After a full season of the Minnesota Vikings playing in front of a very limited crowd in 2020, U.S Bank Stadium is ready to be filled with 60,000+ people for the 2021 season.

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When You Can Purchase Your Single-Game Vikings Tickets

According to a release from the Minnesota Vikings, starting on Thursday, July 22nd a limited number of tickets will be available starting at 10 a.m.

"A limited number of single-game tickets for the Minnesota Vikings 2021 season at U.S. Bank Stadium will go on sale to the general public Thursday, July 22, at 10:00 a.m. CDT."

The Vikings Home Opponents

The Vikings welcome eight opponents to U.S Bank Stadium this season. They open up their 'home schedule with a 3:25 pm. kickoff against the Seattle Seahawks during Week 3. Weeks 4 and 5 are Noon kickoffs against the Cleveland Browns and the Detroit Tigers.

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Week 8 is a home matchup on Sunday Night Football against the Dallas Cowboys on Halloween Night. Week 11 is a matchup against the Green Bay Packers, while Week 14 is a Thursday Night matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers at 7:15 pm. Week 16 the Vikings welcome the Los Angeles Rams for a Noon kickoff and then finish out the year against the Chicago Bears in Week 18.

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How To Acquire Vikings Tickets

If you are interested in purchasing single-game tickets, you can do so on the Vikings' website here. The Vikings note that tickets for the preseason as are low as $15 and tickets for the regular season are as low as $66. The tickets will be available online only via Ticketmaster.

There is no box office or Ticketmaster outlet sales, and ticket sales are also credit card only.

So if you are looking for your next date night, or maybe a weekend getaway, keep the Vikings in mind.

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