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While it remains free, you can gets seats for a fee

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This is a combination of two posts on this subject that were completed at pretty much the same time.

The Minnesota Vikings have released the full details for training camp at the new Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center in Eagan.

Here is what you need to know about the limited free general admission, the price of tickets and parking:

Tickets will be available to season ticket holders on Thursday, June 21st at 9:00am through Vikings.com. The remainder, which should be at least 1,300 tickets will be left and then those will be available Monday, June 25th at 9:00am to the general public.

The maximum capacity for each night will be 5,000 tickets. 4,000 will be free general admission tickets and the left over 1,000 will be reserved seats and those will cost you $20 per ticket, unless you want to watch the practice with the Jaguars which will cost you $25.

The maximum number of tickets for purchase will be 4 tickets per order and open to 2 days per person.

There are 2,200 parking spots available on onsite for $10 and must be pre-purchased. Because of the limited space for parking, the Vikings are also encouraging fans to take ride sharing options as well.

But what the Vikings want to stress to fans is that, you MUST reserve your ticket in advance, there is NO access without tickets.


We’re a little over a month away from the first Training Camp for the Minnesota Vikings at their new home at the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center in Eagan. Today, the team released some more details about this year’s camp, including the availability of tickets.

Tickets for Training Camp will be available starting on 21 June. . .that’s this coming Thursday. . .for season ticket holders. They will become available for everyone else on 25 June, which is this coming Monday.

Tickets have to be reserved in advance. There will be 4,000 free admission tickets that will be available for each day, along with 1,000 reserved seats in the “Kwik Trip Red Zone.” Those tickets will cost $20 for most of the sessions, but will increase to $25 when the Vikings hold their joint practices with the Jacksonville Jaguars on 15 and 16 August.

The tickets will be available on the official team website, and as with the policy for U.S. Bank Stadium that we mentioned a few days ago, there will be no paper tickets. Everything will be done by using your electronic device of choice. If you don’t have a smartphone or anything like that, you can contact the Vikings’ ticket office at 612-33-VIKES and they’ll help you out.

Be sure to hit the link higher up in the story here for more information about this year’s Minnesota Vikings Training Camp. Are any of you folks out there planning on making the trek?