Win 20 Years Of Ravens Season Tix With Second Chance Promotion

Posted on December 10, 2021 - Last Updated on April 26, 2022

Time is running out for the second chance promotion that the Maryland Lottery is hosting for its Baltimore Ravens scratch-off tickets.

So, if you weren’t a winner with any of the Ravens scratchers, now’s the time to take part.

This second chance promotion gives you the chance to win exclusive Ravens game-day experiences and extra cash. You can even win Ravens season tickets for 20 years.

Here’s everything you need to know about the second chance promotion, as well as the Ravens’ NFL Week 14 odds.

Second chance promotion for Ravens scratchers

MD Lottery’s series of Ravens scratchers offers winnings of up to $100,000. One grand prize winner will also get 20 years of Ravens season tix. The package kicks off in 2022 with two Club Level tickets and a parking pass for every home game at M&T Bank Stadium.

Two different Ravens scratchers are available:

Ravens x2

Ravens x2 is a $2 scratcher that gives you 10 chances to win a top prize of $20,000.

If you match any of your numbers to any one or more of the three winning numbers, you’ll win the prize shown for that number. If you reveal a “B” symbol, you’ll win the prize shown for that symbol. And if you reveal the “2x” symbol, you’ll win two times the prize shown for that symbol.

There are currently three top prizes remaining., according to

Ravens X5

The second scratcher of this series, Ravens x5, is a $5 game and offers 16 chances to win a top prize of $100,000.

If you match any of your numbers to one or more of the four winning numbers, you win the prize shown for that number. And if you reveal a football symbol, you’ll win the prize shown for that symbol. And if you reveal the “5x” symbol, you’ll win five times the prize shown

Currently, there are four top $100,000 prizes remaining for Ravens X5.

How the second chance works

If your scratchers come up empty, you can get a second chance to win extra cash and exclusive Ravens prizes. This second chance promo has already begun, but two of the six drawings remain.

Be sure you create a “My Rewards” account with the MD Lottery. Then, all non-winning $2 tickets of the Ravens scratchers give you two second-chance entries into drawing. All non-winning $5 tickets get you five second-chance entries.

Here’s a list of the remaining prizes left:

Dec. 14 second-chance drawing

  • “Season Tickets for 20 Years” finalist spot and $10,000 cash
  • $10,000 cash
  • 2022 Ravens season tickets and $250 worth of Ravens Bucks
  • Pass for Cash game-day experience and $5,000 Cash

Jan. 12 second-chance drawing

  • “Season Tickets for 20 Years” finalist spot and $10,000 cash
  • $10,000 cash
  • 2022 Ravens season tickets and $250 worth of Ravens Bucks

The deadlines for the remaining drawings are Dec. 13 and Jan. 11. The date for the “Season Tickets for 20 Years” drawing has not been announced yet.

Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns preview

Baltimore scratcher games aren’t the only thing you should be excited about. In fact, the Baltimore Ravens have an intriguing road game coming up against a division rival.

This Sunday, Dec. 12 (1 p.m., CBS) the Ravens hit the road to meet the Cleveland Browns (6-6).

As of Friday afternoon, the Ravens were 2.5-point underdogs (-115) at MGM Sportsbook Maryland, which is now taking bets at MGM National Harbor as the first Maryland sportsbook.

On the moneyline, Baltimore is +116. That implies that the Ravens have about a 46% chance of beating the Browns on Sunday. As far as the over/under, the total had crept up to 42.5, which is on the lower side among this NFL Week 14 games.

This will be the teams’ second meeting of the season. In an NFL Week 12 matchup, the Ravens beat the Browns at home, 16-10. The odds heading into that home matchup favored the Ravens (-177).

Game preview

Prior to Week 13, the Baltimore Ravens lost six starters for the season:

  • RB J.K Dobbins: torn ACL
  • RB Gus Edwards: torn ACL
  • CB Marcus Peters: torn ACL
  • OT Ronnie Stanley: ankle
  • S Deshon Elliott: biceps pectoral

After Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, starting cornerback Marlon Humphrey is also now out for the season with a shoulder injury. That devastating blow, along with a growing list of players on IR, isn’t a great formula for the Ravens moving forward.

However, the Ravens defense is going to have to find a way to mirror its Week 12 performance against the Browns. Without DE Calais Campbell, the Ravens were able to hold the league’s top-ranked rushing attack to 40 yards.

This time around, it may not be that easy stopping the Browns running game. Cleveland is coming off of a bye week, giving running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt fresh legs heading into Sunday.

Given the injuries to the Ravens defense, it’d be no surprise if Cleveland QB Baker Mayfield and the Browns attempt to rely on their 25th ranked passing game. The Ravens will need to come out hot from the start, and QB Lamar Jackson will need to make smart reads for his team to have a chance to win this pivotal AFC North game.

Photo by AP / Nick Wass
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