RAVENS WILD CARD PLAYOFF TICKETS

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A few thousand tickets for the Baltimore Ravens’ Wild Card Playoff game will be available for public sale beginning this Friday, Dec. 28, at 10 a.m.

While the exact date and time of the game have not been determined, the Ravens will play at M&T Bank Stadium on either Saturday, Jan. 5 or Sunday, Jan. 6.

Purchase methods: 

* Online at www.ticketmaster.com

 

 

* By phone

-            Baltimore: 410-547-SEAT (7328)

-            Washington, D.C.: 202-397-SEAT (7328)

-            Northern Virginia: 703-573-SEAT (7328)

-            Out of State: 1-800-551-SEAT (7283)

* At a TicketMaster Outlet (a full list is available at www.baltimoreravens.com or at www.ticketmaster.com)

 

Please note the following:

 

  • There will be no ticket sales at the M&T Bank Stadium box office.
  • There is a six-ticket limit per customer.
  • Will call will not be offered to these purchasers; customers must either print tickets at home or pay for overnight shipping.
  • Tickets for the potential AFC Championship game would only be available once that game is guaranteed to be held in Baltimore.

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