Pillage the competition when you buy Minnesota Vikings tickets from TicketSmarter. The Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL in 1960 as an expansion team and played their inaugural season in 1961. The Vikings play their home games at U.S. Bank Stadium, which is located in downtown Minneapolis. The team played their first nine seasons in the NFL’s Western Conference and became a member of the NFC in 1970 after the merger of the NFL and AFL. Prior to the merger, the Vikings won the NFL Championship in 1969.
The Minnesota Vikings have had several successful NFL seasons. They’ve won multiple NFC conference championships and 15+ divisional titles. Numerous members of the Vikings roster have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame including Randy Moss, John Randle and Steve Hutchison. The Vikings have heated NFC North rivalries with the Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions. Blow the horn this football season by purchasing Minnesota Vikings tickets!
Depending on the game and the team the Vikings are playing, it will greatly impact the price of the ticket. NFL Preseason games will feature the cheapest Minnesota Vikings tickets available. You can even purchase a season pass through TicketSmarter. Don’t forget to pick up your parking passes as well.
Viking preseason tickets start at $10 and go up to $500. For a regular NFL game, those tickets start at $150. The average ticket price will be about $200.
Fans looking for Minnesota Vikings tickets online can find them on TicketSmarter for every game of the season. Ticket prices for the current season are starting at $44.00 and going for prices as high as $8232.00. The average ticket price per game this football season is $276.17. There are 50 2023 Minnesota Vikings Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) tickets available on TicketSmarter for the upcoming game on August 1st, 2023 at TBD. Fans can score tickets for the game at prices between $1735.00 and $3231.00. Grab your tickets today and cheer on your favorite team at US Bank Stadium, 900 South 5th Street, Minneapolis, MN.
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The Vikings play a 16 game regular NFL season. Typically they will play four or five NFL preseason games. As a member of the NFC North, they will always play the Chicago Bears, the Detriot Lions, and the Green Bay Packers. With their close proximity to each other, the Packers-Vikings rivalry has been an ongoing occurrence since 1961. The two teams rotate between the U.S. Bank Stadium and Lambeau Field for their matchups. Other notable games include the Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans Saints, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If you have a Vikings game you would like to attend, check out our event calendar at the top of the page. This handy tool displays every upcoming event so that you never miss out on a great matchup featuring the Vikings.
The Minnesota Vikings schedule has 18 games left on the current football season. Tickets for the Carolina Panthers vs. Minnesota Vikings game on August 10th, 2023 at TBD are on sale at TicketSmarter now. Fans can purchase one of the 0 remaining tickets for the game in the price range of $0.00 to $0.00. This game takes place towards the end of the football season so act now to see the Minnesota Vikings play at Bank Of America Stadium, 800 South Mint St, Charlotte, NC.
Season tickets go on sale in early May. Single-game tickets become available in late May to early June. Don’t miss out on a moment of the action, buy your Vikings tickets today.
The Minnesota Vikings sail out to meet their competition at the U.S. Bank Stadium located at 401 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415. Opened in 2016 for a record $1.1 billion, this permanent indoor sports facility was home to the 2018 Super Bowl and the 2019 NCAA Final Four game where the Virginia Calivers men’s basketball team were crowned the champion. Super Bowl LII featured the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots, with the Eagles winning. The glass panels surrounding the stadium create the outline of a Viking ship. The slanted roof is one of the largest in the United States and was created to easily redirect snow. At the Vikings stadium, you can get even closer to the action with Turf Suites situated on the field level next to the teams’ benches. With seating surrounding the entire field spread out over three levels, there is not a bad seat at U.S. Bank Stadium. Directly next to the 50-yard line on both sides of the stadium are club level seats, but using the TicketSmarter seating chart, you may be able to snag those seats.
Traditions that every Minnesota Viking fan should know while attending a home game at the U.S Bank Stadium, are the Helga Hats, the Skol Chant, and the Vikings horn. The Helga Hats are the stereotypical Vikings helmet made popular by Opera which features blond braids under a horned helmet. The “Skol Chant” is based on chant produced during Iceland national football team games where fans slowly clap and chant Skol to the beat of a drum. After every touchdown, first down or a big play, the Gjallarhorn can be heard echoing throughout the stadium.
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