The Vikings announced today that single-game tickets for the Green Bay (Oct. 5) and Chicago (Nov. 29) games at the Metrodome will go on sale Monday morning. The Vikings had previously only sold tickets to those games as part of their season-ticket package, in part because the team knew if Brett Favre decided to end his retirement tickets to those two games would have had a significantly higher value.
Fans wishing to purchase tickets to the Packers game also are going to have to buy a ticket to the Aug. 21 preseason game against Kansas City. The two-game minipacks — the Vikings have packaged the Packers ticket with another game for several years — will range in price from $96 to $220 per package. The Bears tickets will not be packaged with another game.
The tickets will go on sale at 9:30 a.m. Monday in person at the Metrodome Vikings ticket office (under Gate C). All ticket sales at the Metrodome are cash or credit card only; no checks will be accepted.
At 10:00 a.m., tickets will be made available in person at all Midwest Ticketmaster locations, by phone through Ticketmaster at 800-745-3000, or online at http://www.ticketmaster.com/.