The Ravens won't be raising ticket prices for 2016 home games, marking the third consecutive season the team opted against raising prices.
Team president Dick Cass confirmed the decision in today's "State of the Ravens" address. The announcement comes just days after the Ravens concluded a difficult 5-11 season, which included a 3-5 record at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Ravens haven't had a ticket increase since before the 2013 season.
From 2001 to 2009, the cost of tickets for Ravens' home games increased every other year. However, that trend ended in 2011, when the team opted to keep prices the same because of a down economy and the uncertainty of the NFL lockout.
The Ravens had an average cost of $100.19 per ticket at M&T Bank Stadium for 2015 games. According to the Team Marketing Report, which was released last September, they had the eighth most expensive ticket in the NFL.