Minnesota Viking tickets are in huge demand now that Brett Favre has decided to quarterback the team. The Green Bay Packers – Minnesota Vikings matchup on Monday night, October 5th at the Metrodome, will be the biggest game of the season, and the Packers – Vikings ticket prices are closer to a NFC Championship game prices, than a regular season game. Currently ticket prices for that game at the Metrodome are running from $230 and up, per ticket.
Brett flew to Minnesota on Tuesday and signed a two year contract worth a reported $25 million. With the signing of Brett Favre, the Vikings have sold about 10,000 more game tickets and 3,000 season tickets in about 24 hours.
Not everyone is happy though, Fran Tarkenton, who has criticized Brett in the past, blasted his former team the Vikings for going after Brett. “I really think the whole Brett Favre saga of retiring, un-retiring, three weeks ago [saying] ‘I can’t play,’ the Vikings said, ‘We’re moving on,’ it’s a circus,” Tarkenton said Wednesday on the “The Opening Drive.” “It’s an absolute circus, and it takes away from all the other things that are going on with the Vikings, with the NFL. We’re getting ready for a football season and this is a circus and I just have no interest in it.
That hasn’t stopped the demand for the Green Bay Packers – Minnesota Vikings game at Lambeau Field on November 1st, where ticket prices currently start at $390 and up per ticket. It’s going to take a lot of cash to pry those Packers – Vikings tickets from their fans hands, so prepare to pay, if you want to see the game.
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