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The Vikings have the distinction of being the last crowned NFL Champion before the AFL-NFL merger occurred in 1970. They ended up losing the Super Bowl that year and appeared in three more during the 1970s, including three in four years from 1973-1976 largely on the backs of players like Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton and their defensive line that were given the nickname Purple People Eaters. Their first Super Bowl victory still eludes them, but they have a strong roster that hopes to help get them over the hump and past teams like their hated rival Packers. If you're looking to catch this team in person, be sure to check out TickPick, where you'll NEVER be charged any buyer fees!

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What NFL Teams Allow You to Scan Tickets on Your Phone? The ticket industry is rapidly advancing with more teams and venues adopting mobile ticketing methods. The NFL is a part of this movement as well, however it is not always clear what NFL teams allow you to scan tickets on your phone. Here you will find a breakdown of every NFL team’s policy regarding mobile ticketing. This list is constantly changing, and here at TickPick we expect to have mobile ticketing as an option for all 32 teams by the start Read More →
US Bank Stadium Seating Chart | New Vikings Stadium Guide US Bank Stadium is opening its doors to the Minnesota Vikings and their fans in 2016. Vikings fans will certainly enjoy watching the games inside a closed stadium after the past few season at TCF Bank Stadium. A new Minnesota Vikings Stadium means unfamiliar seating arrangements and new parking and tailgating secrets. Here you will find the most detailed US Bank Stadium Seating Chart, including seat and row numbers, club seats, seat views, where the best seats are, and how to Read More →
Chicago Bears LB Jared Allen Invades the Courtyard Camera After moving from the Minnesota Vikings to the Chicago Bears last season, former Pro Bowl defensive end Jared Allen had a bit of a down year. Some even wonder whether or not the legendary pass rusher still has the ferocity that made him great. All one needs to do to find the answer is ask guests at the Marriot Courtyard located “Somewhere in California,” where Allen and comedian Ben Schwartz of Parks & Recreation and House of Lies fame did Read More →
NFL Bag Policy | To Be Clear In an effort to make NFL Stadiums safer this year, the NFL has issued new rules and regulations on the type of bags and personal items that can be brought into the stadium. Safety is great; the inconvenience these new rules may cause fans is not. The NFL bag policy, women will especially not be fans of this. So what exactly is allowed? Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12.” Read More →
Minnesota Vikings 2013 Season Preview This is a preview of the upcoming season for the Minnesota Vikings. The schedule and tickets for the Minnesota Vikings are included. Last season: 10-6 (Lost in Wildcard round to Green Bay) Vegas Over/Under: 7.5 Wins Key Additions:  WR Greg Jennings (FA), DT Shariff Floyd (FLA), CB Xavier Rhodes (FLA ST) Key Losses: WR Percy Harvin, CB Antoine Winfield Strength of Schedule: 10 Minnesota Viking’s playoff berth last season came as a bit of a surprise to the rest of the league. You Read More →
The Best Seats and Deals for the Minnesota Vikings There are plans in the works to give the city of Minnesota a new stadium. In the meantime, Minnesota is stuck with the Metrodome but that does not mean great seats and deals can't be found. For starters we provide a great blog on the Vikings seating chart below. Second, using our algorithms, we help you find the best seats at the best prices, just pick the Vikings game that you want to go to and use our "score report" to get the best deal.
Vikings Net High Upside Players With Limited Picks in Early Rounds of 2017 Draft Early draft grades from experts all over seem to like what the Vikings did in their 2017 draft despite not owning a first-round pick after trading it away to the Eagles last offseason to fill the void at QB left by Teddy Bridgewater's gruesome knee injury. They lost their all-time leading rusher and face of the franchise in Adrian Peterson but drafted Florida State RB Dalvin Cook in the second round, trading up to get him in the process. It was a high-risk move but the sort that could pay dividends in the years to come, as Cook projects to be a true three down back that can be a home run hitter as an offensive weapon for Minnesota. Their third pick of Iowa Jaleel Johnson could certainly aid an interior pass rush, and the Vikings in short did well with what they had to work with this draft. Be sure to catch the Vikings in person this season with cheap no fee tickets on TickPick!
Vikings Begin Post-Peterson Era The Vikings enter the season with a big hole to fill at running back after losing Adrian Peterson to free agency this off season. Minnesota hopes second round draft pick Dalvin Cook out of Florida State can fill his shoes or the off-season signing of former Raiders RB Latavius Murray. Questions still loom at quarterback for the vikings as it's unknown if Teddy Bridgewater will be ready to go for the season opener coming off ACL surgery and dislocated his left knee. If Bridgewater is unable to go, Sam Bradford is likely to replace him again to start the season. The Vikings will open the season at home versus the Saints and finish the year with four of their last six games away from Minnesota.
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When Will Minnesota Vikings Tickets Go On Sale? There are a few important dates to keep in mind if you are tracking when Vikings tickets go on sale. The NFL releases the match ups for each upcoming season in late December, but not the specific game dates. The full Minnesota Vikings schedule is released in mid April every year. Once the schedule is released tickets for each game become available for purchase on TickPick, giving fans the fastest access to cheap Vikings tickets. Tickets will remain on sale right up until game-time as well!
Vikings Add Offensive Weapons, Defensive Depth at Top of 2016 Draft The Vikings were able to hit some needs early in their 2016 drafts, and it starts with their picks at the top. First-round pick Laquon Treadwell, a receiver out of Ole Miss and the top-ranked receiver in the draft by most experts, ended up falling to Minnesota as the fourth receiver taken. In time, he should prove to be much-needed possession receiver in the passing game for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, and he and 2016 draftee Stefon Diggs could be a nice receiving core for years to come. Second-round cornerback Mackensie Alexander out of Clemson should provide help in the secondary while incumbent 38-year-old corner Terrance Newman still has a role. Kentrell Brothers, a fifth-round linebacker out of Missouri should provide solid depth and hopefully end up as a long-term starter. Overall, this team added some talent that they hope will stave off the Packers enough to help Minnesota capture its second straight NFC North title.
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