The Minnesota House of Representatives increased the Vikings’ share of a new stadium from $427 million to $532 million. The Minnesota Senate increased it to only $452 million.
The Conference Committee charged with ironing out the differences between the two bills has pegged the final number at $477 million, according to Aj Mansour of KFAN.
The Vikings previously called a $105 million increase “not workable.” In the end, the increase will be only $50 million.
The final bill also has a “clawback” provision that would give Minnesota a share of the profit arising from a sale of the team.
It’s not yet known whether the final bill preserved the no-blackout provision that the Senate added to the stadium bill.
The final bill will return to the House and Senate for up-or-down votes, with no further amendments.