Who woulda thunk it? The Baltimore Ravens have a more expensive game day experience than their NFC counterparts down the road in Washington.
The average family of four will pay $481.69—the fourth-highest price among all 32 NFL teams—to attend a Ravens home game in 2009, according to the latest NFL Fan Cost Index, an annual report by Chicago-based Team Marketing Research. That’s an increase of 13.1 percent, the second-largest hike in the NFL, compared with last season.
To review, the only teams that are worth seeing more than the Ravens are America’s Team in a billion-dollar stadium, and three teams playing in the largest media markets in the country.
Yeah, those tickets are worth every penny, jack.