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Minnesota Vikings Single-Game Tickets Go On Sale Wednesday

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There are many that have asked via social media over the past few weeks when, exactly, single-game tickets for the Minnesota Vikings' inaugural season at U.S. Bank Stadium would be going on sale. Until yesterday, the Vikings' official website only had a date of "mid-July" on it. Well, since we're in mid-July, the team has finally decided to give people the opportunity.

Single-game tickets for the Minnesota Vikings' 2016 season will go on sale starting on Wednesday, 20 July, at 10:00 AM Central time. . .and if you want to get your hands on tickets, you're going to have to jump on them fast.

According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, there are only going to be 4,000 tickets on sale for each game this season (they're required to make at least 3,250 tickets for each home game available to the public). . .the rest of the seats have been snapped up by season ticket holders. In addition, all of the seats are in the 300 level of the stadium, which means that you can get tickets for a pretty decent price.

The most expensive tickets that will be up for sale will be $58, and they are for the games against the Green Bay Packers, the New York Giants, and the Dallas Cowboys. The tickets for the remaining home games will set you back $50 each. If you'd like to check out either of the two preseason games at U.S. Bank Stadium, those tickets are $28 each.

You can get the tickets in one of two ways:

1) Go online at, or
2) Call 1-800-745-3000

In each case, credit cards are the only accepted form of payment.

Will you be waiting to pounce on Minnesota Vikings tickets tomorrow morning, folks?