Fans hoping to get season tickets for the Minnesota Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium during the 2017 season will be happy to know that prices won’t be going up.
There was something magical about the opening of U.S. Bank Stadium last year. The home opener of the Minnesota Vikings defeating the Green Bay Packers with a fantastic Prince themed halftime show was just what fans needed to get the new home off to a great start.
Now, looking ahead to 2017, more of those kind of experiences can be made by attending games at the massive facility, and those looking to get season tickets will be happy to know that they won’t be paying more than last year to watch the games.
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According to the official Vikings website, the prices will remain at a flat price for 2017 after selling out of each game during the 2016 season.
“Our Season Ticket Members supported the team through two years of outdoor Vikings football and helped us build the best stadium in the NFL,” said Vikings Executive Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer Steve LaCroix. “Keeping prices flat for those fans in 2017 is just our way of saying thank you for that continued passion and support.”
While the Vikings thank the fans, Pro Football Talk cites other factors for the price not going up. They not the team’s disappointing 2016 record and lackluster 2017 slate of home opponents as possible reasons for the price to stay the same in the supply and demand style market.
No matter what the reason is for prices to stay the same, fans should be able to repeat the sellouts of 2016 with a season where there is potential for the team rebound. Plus, taking in the amazing structure full of art and exhibits makes it even more of an experience.