For anyone that is super pumped to travel up to New England for the AFC Championship game on Sunday, there are a few options.
Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Dundalk, a common hang out for Ravens players and fans, set up buses to travel up to a Ravens tailgate outside Gillette Stadium. Additionally, they'll be throwing an "Unfinished Business" party at Jimmy's with a full bull and oyster roast and an open bar for $39/person, starting Sunday at 6:30 p.m.
Local radio station WNST is offering a Miller Lite Roadtrip travel package that includes an upper deck game ticket, bus transportation from White Marsh to Foxboro and back, a one night stay at the Providence Marriott, and a tailgate lunch at Gillette Stadium. Tickets go up to $625/person and, currently, WNST is filling its fifth and final bus.
If you book a bus through Towson Travel, a ticket is $175 for a bus from Timonium up to Gillette Stadium and that includes a Ravens tailgate party. Of course, that does not include game tickets, which are running anywhere from $200-$1,500 on StubHub.
Rohrbaugh's Charter Service is also offering travel up to Gillette Stadium, with pickups in Timonium and White Marsh early Sunday morning. The price per person is $90.
And if you do happen to travel to Foxboro this weekend and want to visit nearby watering hole The Raven's Nest, it might be hard to find. That's because owner Mark McAullife has temporarily changed the name of the bar to The Patriot's Nest and has even hung mock Ravens in nooses. No one is messing around this weekend!
[Image: Ravens fans in New England, courtesy of Jimmy's Famous Seafood]