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Tickets in the Valhalla Club provide access to the Medtronic Club. The club has 21 HDTVs inside the 24.944 square foot space, plus all inclusive food and beverage options. Tickets in this section also grant private entry and restrooms. Tickets in the Vikings Club - aka the Hyundai Club - are some of the closest to the field in the NFL, just 41 feet from the sideline. The sections are located between the 30 yard lines, offering premium views of the action. The club area includes 25 HDTV's, an upscale a la carte food and beverage menu with station style concession stands and plenty of bar space. These seats also include private bathrooms. The Fire and Ice seats are located in section C1 through C10 and are the most affordable club seating option at U.S. Bank Stadium. The sections are inbetween the 20 yards lines in the 200 level, and offer great views of the action. The clubs themselves offer full bar services, along with station style concessions and plenty of seating and HDTV's.
As a new stadium, U.S. Bank Stadium has plenty of beautiful club and suite options for fans looking to enjoy an event while having a luxury experience. The field club sections - located in the first 16 rows in section F1-F5 - are the most expensive seats in U.S. Bank Stadium and provide access to the Delta Sky 360 Club. The club is located right next to Vikings locker room, so ticket holders will be able to see the team enter and exits the field. There is also a patio that is directly behind the Vikings bench. Other amenities include all-inclusive food and beverages, wider cushioned seats, private restrooms.
Located in Minneapolis's Downtown East neighborhood and south of the Mississippi River, U.S. Bank Stadium opened its doors in 2016. It's a multi-purpose stadium that's the home of the NFL's Minnesota VIkings and is also due to host other major sporting events like the Super Bowl in 2018 and the NCAA Men's Final Four in 2019. It has a transparents roof and walls that allow for plenty of natural light but also protects fans attending events from the notoriously harsh Minnesota winters.
"What can I say, when you compare it to the Metrodome, this place is going to be an upgrade. I have a special place in my heart for the iconic blimp Metrodome, but nostalgia aside, this place is way nicer. It is a great place to showcase the talents of our good ol' Vikings. SKOL! I haven't been here for any kind of concert, just football and monster truck racing. The stadium itself is very beautiful, lots of natural lighting and neat designs. Seats are not terrible, more comfortable than other ones I have been in and the layout gives pretty much every seat a great view. The food choices are pretty good as well. Lots of craft beer, unique snacks and quick foods that will give even the pickiest people something to try. Everything is pretty spendy but that can be expected when you come to a place like this so tailgate beforehand or get ready to open up your wallet. The hospitality team is top notch here and access to bathrooms, nursing stations, etc. is well within reach and not hard to find with plenty to go around so that I can dodge missing a crucial play because I was in line to pee."
Seat numbers at U.S. Bank Stadium are arranged similarly to most large stadiums, where the lowest-numbered seat within a section would be closest to the lower-numbered section next to it. For example, seat number 1 in section 106 would be next to the highest-numbered seat at the end of the aisle in section 105, while the highest-numbered seat in section 106 would be next to seat number 1 in section 107.
The row numbers at U.S. Bank Stadium vary by section and location. Sections in the 100 level average 37 rows, and the corners and end-zone sections average 42 rows. The 200 level has an average of 16 rows, and the 300 level has a 5 rows of balcony seating, followed by 18-25 rows of standard seating.
While there are plenty of parking options around US Bank Stadium, we've found a few lots not on US Bank Stadium property that may serve as the best ones for you. For reference, parking on-site for Vikings games costs $45 for one-time parking. The Mills Fleet Farm and First Covenant Church are among the closest lots to the stadium, as they're both within .1 miles of the venue. They run $45 and $60 per vehicle, respectively. Some cheaper parking options are 1417 Washington Ave or Interstate Lot 2028, which are each located about .5 miles from the stadium and run $20 and $28 for parking, respectively. Tailgaiting is permitted at US Bank Stadium lots, and you may begin as early as 7am. Parking lots on US Bank Stadium property open six hours prior to gametime.
The Vikings bench is located in front of sections F1 through F5, while the visitor's bench can be found in front of sections V1 through V5.
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