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Vikings' sellout streak on line against Broncos

The Vikings say they have 3,000 tickets left for next Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. They have to be sold by noon Thursday, or the game will be blacked out on local TV.
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The Vikings say they have 3,000 tickets left for next Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos. They have to be sold by noon Thursday, or the game will be blacked out on local TV.

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