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The city made an estimated $10 million alone in in-stadium sales tax revenue as a result of the higher tax rates it charges on tickets, ballpark merchandise and concessions as a way to recapture public funds used to build Nationals Park.

The Ravens are unlikely to get a boost in stadium revenue outside of raising ticket, concession and merchandise prices.

Although their players will receive $172,000 playoff bonuses, team officials insist that they aren’t getting much richer off winning the big game.

“It deepens our legacy in this region and probably a little bit more around the country,” team President Richard W. Cass said last week. “That doesn’t result in more dollars, but it makes us a more valuable franchise.”