Baltimore Ravens Tickets

The Baltimore Ravens had an injury ridden 2015 which is shown in their record. The Ravens will get back on track and compete in the tough AFC North division. This team has stars like Joe Flacco and CJ Mosley who will always be entertaining to watch. Buy the cheapest Baltimore Ravens tickets available on Rukkus and make your way to M&T Bank Stadium!

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How Do I Buy The Best Baltimore Ravens tickets?

The best way to purchase Baltimore Ravens tickets is to go directly to their specific ticket page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Ravens listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seat to provide the best possible experience when buying Ravens tickets. Every step of the Rukkus process will ensure that you are able to find the best NFL tickets in no time. 


Is there a seating chart for the Ravens tickets that I just purchased?

Rukkus has a seating chart for M&T Bank Stadium that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat views will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of M&T Bank Stadium provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase. 


How much do Baltimore Ravens tickets cost?

Rukkus uses algorithms to find the best Ravens tickets for your budget. Whether that is cheap tickets or more expensive tickets, Rukkus has access to thousands of great value tickets at M&T Bank Stadium. You may encounter a high fluctuation of NFL ticket prices. If you are having trouble finding the perfect ticket, our fan operations team will be happy to take your call and make certain that you are able to buy the best ticket out there.


Where is the best parking at M&T Bank Stadium?

M&T Bank Stadium has many parking lots and spaces that are available for purchase adjacent to the stadium. Non-disabled parking is typically sold in advanced and by permit only. Due to the proximity to the City of Baltimore of M&T Bank Stadium, there are many parking options in downtown Baltimore if you do not have a permit.

Can I buy away tickets for the Ravens?

Purchasing tickets for the Baltimore Ravens when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to Ravens. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold. 


When do Baltimore Ravens tickets go on sale?

There are a couple simple ways to be notified when Ravens tickets go on sale. They are usually able to be purchased a few months before the opening game. It is also possible to set up a personal price alert for both a team or a specific game, so that you can know right away if any game information has changed. Rukkus is one of the first companies to display tickets for a NFL game at Raymond James Superdome. If you can’t find the information that you are looking for please email our team over at: hi@rukkus.com 


Can I purchase home game tickets for the Ravens?

Rukkus makes is simple to find and buy home games for the Ravens. The schedule for all games happening at M&T Bank Stadium are listed on the team tickets page. Since Rukkus pulls all NFL ticket information, it is a simple process to purchase home games for the Ravens. Whether your home game purchase is the cheapest, most expensive, or best ticket around, you can rest assured that Rukkus always guarantees every ticket sold. If there is ever an issue with your ticket purchasing experience, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team for help.


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What makes M&T Bank Stadium special?

M&T Bank Stadium is one of the most praised NFL stadiums for its amenities, ease of access, concessions, and various other facilities. It is located directly adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles. One of the best features of M&T Bank Stadium is its proximity to downtown Baltimore and the Baltimore Harbor.

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There is no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon than to be at a Baltimore Ravens game. The caliber of football is top-notch and the crowd environment is second to none. The notorious Ravens defense always strikes fear into the opponents’ offense with big hits and smothering defense. The atmosphere in the stadium is electric as the Ravens fans cheer on their team. Get your tickets to this incredible event today!



Since arriving in Baltimore in 1996, the Ravens have been a model of consistency and success in the NFL. From the team ownership down to the coaching staff and players, the Ravens are a well-run organization with a loyal fan base. This team has also seen its share of great players, such as Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, and Jamal Lewis. Quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco looks to continue the Ravens’ success well into the future.

The experience at a Baltimore Ravens game in M&T Bank Stadium is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event. The team has the support of the whole city, as “Purple Friday” is a popular event in Baltimore workplaces during game weeks. The stadium facility is an amazing experience, from the rowdy tailgating festivities to the famous Baltimore crab cakes. The stadium is located in downtown Baltimore, with easy access and several nearby restaurants and attractions. Don’t miss your chance to participate in this fun environment!

There are so many reasons to visit M&T Bank Stadium for a live NFL game. The Baltimore Ravens always play a competitive and hard-nosed brand of football. The crowd is passionate in support of their team. The stadium is first-rate and the fun surrounding environment only adds to the experience. Grab your tickets today and take part in an unforgettable experience!

Baltimore Ravens Overview

The Baltimore Ravens became an expansion team in the NFL in 1996 when Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell decided he wanted to relocate to Baltimore. It was a move that still frustrates the city of Cleveland today, even though the Browns still remained in Cleveland. The Browns may have remained, but Modell and all of the Browns personnel left Cleveland in the dust and started over as the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens are part of the AFC or the American football conference and they have played their games in downtown Baltimore since 1998. Even though the Ravens have only been around for nearly twenty years, they have experience great success in a short amount of time. The Ravens have made the playoff in 10 of their 19 seasons, with 4 division titles, 2 conference titles, and 2 super bowl victories.

It did not take long for Baltimore to find their way in the NFL draft. In the 1996 draft in which the Ravens had two first round picks, they selected tackle Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis. Ogden went on to be a perennial pro bowl tackle and eventually a hall of famer. Middle linebacker Ray Lewis ended up becoming the face of the franchise for Baltimore. After three losing seasons the Baltimore Ravens hired a new coach in Brian Billick. The next year everything changed for Baltimore as they finally became a winning team, led by Ray Lewis and their defense. In the 2000 season the Ravens defensive unit gave up only 165 points all season long, breaking the former Chicago Bears record of 187. Ray Lewis was named the defensive player of the year and two other defensive players were selected to the pro bowl. The defense was clearly the anchor for the Ravens team, who did not have a great offense. Running back Jamal Lewis helped the offense control the clock, but overall the Ravens offense did not put up many points. The team even went an entire month without scoring a touchdown on offense. Never the less, this year was a very successful one. They made the playoffs for the first time in franchise history, with a 12-4 record, despite starting the year just 5-4. In the playoffs the defensive trend continued as the Ravens gave up just 3, 10, and 3 points in their first three playoff games before reaching the super bowl. The super bowl was no different as the Baltimore Ravens dominated the New York Giants 31-7, winning a super bowl in just their fourth year as a franchise. The run was a testament to just how dominant that defense really was. The Ravens struggled attempting to defend their title. They had a few down seasons in the next few years due to a pathetic offense. The defense could not overcome the offensive issues as they could in 2000 but they continued to make their defense even stronger through the draft. In 2002 and 2003 the Ravens added safety Ed Reed and defensive end Terrell Suggs. Suggs would end up playing outside linebacker next to Lewis, and with those two additions an already great defense was that much stronger. The Ravens would get back into the playoffs in 2003 despite still not having a good quarterback. Their offense was improved though due to a terrific season by running back Jamal Lewis. Lewis won offensive player of the year after rushing for over 2,000 yards. The other Lewis, Ray, also had another great season, taking home defensive player of the year honors once again. However, the Ravens would lose in the first round of the playoffs.

Baltimore would be up and down over the next few seasons and in 2008 it was time for a change. In 2008 the Ravens hired a new coach John Harbaugh. It was also the season where they finally drafted a quarterback they could become a franchise type quarterback. With Joe Flacco at the helm and Ray Rice in the backfield, the Ravens finally had a respectable offense. They also still had Lewis, Suggs and Reed on the defensive end, to create a well balanced team. In 2010 the Ravens added some weapons for Joe Flacco to throw to. Donte Stallworth, Anquan Boldin, and TJ Houshmandzadeh were all talented receivers brought into the fold. That season they lost to their division rival Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs. In 2011 it was Ray Lewis’ mate Terrell Suggs who would take home the defensive player of the year award, but once again the Ravens lost in the playoffs. This time to Tom Brady and the Patriots in the AFC championship game. The next year the Ravens would start out strong, this time largely due to a solid offensive game. The Ravens once again reached the playoffs and this time got some big news prior to their first game. Ray Lewis who was injured with torn biceps, yet was still playing, decided to announce this would be his last season. Lewis wanted to give his teammates some extra motivation going into the postseason, and it ended up working. The Ravens shocked many people beating the Colts, Broncos, and Patriots to get to the super bowl. The Ravens held off a late rally by the San Francisco 49ers in order to claim their second super bowl victory 34-31.

Since the 2012 super bowl, the Baltimore Ravens have went through some serious changes. Ray Lewis did retire after that super bowl and Ed Reed has also retired from the defensive side of the ball. Running back Ray Rice is also no longer with the team after a highly publicized domestic violence issue with his then fiancée. However, the future is still bright for the Ravens. Joe Flacco has developed into one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL. In the playoffs he seems to take his game to another level. Also, the Ravens have begun rebuilding their defense through the draft. It is not where it once was but Terrell Suggs still remains and youngster’s CJ Mosley and Courtney Upshaw among others, have a chance to develop into very productive players.

Baltimore Ravens Lineup

  • Joe Flacco
  • Tyrod Taylor
  • Justin Forsett
  • Bernard Pierce
  • Lorenzo Taliaferro
  • Kyle Juszczyk
  • Kamar Aiken
  • Marlon Brown
  • Jeremy Butler
  • Michael Campanaro
  • Jacoby Jones
  • Steve Smith
  • Torrey Smith
  • Owen Daniels
  • Crockett Gillmore
  • Dennis Pitta
  • Morgan Cox
  • Gino Gradkowski
  • Kevin McDermott
  • Jeremy Zuttah
  • James Hurst
  • Eugene Monroe
  • Jah Reid
  • Rick Wagner
  • Kelechi Osemele
  • William Rackley
  • John Urschel
  • Marshal Yanda
  • Christo Bilukidi
  • Chris Canty
  • Kapron Lewis-Moore
  • Haloti Ngata
  • DeAngelo Tyson
  • Brent Urban
  • Terrence Cody
  • Lawrence Guy
  • Timmy Jernigan
  • Brandon Williams
  • Arthur Brown
  • Elvis Dumervil
  • Albert McClellan
  • Pernell McPhee
  • C.J. Mosley
  • Zach Orr
  • Daryl Smith
  • Terrell Suggs
  • Courtney Upshaw
  • Asa Jackson
  • Jimmy Smith
  • Lardarius Webb
  • Danny Gorrer
  • Will Hill
  • Tramain Jacobs
  • Anthony Levine
  • Rashaan Melvin
  • Aaron Ross
  • Brynden Trawick
  • Matt Elam
  • Jeromy Miles
  • Terrence Brooks
  • Darian Stewart
  • Justin Tucker
  • Sam Koch

Todays Baltimore Ravens Tickets

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Baltimore Ravens Ticket Prices

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High: $4,556.00

Cheap Baltimore Ravens Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$3.00 NFL Preseason: Baltimore Ravens at New Orleans Saints — 09/01/2016
Mercedes-Benz Superdome; New Orleans, LA
$4.00 NFL Preseason: Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts — 08/20/2016
Lucas Oil Stadium; Indianapolis, IN
$4.00 Preseason: Baltimore Ravens at Atlanta Falcons — 09/03/2015
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
$4.00 Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns — 11/30/2015
FirstEnergy Stadium; Cleveland, OH
$11.00 Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals — 01/03/2016
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$12.00 Baltimore Ravens at Miami Dolphins — 12/06/2015
Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, FL
$17.00 NFL Preseason: Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens — 08/11/2016
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$21.00 Preseason: New Orleans Saints at Baltimore Ravens — 08/13/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$26.00 Baltimore Ravens at San Francisco 49ers — 10/18/2015
Levi's Stadium; Santa Clara, CA
$28.00 NFL Preseason: Detroit Lions at Baltimore Ravens — 08/27/2016
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD

Best and Most Expensive Baltimore Ravens Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$4,556.00Baltimore Ravens PSL — 12/31/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$252.00AFC Championship: TBD at Baltimore Ravens (If Necessary) — 01/18/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$199.00AFC Wild Card or Divisional Playoffs: TBD at Baltimore Ravens (If Necessary) — 01/04/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$162.00Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens — 12/27/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$135.00Baltimore Ravens at New England Patriots — 12/12/2016
Gillette Stadium; Foxborough, MA
$131.00Baltimore Ravens at New York Giants — 10/16/2016
MetLife Stadium; East Rutherford, NJ
$121.00Baltimore Ravens Extras: A Purple Evening — 10/13/2014
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$120.00Pittsburgh Steelers at Baltimore Ravens — 11/06/2016
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
$119.00Preseason: Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles — 08/22/2015
Lincoln Financial Field; Philadelphia, PA
$115.00Kansas City Chiefs at Baltimore Ravens — 12/20/2015
M&T Bank Stadium; Baltimore, MD
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