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Baltimore Ravens Tickets

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Overall Rating

4.5

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Playoff atomsphere was awesome.

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I had great seats for AFC Playoff game. My team lost but the atomshere was great.

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Purchasing tickets was easy and worked out great!

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I had no problems. Purchasing tickets for the Ravens play-off game was easy!

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Best day of my life!

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I've loved the Ravens since 2011 and I attended my first Ravens game at a home playoff game in 2019! The experience was incredible and I will absolutely be going back for more games! We may not have won but it was an amazing experience! Baltimore did not let me down!!đź’ś

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AFC Wild Card

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This was a great football atmosphere, as usual. Although my team did not win, the fans, the seats, the comfort of the M&T Bank Stadium Club Level was second to none. I cannot wait to go again in the future.

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I had a great time. Good seats.

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I had a great time. It was a beautiful sunny day but a little windy. The worst thing about my experience is that my team lost.

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Purchased the ticket a day before the game. It was quick, easy and efficient, as it was emailed to me within minutes and had no problems on gameday.

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Perfectly Okay

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The club level is nice, but nothing special. It is by far the worst one I have been to thus far. There are snack stands, several bar areas, lunch line style set-ups throughout, and very limited seating. It was heated and the section was on the sunny side of the stadium, but the temperature quickly dropped as the sun shifted. The seats are merely a different color; unlike the Redskin's club seating which feels lightly padded. Beyond these small inconveniences, the experience was priceless. We had great seats, a great view, and access to the heated club area. Cheering against the home team garnered odd looks, but mostly jovial banter. Getting into the stadium was a lot easier than getting out. We were in the stadium within 10 minutes of parking, but unable to leave the parking lot for more than an hour after the game because of the traffic. Many of the parking lots are within a block or three of the stadium and there is plenty of security along the route. It was unneeded, as all of the attendees were respectful; though several were significantly inebriated by the 4th quarter. If you have a chance to go, and the tickets are roughly what you would pay for non-club seating, I would recommend it,

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Friday Night Lights Super Bowl

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Three of us get together every Friday night during the high school season and go to the best game we can find in the area. We go to the playoffs and a State final. We were kind of jonesing for next year when my San Diego Chargers decided to make it to the playoffs for once and came to Baltimore to play the Ravens. I bought tickets through Ticketmaster and we went dressed in powder blue and had a ball razzing all the Baltimore fans before the game and especially during and after when the Chargers won. Baltimore has great fans and we all had a ball before the game when I kept asking the tailgaters where are the Chargers Hospitality tent was. Whether their team lost or mine won we all respected each other and our Love of the Game. Ticketmaster made it easy through the web for me to shop around 4 the seats I was looking for based on my experiences in the high school stadiums. While the tickets were pricey compared to five bucks a seat at the high school games , it was well worth it, Baltimore is a great venue and the home fans don't get ugly when you're not rooting for their team and their team is losing like Philadelphia or some other areas noted for violent fans. Ticketmaster was the perfect way for us to have our Friday Night Lights Super Bowl. I would use them again, although at 65 years of age the whole mobile phone ticket thing was a bit of a challenge but we managed to get in there without holding the line up so it all worked in the end. Go chargers, this could be my year.

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Amazing and Memorable

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I am a Chargers fan and they came to the east coast for a playoff game and I decided to go. My ticket from Ticketmaster scanned with no issues, my seats were great and although I was not rooting for the home team, the Ravens fans were amazing. I will never forget this adventure.

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Lame

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I think that it was pretty lame that all that was give out was a piece of cardboard for a playoff game. While I’ve been to multiple games before and got giveaways like flags before, a home playoff game we just got a cardboard paper? How was that supposed to get the crowd into it? Overall, I don’t know if I’ll ever pay for a home playoff game ever again, not in Baltimore anyway!

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Official NFL Ticket Exchange of the Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium

Ravens fans flock from across the Baltimore metro area to party with Poe, the team's beaked mascot, and 70,000 other fans who fill M&T Bank Stadium. Ravens fans - proud of their Baltimore heritage - enjoy the latest in technology, including stunning high definition RavensVision video screens, a high-density WiFi network and state-of-the-art concourse designs. With exciting amenities like RavensWalk, the NFL’s premier tailgating destination, the game's excitement gives fans, friends and families an opportunity to enjoy the day together. Touchdowns are extra thrilling around here. Dedicated fans stomp their feet in the stands, as the Ravens Cheerleaders and Marching Ravens bring an infectious spirit to the game. The Flock, the nickname for fans of this purple- and black-clad team, are essential the game time fun. Expect lots of thrills after touchdowns, passes and field goals with cheering that not only fills the air, but also the hearts of fans.

 

Baltimore Ravens 2017-2018 Season

Winning six of its last nine games, Baltimore finished second in the AFC North with a 9-7 record in 2017, falling one game short of earning a playoff berth for the seventh time in John Harbaugh’s 10-year tenure. All the Ravens needed to make the 2017 playoffs was a home win over Cincinnati in Week 17. However, Baltimore’s hopes were dashed when the Bengals produced a 49-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-12 with just 44 seconds remaining to earn a hard-fought, 31-27 victory that closed out the Ravens’ season in heartbreaking fashion. Baltimore has been incredibly close to making the playoffs the past two seasons, with the 2017 Cincinnati despair following 2016’s last-second, 31-27 defeat in Week 16 at Pittsburgh, in which the Steelers captured the AFC North title from the Ravens in exhilarating form. Despite the heartbreak, the Ravens defense produced NFL bests in interceptions (22), takeaways (34) and shutouts (3 - the most in a season since the 2003 Patriots). Over the season’s last nine games, the Joe Flacco-led offense scored the NFL’s second-most points per contest (29.4), finishing ninth overall in points per game. During this span, the Ravens also ranked No. 1 in fewest giveaways (5) and No. 2 in sacks allowed (10).

 

Baltimore Ravens History

In 22 years of existence, the Baltimore Ravens are just one of four NFL franchises to win multiple Super Bowls since the turn of the century. Under head coach John Harbaugh, who arrived in 2008, Baltimore has posted the NFL’s fourth-most total victories (104), won the league’s second-most playoff games (10), advanced to an impressive three AFC Championship contests, and in 2012, captured the World Championship in Super Bowl XLVII. The Ravens, who also won Super Bowl XXXV during the 2000 campaign, have made the playoffs in seven of the past 12 seasons – producing three AFC North Division titles during this time (2006, 2011 and 2012). In 2018, LB Ray Lewis (1996 - 2012), will join LT Jonathan Ogden (1996 - 2008), as just the second player drafted by the Ravens to be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.