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Five questions with Ravens ticket sales director Baker Koppelman
Five questions with Ravens ticket sales director Baker Koppelman

The Ravens don't have any problems selling tickets. In 2004, the NFL club declared it was sold out of personal seat licenses, which fans buy as a sort of initiation fee before purchasing season tickets, which range from $67 to $365 per game. Fans own the licenses, which they can sell in the open market. The team's season-ticket renewal rate "has been over 99 percent every year for at least a decade," said Baker Koppelman, vice president for ticket sales and operations. So what does Koppelman do all day? The short answer is that, with 25,000 account holders, there is plenty to keep him busy. Are all of the 71,000 seats at the stadium accounted for through personal...

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