In addition, credits for funds paid for the 2020 season to date will be applied to accounts and may be used for next season’s renewal or for future ticket purchases, or a refund may be requested. Current ticket sales for a 2020 game will also be halted and refunds will be given to fans who have already made purchases.
In addition, if the Ravens are allowed by state and local government rules and regulations to accommodate fans in 2020, the team has announced that a significant reduction in seating capacity at the M&T Bank stadium would be necessary.
Based on social distancing guidelines and fan safety protocols developed by health experts, government officials and the NFL, the stadium’s capacity – if fans are allowed – should be less than 14,000 seats per game.
“To provide an adequate level of security for fans who wish to attend games, a reduction in capacity is necessary,” said Ravens president Dick Cass. “We are disappointed that this disrupts many ticket buyers, but we have an obligation to our fans and our community to keep the M&T Bank stadium as safe as possible. ”
Once an updated stadium seating manifesto is finalized, sales of 2020 individual game tickets will resume, with PSL owners receiving a priority opportunity to purchase before any public sale. The Ravens will provide more information on match tickets, including a sale date, at a later date.
“With more than 62,000 subscriptions already sold, there is no fair way to accommodate all of the PSL owners wishing to keep subscriptions for 2020 in a limited stadium capacity,” said Baker Koppelman, vice-president. ticket sales and operations manager. “In these unusual circumstances, it’s best to simplify the ticketing process and allow fans to decide which games they want to attend, while giving our PSL owners priority in accessing tickets. “