Ravens have announced that they will not raise season-ticket prices for the 2012 season, marking the third straight year the team has elected to freeze prices.
“We recognize our fans are still stretching financially to pay for their season tickets,” Ravens President Dick Cass said in an interview Friday, via Baltimore Business Journal. “The economy is improving but it’s not that strong.”
The Ravens, who have had a history of jacking up ticket prices, haven’t increased costs since the 2009 season because of the uncertain economy.
Baltimore raised ticket prices every other season from 2001-2009.
During the 2011 season, the Ravens sold out all eight regular-season home games and one playoff game at the 71,000 seat M&T Bank Stadium.