BALTIMORE — The Baltimore Ravens announced Wednesday that season tickets for 2020 will be deferred to the 2021 season.
The 2020 season ticket seat locations for all fans will be protected, and the same seats will be offered for renewal in 2021.
With the expectation that health guidelines will force M&T Bank Stadium to have fewer fans in the stands, the Ravens are automatically crediting all season ticket member payments for the 2020 season forward to the 2021 season, or toward future ticket purchases, or a refund can be requested.
Current 2020 single-game ticket sales will also be discontinued, and refunds will be issued to fans who have already made purchases.
Additionally, if the Ravens are permitted under state and local government rules/regulations to have fans attend games in 2020, the team announced that a significantly reduced seating capacity at M&T Bank Stadium would be necessary.
Based on the social distancing guidelines and fan safety protocols developed by health experts, governmental officials and the NFL, it is expected that the stadium capacity – if fans are allowed – would be fewer than 14,000 seats per game.
Once an updated stadium seating manifest is finalized, 2020 individual game ticket sales will resume, with PSL Owners receiving a priority opportunity to purchase in advance of any public sale.
The Ravens will make more information on single-game tickets, including an on-sale date, available at a later time.
Fans with questions can request a call from a Ravens’ ticket office representative by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (410) 261-RAVE (7283) and pressing option four (4) to leave a message.
A member of the ticketing staff will call as soon as possible within normal business hours.