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Minnesota Vikings keeping season-ticket prices flat in 2017

The Minnesota Vikings won’t raise prices on existing season-ticket members in 2017.

The Minnesota Vikings will announce that season-ticket prices for 2017 will stay flat from 2016, their first year in U.S. Bank Stadium.

The Vikings sold out every game in 2017 and said they were keeping prices flat to reward their loyal season ticket holders.

“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 Steve LaCroix, Vikings executive vice president and chief marketing officer. “Keeping prices flat for those fans in 2017 is just our way of saying thank you for that continued passion and support.”

Pricing for tickets for those who don’t have tickets with the stadium builder’s license – like ticket packages and single-game tickets – continue to be discussed and will be available later this year. 


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