Skip to main content

Most pricey seats sold out in new Vikings stadium


The Vikings are still two NFL seasons away from moving into their new stadium, which is under construction on the former location of the Metrodome, but ticket sales are moving quickly.

The Vikings said through April over $30 million in Stadium Builder's Licenses have been sold. That equals nearly 6,500 seats. The team says both the Field Club and the Valhalla Club are nearly sold out and interest in the Vikings Club and Fire & Ice Clubs are also very strong.

According to the Business Journal, under the pricing plan unveiled in February seats in the Field Club carry seat-license fees of $9,500 and $400 per-game ticket prices.

The Pioneer Press reports the Vikings split seating from the Dome into 16 zones and invited fans by zone – with the most expensive ticket-holders receiving priority – to pick their new seats.

The company leading the sales efforts for the new stadium, Van Wagner Group, recently completed its exclusive period for Zones 1 and 2 and the company now has opened Club Seat upgrades to all season-ticket holders.

According to MPR News, Marcus Genzlinger bought some of those seats. His family has held Vikings season tickets since the team was founded in 1961. He purchased four tickets in the Vahalla Club with $28,000 in seat licenses.

"I think it was a shock because the model that currently existed was disappearing, and suddenly, you're having to pay for a new model," Genzlinger told MPR. "But again, going back, reviewing the experience, the upgrades they were providing, I think it made me realize that there's another way to look at it, and that was positively."

The new stadium will have about 62,000 seats, not included in suites. About 50,000 of those seats will require the one-time purchase of the SBL. The average cost of the SBL's is $2,500.

The SBLs are expected to generate $125 million in gross revenue, the Business Journal reports. Net proceeds of around $100 million will go toward the Vikings' $477 million portion of the stadium's cost.

According to the Pioneer Press, suites in the new stadium will cost between $110,000-$500,000 per season, including food and drinks.

Next Up

Flickr - police lights squad siren - Edward Kimmel

Woman in critical condition after being shot in the head in St. Paul

Officers responded to the incident at around 2:45 a.m. Saturday.

Alexander Mattison

Vikings-Lions: 5 things you can count on

It's a great time for the Vikings to play the Lions.


Omicron variant confirmed in Wisconsin man who traveled to South Africa

Five other cases have been confirmed and linked to a Wisconsin wedding.

Sharon Mollerus - duluth - snow plow car

Sunday snowstorm walloping MN's North Shore with huge totals

Just ridiculous snow totals expected the rest of Sunday.

Screen Shot 2021-12-05 at 6.49.03 AM

Saturday snow causes havoc on Twin Cities roads

There were countless spinouts and crashes across Minnesota.

Kirill Kaprizov

Wild win battle of NHL's hottest teams, extend winning streak to six

Kirill Kaprizov delivered a shootout winner to take down the Maple Leafs.

Eric Kendricks

Vikings downgrade Eric Kendricks to out against Lions

The Vikings have also activated Michael Pierce from injured reserve.

u.s. attorney

Minnesotan sentenced after assaulting man with baseball bat

Marshall Wayne Boshey was sentenced to 30 months in prison followed by two years of supervised release.

Target store

Target's gift card discount is back, but for this weekend only

The fine print: for Target Circle members only (but membership is free).