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Additional Minnesota Vikings Info

How Do I Buy Vikings Tickets?

Vikings tickets can be purchased through Ticket King's secure checkout process. First, pick the game you would like to attend, then scan the page for the seat location you are interested in. From there click the "Buy Tickets" button on the right. We can ship your mobile tickets directly to your phone. The 2023 Minnesota Vikings are looking to repeat their success from 2022. Will they top the Packers, Lions, and Bears once again? Buy your Vikings tickets for all home and away games. 

Where Can I Park for Vikings Games?

  • Fans looking to park for Vikings games should allow for heavy traffic. Get to the U.S. Bank Stadium early. Parking lots tend to open six hours before kickoff, or at 7 am. Lots close three hours after the game or at Midnight, whichever comes first. Please check the signs as you enter the lots, as they may display different hours.
  • When looking to park for upcoming Vikings games, we recommend using the US Bank Stadium - Traveler Routing Map. On that page, you can choose your route from one of four directions.
  • If you are attending a single game, consider using ParkWhiz for prepaid parking.
  • For Premium Parking, there are four options: 511 Surface Lot - Enter on South 6th Street. 511 Ramp (Enter on the same South 6th Street as 511 Surface lot.) 1010 Ramp is located at 10th Avenue, South. For the Downtown East Ramp, enter Park Avenue from South 4th Street. For the HCMC Ramp, you would enter on South 6th Street. Finally, when entering the Stadium Parking Garage, you enter South 3rd Street.
  • ADA Parking is available in every lot directly surrounding the US Bank Stadium. Also, consider using the Light Rail and Northstar Metro options to get to the games. Follow the directions for getting to the U.S. Bank Stadium.
  • Looking to park a charter bus? Most charter buses park along 7th Street. Charter bus parking fees are separate and handled by

Paying for Concessions at Vikings Games

How do I pay for concessions at Vikings games? Vikings games are now cashless. Be sure to bring a credit or debit card to US Bank Stadium. Apple Pay is also an option when visiting the stadium.

Can I Get Printed Vikings Tickets?

  • Do the Vikings still print tickets? The Vikings are "digital-only" tickets now. Fans can use the Vikings app to present their digital ticket at the stadium. You can also use the app to transfer your tickets, sell them, or even donate your tickets.
  • Fans will want to make sure to choose the "View Barcode" option for tickets and parking.
  • On the Vikings App, tap the "My Tickets" page and log in. Select the game you are going to attend. Pull up the bar code for the game that you are attending that day. You can view all the tickets for that game when you swipe to the left.

Vikings Bag & Carry-In Rules and Policies

  • Bags cannot exceed the dimensions 12" X 6" X 12".
  • One-gallon clear plastic bags are allowed.
  • Clutch bags that are small (4.5" by 6.5" or smaller) are allowed, as long as they have no handles or straps.
  • There are medical exceptions for bags but be advised that they will most likely be inspected at entry.
  • Please leave the following items at home, for the Vikings do not allow large purses, coolers, fanny packs, luggage, briefcases, bike messenger bags, camera bags, or diaper bags.
  • Yes, the Vikings do have bag checks. If you bring a prohibited bag, you will be asked to check it or return it to your car.

Vikings Versus Packers

In what has now become a border rivalry, the Vikings versus Packers games are often sellouts. Green Bay fans do travel to Minnesota, and vice versa. One notable game had the Vikings at Lambeau, with Randy Moss “fake mooning” Packers fans. The Metrodome was one of the toughest places for visiting teams to play. The Packers lead the overall win-loss record against the Vikings, but the matchup is quite even.

Vikings Versus Bears

As of 2021, the Vikings lead this 61-year rivalry against the Chicago Bears by just six games. The teams have played each other a total of 122 times, and just once in the postseason. 

Vikings 2023 Draft Picks

The Vikings had seven picks in the 2023 NFL draft. In the first round, the team picked 23 overall. They drafted Jordan Addison, a wide receiver from USC. The team wouldn't have another pick until round three. They chose cornerback Mekhi Blackmon from USC. In round four, the team went for another cornerback. LSU's Jay Ward was chosen 134th overall. In round five, the Vikings had two picks. They drafted Jaquelein Roy and Jaren Hall. Roy is a defensive tackle from LSU, and Hall is a quarterback from BYU. In the seventh round, Minnesota drafted DeWayne McBride from UAB. 

Vikings 2022 Season In Review

The Vikings opened the 2022 regular season with a game against the Green Bay Packers. The team took charge in the first half, going up 17-0. The division-leading Eagles took game number two of the season, and the Vikings followed that up with seven victories in a row. They fell to the Cowboys and then defeated the Patriots and New York Jets. The Vikings final regular season record was 13-4. They took first place in the NFC North division and went on to the NFC Wild Card playoff game against the New York Giants. The game would be played at U.S. Bank Stadium, in front of the Vikings home crowd. The final score of the Wild Card game didn't favor the Vikings. They lost to the Giants 31-24, in front of a sold-out stadium. Key players for the 2022 season include Justin Jefferson, with 1809 receiving yards, Kirk Cousins with 4547 passing yards, and cornerback Patrick Peterson with five interceptions and 56 solo tackles on the season.    

Vikings 2022 Draft Class

The Vikings had ten total picks in the 2022 draft. Their round-one pick was 32nd overall. The team went for Lewis Cine, a safety out of Georgia. In round two, Andrew Booth Jr. was picked. This cornerback out of Clemson was a stand-out player in college. The Vikings had another pick in the second round and went for Ed Ingram from LSU. Also drafted were the following: Brian Asamoah, Akayleb Evans, Esezi Otomewo, Ty Chandler, Valerian Lowe, Jalen Nailor, and Nick Muse. In all, the team drafted five players on defense and five on offense. 

Minnesota Vikings 2021 Recap

The Vikings finished the 2021 season with an overall record of 8-9 and nearly made the playoffs. At the end of the season, the team made a clean sweep and fired their general manager and head coach. Rick Spielman and Mike Zimmer are both out. The team interviewed coaches currently on the Titans and Packers staff. They also looked at coaches from Philadelphia and Cleveland. Will Kirk Cousins be the teams starting quarterback in 2022? Cousins has trade value that could bring key players onto the Vikings roster as they rebuild their coaching staff. The team hopes that in 2022, they won't be on the losing end of so many close-scoring games. Of the 17-game season just completed, the Vikings were close to taking the lead in 14. The team's "two-minute" defense was to blame for many of the losses. The offensive line finished the year ranked 23rd overall. The run defense was near the league bottom as well. It's going to take time for the Vikings to get the ship on course. 

Minnesota Vikings History

It all started back in 1960 when the Vikings came about during the NFL expansion. Since that time, the Minnesota Vikings have made the NFL playoffs over a dozen times. With four trips to the Super Bowl and a history that goes back over fifty years, Vikings tickets are something special.

The Minnesota Vikings were founded in 1960 and since their inception, have been one of the league's more polarizing teams throughout their history. The Vikings have been of the league's more successful teams since their inception, making the playoffs 28 times, most recently in 2015. Of those 28 appearances, 19 have been by winning the division, most recently in 2015. They have also been to the Super Bowl four times as well- 1970, 1973, 1974, and 1976. So overall, they are one of the better teams in terms of a whole body of work. So what has tripped them up? Well, what everybody tends to focus on with the Vikings, and maybe even unfairly, is what happens when they get into the playoffs.

The Vikings have retired six jerseys since they joined the NFL. Three of those players helped establish the team as a force, going back to their first season. Fran Tarkenton was their franchise quarterback, starting in 1961, got traded to the Giants, and then returned to Minnesota. He wound up playing seventeen seasons in the NFL. Mick Tingelhoff played all sixteen of his pro seasons as a Viking. He played during four of the Vikings NFC championship seasons and was a six-time Pro Bowl selection. Jim Marshall spent eighteen seasons in a Vikings uniform. He’s famous for his “wrong way” run against San Francisco, back in 1964, and for being one tough player.

Vikings Best Season Came In 1998

In 1998, the Vikings were the team to beat. They scored more points during the regular season than any other team, and it looked like they were poised to take it all. After winning in the first round of the playoffs, they came up short in the NFC Championship game against the Atlanta Falcons. Their 15-1 record did not get them a free ride to the Super Bowl.

Vikings Super Bowl Appearance History

The Vikings have been to four Super Bowls (1977, 1975, 1974, and 1970), but had not won in any of their appearances. In 2009, the Vikings made it to the NFC Championship game, and again in 2018 where they lost to the Eagles 38-7.

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