Photo of Baltimore Ravens fans walking the concourse at M&T Bank Stadium.

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Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti has announced that the organization will be lowering the prices of select food items at M&T Bank Stadium. The move comes after the Atlanta Falcons lowered their concession prices by 50% last season after debuting at the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The change resulted in Atlanta Falcons fans spending 16% more on food items than the year before. In order to do so, the Baltimore Ravens must amend their contract with Aramark, the food and beverage provider for M&T Bank Stadium.

M&T Bank Stadium recently added Shake Shack to it’s food offerings and are currently implementing various upgrades throughout the stadium that will improve the fan experience. It’s been more than three seasons since the Baltimore Ravens last made a playoff appearance. Last season, there was speculation that the national anthem protests caused a fallout and led to a huge decline in the Ravens’ home attendance. The Baltimore Ravens had previously sold out every home game at M&T Bank Stadium from 1996 to 2016.


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