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UPON A MIDNIGHT DREARY, WILL THE RAVENS HAVE TICKET QUERIES?
Published June 4, 1998
The Ravens move into their new stadium this fall "with something many would have thought unlikely ... empty seats," according to Morgan & Preston of the Baltimore SUN. The team has sold "about" 52,000 season tickets, each with the required PSL, and has "about" 7,000 remaining. The one-time PSL fees "range from" $250-$3,000. Ravens VP/Public Relations Kevin Byrne said the team was "pleased" with sales thus far: "We always kind of paralleled ourselves with Carolina, and they had 4,000 PSLs available when they started their season at the Charlotte stadium." Byrne added that he thinks the team will open the season "with about 54,000" PSLs sold. The unsold seats, all located in the end zones, "will be sold on a single-game basis and be marked so fans know they are available." Once season-tickets are sold out, the Ravens will make 6,000 single-game seats available for each game in the 69,000-seat facility (SUN, 6/4).