Minnesota Vikings single-game tickets go on sale Tuesday


We all have those friends that are Minnesota Vikings season ticket holders.  They take photos of their package when it arrives and show off their stack of tickets on social media to express their excitement as well as get some bragging rights.  While not all fans can be season ticket holders, many fans still journey to Minnesota each year to catch one or two games with the Vikings each season.

Those fans looking to buy single-game tickets should be looking forward to tomorrow (July 14th) at 10 am, when folks will have the opportunity to purchase either regular season or preseason tickets individually.

Here are the ways that you can get your single-game Minnesota Vikings tickets:

  • Go to the Minnesota Vikings ticket office.  Located at 1010 7th Street in Minneapolis, the window will open at 10 am central time.  A limited number of tickets will be available by this method.
  • Call Ticketmaster or visit their website.  Calling Ticketmaster’s toll-free line at 1 (800) 653-8000 can help set you up with some tickets.  Also, visiting Ticketmaster.com can set you up directly to see what is available.

Aug 29, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; A Minnesota Vikings fan cheers his team as they play the Tennessee Titans at Mall of America Field at H.H.H. Metrodome. Vikings win 24-23. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

There is only one game that is not available for purchase in a single-game format.  That is the November 20th game against the Green Bay Packers.  That game is included in a package that has tickets for any of the games against St. Louis Rams, Chicago Bears or the New York Giants.

Tickets should be in short supply.  If you fail to get tickets before they sell out for your anticipated game, you can always check out the Ticket Exchange on Ticketmaster to get verified tickets from other fans selling off part of their season tickets.  Sadly, these tickets usually are more expensive than face value and can be somewhat outrageously priced, as the price is set by the seller.

Good luck to Minnesota Vikings fans when the tickets go on sale tomorrow!  I hope you all get the seats that you desire!

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