Ravens Sell Out Tickets for All 8 Regular Season Home Games

For those that wanted to see the Ravens up close and personal this season at home, you’ll do have to do it in front of your TV set, or pay a ticket broker.

The Ravens official site reports that the team SOLD OUT of all remaining tickets to their 8 regular season home games for the 2009 season on Friday.

The Baltimore Ravens held their single-game ticket sales this morning and immediately sold out all eight regular season games.

Fewer than 1,000 tickets remain for each of the Ravens’ two preseason games at M&T Bank Stadium: Aug. 13 against the Washington Redskins and Aug. 24 versus the New York Jets in a nationally-televised Monday Night Football game.

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One Response to “Ravens Sell Out Tickets for All 8 Regular Season Home Games”

  1. Nunz says:

    You can still get tickets at optionIt.com the tickets are directly from the Ravens and buying a option is resellable without putting out the full market value of the ticket if you can not attend game. It was less expensive to buy the option and then pay face value for ticket then buying the ticket from a scalper and with less risk options are going to be the new way to buy tickets to events.

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