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But they’re still going to be cheaper than most NFL teams

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If you’re a season ticket holder for the Minnesota Vikings, it appears that you’re going to see a slight bump in the price of your season tickets in 2018.

The Vikings have sent out notices to their 50,000 season ticket holders that the price of their season tickets will be increasing next season. The team did not increase season ticket prices from 2016 to 2017, but prices will go up slightly for 2018.

The price increase isn’t going to be huge or anything, according to the story from Viking Update. The increases will be anywhere from 4% to 10%, with most of the price increases being less than $10/game on average.

According to Viking Update, the increase in the season ticket prices will still have the Vikings in the bottom half of the league in that category, probably somewhere around 17th or 18th in the NFL as far as season ticket pricing is concerned.

Have you received one of these notices from the Vikings yet? How are your seats going to be affected by the price increase?