Ravens Game Day Prices Go Up The Charts, Upside Your Head

Jarrett CarterAnalyst ISeptember 10, 2009

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.

The Dallas Cowboys, who will play in a new $1.2 billion stadium, are first on the index, at $758.58. The Chicago Bears, New York Giants, Ravens and New York Jets rounded out the top five.

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.

Technorati Tags: Baltimore Ravens