The NFL has requested that the Ravens begin the process of selling playoff tickets to possible postseason games at M&T Bank Stadium.
Later today, the Ravens will alert season ticket holders via e-mail about their opportunity to purchase tickets for two games. A mailing to each PSL (Personal Seat License) holder will be sent over the next few days.
Season ticket holders (PSL owners) will also be allowed to order additional tickets via a separate lottery of available seats. If tickets remain after this process, the Ravens will hold a sale for the general public.
The Ravens, currently at 8-3 and in first place in the AFC North, could host two postseason games at M&T Bank Stadium.
To keep consistency among franchises, the NFL sets ticket prices for teams in the playoffs. For regular season games, Ravens prices for seats in the bowl (non-club seats and suites) range from $35 to $125. The range for a Wild Card weekend (Jan. 8 and 9) game is $54 to $165, then for a Divisional Round (Jan. 15 and 16) game, tickets are $64 to $180; and for the AFC Championship (Jan. 23), prices start at $109 and escalate to $230.