What are the latest playoff ticket prices for the Ravens in the Wild Card game?

Paycor Stadium. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)
Paycor Stadium. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images) /

The Baltimore Ravens will travel to Paycor Stadium for the second time this year and try to upset the Cincinnati Bengals in the Wild Card round.

This poses as one of the most highly anticipated playoff matchups despite Lamar Jackson’s expected absence. Both AFC North teams have plenty to prove: the Ravens want to bounce back from a sore Week 18 loss and establish themselves as a true playoff contender; the Bengals want to get their postseason run off to a strong start and thump a hated divisional rival.

It’s surprising that these two teams have never met in the playoffs, but there’s always a first for everything.

Here’s a quick look at how much tickets are going for ahead of the Wild Card game.

Baltimore Ravens’ Wild Card round ticket prices

At of this writing, the average ticket price for the Ravens-Bengals Wild Card game is $329, per SeatGeek.

The lowest price listed was $179 for Section 333, Row 16. The highest price was $1,750 for Section 310, Row 12.

For obvious reasons, Wild Card games typically feature the lowest ticket prices in the postseason, yet according to TicketIQ, this AFC North rematch has the most expensive average ticket price on the secondary market.

Across all ticketing sites, prices ascend to $500 or more for field level seats, with some midfield seats selling for upwards of $1000.

Note: Ticket prices and seats are subjected to change.

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