July 10, 2009
As of Thursday afternoon, 67,047 tickets had been sold, according to Baker Koppelman, the Ravens’ vice president of ticket sales and operations. The stadium’s capacity is 71,008.
If you’re a procrastinator, don’t worry: a quick search on Ticketmaster Thursday showed there are still available seats at the club level (albeit in the corner) for $125, the lower midfield (that’s front and center) for $125 and for nosebleed seats (end zone and sideline) for $35.
The tickets for this match have been on sale since it was announced in late March. On June 16, the Ravens announced more than 60,000 tickets had been sold. That’s a rate of about 5,000 tickets sold per week. Since that announcement two weeks ago, fewer than 7,000 tickets have been sold.
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