Snowy Baltimore Ravens Tickets Sold for Price of a Latte

If you lived close enough to M&T Bank Stadium to get to Sunday's game, tickets were going cheap.

As a snowstorm moved into Maryland on Sunday, some hardy fans got to see the Baltimore Ravens beat the Minnesota Vikings for less than the cost of a high school football game, reports the Baltimore Business Journal.

As blizzard-like conditions swirled across the mid-Atlantic region, prices on the secondary ticket market plummeted. Ravens tickets were selling on StubHub for as low as $4 about a half-hour before the 1 p.m. kickoff. Lower-level tickets sold in the $20 range, the Business Journal says.

The cheapest tickets to the Ravens' home finale, Dec. 22 against the New England Patriots, are listed on StubHub for about $122, the Journal says. If the snow flies again in two weeks, there might be more great deals on tickets.

Were you at Sunday's snowy game? Tell us what it was like in the comments.


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