games at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens will play their most expensive home game against the Seahawks on December 13. For fans just hoping to get past the turnstile, the get-in price for Ravens vs Seahawks tickets is $135 on the secondary market. The team’s next most expensive game will be two weeks later against the division rival Steelers, where December 27 Ravens vs Steelers tickets currently own a low price of $131.
While the Ravens’ two late-season games against the Seahawks and Steelers are posting big prices just to get in the stadium, no other home game this season will see a low price above $100. The team’s cheapest game comes on November 15 against the Jaguars. That game currently sees Ravens vs Jaguars tickets own a low price of just $64. Other low-priced games include battles with the Rams ($69), Browns and Bengals ($71 each) and Chargers ($75).
The Ravens will play five primetime games this year, two of which will be at home against the aforementioned Steelers and Seahawks. The team’s three away games will be played against the Steelers, Cardinals and Browns. Last season, the team only played two primetime games.
The Ravens will be looking to come out of the gates strong when they kick their season off against the Broncos on September 13. On paper, the team has been dealt a tough schedule – they’ll play seven teams who made the playoff in 2014 – but Joe Flacco and Co. will be hoping to return to former glory and make a spirited playoff run come January.