BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens are preparing a new two-tier pricing model for the 2016 season, meaning there will be different prices for preseason versus regular-season games.

Preseason ticket prices in all categories will be reduced by approximately 50 percent.

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Meanwhile, the price of the team’s eight regular-season game tickets will increase by nearly 12 percent. The preseason savings and regular-season increase balance out to a net of zero change for those that buy all 16.

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Single-game ticket pricing will be based on a game-by-game basis and will continue to be priced $5 higher than season tickets.

The Orioles, Nationals, Capitals and Wizards all utilize variable pricing, as do 27 of the 31 other NFL teams.

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You can read more on BaltimoreRavens.com.