This might go against Brian Billick's "Festivus" policy.
We're only at Week 13, but the NFL has asked the Ravens begin the process of selling playoff tickets to possible postseason games at M&T Bank Stadium.
The team will begin alerting season ticket holders via email later today about their opportunity to buy tickets for two games.
A mailing to each PSL (Personal Seat License) holder will be sent over the next few days.
Season ticket holders will also be allowed to order additional tickets via a separate lottery of available seats.
If tickets remain after the lottery, that's when those of you among the general public will be able to snatch them up.
The ticket prices for these games won't be determined by the Ravens; they'll be set by the NFL to keep consistency among franchises.
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.