Normally, the Ravens raise ticket prices every other season.
2011 is going to be the exception.
Ravens president Dick Cass announced today that the team won't be bumping their ticket prices next year.
"We do look at ticket price increases every other year. We looked at it this year and decided it's not a good time to raise ticket prices, so ticket prices are remaining the same," team president Dick Cass said.
"One factor (that went into the decision) was the uncertainty over labor, for sure. And then we looked around the league, and there weren't a lot of teams raising ticket prices this year."
Cass said that the Ravens will be announcing a plan on how they'll refund money in the event any games are canceled in the 2011 season because of a work stoppage. He also said that the team will be paying interest on money if games are canceled.