Following a season in which they reached the NFC Championship Game, demand for Minnesota Vikings tickets is surely higher than it was a year ago. So it’s no surprise that ticket prices are going up.
Vikings season tickets will cost anywhere from $290 to $1,280, or $29 to $128 a game for the eight regular-season games and two preseason games. For the last two years, the per-game cost ranged from $25 to $123.
The Vikings say their tickets are still more affordable than most around the NFL.
“While we could not realistically duplicate the flat pricing structure of last season, we wanted to make the increase as minimal as possible to acknowledge the commitment of our season-ticket owners,” chief marketing officer Steve LaCroix told the Star Tribune. “We wanted to continue one of the NFL’s lowest priced season-ticket offerings at $29 per game, while keeping nearly 9,000 tickets priced the same or less.”
Single-game ticket prices haven’t yet been determined for 2010. Those tickets go on sale in the summer. The Vikings have sold out 126 straight games.