Minnesota Vikings Tickets
2016 is the third year the Minnesota Vikings are under the direction of head coach, Mike Zimmer. He has made a positive impact on the team, leading them to the playoffs and taking the NFC North title. This year the Vikings will be returning to the field with the most coveted running back in the league, Adrien Peterson. Minnesota is looking forward to moving into the new U.S. Bank Stadium this season. There’s nothing like NFL football live—get your Minnesota Vikings tickets today and experience the energy and excitement firsthand!
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Minnesota Vikings Ticket Information
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When Is The Best Time To Buy Minnesota Vikings Tickets?
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Minnesota Vikings News
If any NFL team has had an up-and-down year, it’s the Minnesota Vikings. After starting out with five victories and being the last undefeated team in the league, the Vikings proceeded to drop four in a row. This rough streak followed a 2-2 mark in the next four games, including last week’s 25-16 victory at Jacksonville.
The game against the Jaguars was a field goal fest until the fourth quarter when Minnesota scored a pair of touchdowns to turn a 16-12 deficit into a two-score margin. With the victory, the Vikings moved to 7-6 and remain in playoff contention.
The Vikings host the Indianapolis Colts this Sunday. A win and some help from other teams could inch Minnesota closer to a postseason berth.
To say this season has been a strange one for the Minnesota Vikings is an understatement. Five games into the season, Minnesota was the NFL’s lone undefeated team. Since that team, the Vikings have gone on a 1-5 slide.
There are many reasons why the team has struggled the past six weeks. Offensively, the Vikings have failed to score more than 24 points in the games they’ve lost. In its last game, on Thanksgiving Day against Detroit, Minnesota found the end zone just once in a 16-13 loss.
Minnesota’s only win since starting 5-0 came Nov. 20 in a 30-24 win over Arizona. Minnesota faced a tough task Dec. 1 against Dallas and then travels to Jacksonville Dec. 11.
Things are not looking good for the Minnesota Vikings, who started out the season with a promising 5-0 streak. Losing the last four in a row has prompted the freefall from No. 1 in earlier weeks to No. 16 in Week 11, down five spots from just seven days ago. The most recent loss came at the hands of the Washington Redskins, whose defense kept Minnesota’s running backs to just 20 carries for only 36 yards. Can the Vikes get back on their feet? They’ll need the home crowd’s support this Sunday, Nov. 20, as they host the Arizona Cardinals at the U.S. Bank Stadium. Tickets are available now starting at $107.
One of the most surprising teams of the NFL thus far, has been the success from the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings started the season as a total underdog, but came out a shining star when they won their first five games in a row. On October 23 the Philadelphia Eagles were able to stop their winning streak and everything has gone downhill since then for the Vikings. The Vikings then lost to the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions, putting them in a three-game losing streak. See if they can tackle their way out of this slump they are in when they take on the Washington Redskins on November 13. Tickets are still up for grabs so get yours today.
It’s been a difficult couple of weeks for the Minnesota Vikings, and fans are starting to get concerned. The Vikes’ thrilling start to the season was halted in Week 7 after they lost to the Eagles, but the major upset happened this weekend against the No. 31 Bears. Heavily favored to win, Minnesota let Chicago slip through its grasp thanks to a terrible running game and an overall inefficient offense. They drop four spots in the polls to No. 6 and will have to get it together to secure their lead over division rivals the Green Bay Packers. The Vikings will face the Lions this Sunday, Nov. 6, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Get sideline or end zone tickets now!
It is official: The Minnesota Vikings are no longer undefeated. They had been the last remaining team in the NFL with a perfect record heading into last week’s clash, but they simply were no matches for the defense of the Philadelphia Eagles. Quarterback Sam Bradford typically scores multiple touchdowns in a game, but he was held to just one in the fourth quarter. Ultimately, Minnesota went home 10 - 21 and empty-handed. Although they are no longer “perfect,” the Vikings remain one of the biggest playoff contenders of the season. They will visit Chicago to play the Bears this weekend before coming home on November 6 to host the Lions. Tickets to that game are $152.
The Minnesota Vikings had a bye this week, so they have retained their 5-0 record that keeps them at the top of the league. They will look to continue their winning ways when they head to Philadelphia to play the Eagles on October 23. Sam Bradford returns to Philadelphia for the first time since he joined the Vikings this season and will be looking to show the Eagles what they are missing. The Eagles have lost the last two in a row, so they will hope to turn things around. This might enhance their performance, but the odds have the Vikings as the favorites. You can still get tickets for prices starting at just $6.
If you’re an opponent of the Minnesota Vikings this season, you had better bring your A-game. With their 31-13 smashing of the Texans in Week 5, the Vikes move to an impressive 5-0 start and are the only undefeated team left in the NFL. The team also has an impressive 19 sacks, 12 takeaways and are leading the NFL in points allowed with only 12.6 after only five weeks. Minnesota heads into Week 6 with a bye, giving them a chance to rest and let injured players heal. After that, they’ll play the next two on the road in Philly and Chicago before returning home Nov. 6 to host Detroit. Tickets for all upcoming games are on sale now!
After just the first month of NFL play, the Minnesota Vikings are the sole remaining undefeated franchise that’s played all four weeks. The team’s success is, in large part, due to Sam Bradford’s stellar year as Minnesota’s new starting quarterback. After offseason injuries threatened the team’s season, management acquired Bradford in a deal that many fans didn’t approve of. The move has paid off, however, and Bradford has an impressive passing rate, completion rate and has not had any turnovers so far. In Week 5, the Vikes hope to keep the streak alive as they face the Texans. Join the throngs of Minnesota fans at U.S. Bank Stadium this Sunday, Oct. 9. Ticket are still available for $109 and up.
Watch out for the Minnesota Vikings this year! They are one of a handful of teams to still be undefeated heading into the fourth week of play. Teddy Bridgewater and the rest of the team put on an especially impressive display last Sunday, absolutely crushing Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers 22 - 10 on the road at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC. Fans and football experts alike are already projecting a Super Bowl run for the Vikings, who look unstoppable having beaten last year’s championship runners up. Now, Minnesota will head back to U.S. Bank Stadium to host the New York Giants. Ticket’s to Sunday’s game are $48.
The Minnesota Vikings are 2-0 so far this season after they beat the Packers 17-14 on Sunday night. The game was the first in the new stadium. Quarterback Sam Bradford was on fire, completing 22 of 30 passes for a total of 286 yards. He had no turnovers and threw for two touchdowns. The defense was also on top form, sacking the Packers' quarterback Aaron Rodgers five times, including a key play that stopped the Packers from rallying late in the fourth quarter. Adrian Peterson experienced a right knee injury in the third quarter. The Vikings head to Charlotte to play the Panthers on September 25. You can still get your tickets to see all the action in person, with prices starting at $48.
It’s only Week 2 in the NFL regular season, but the heat is on and the biggest rivalries are already in full swing. This Sunday, Sept. 18, the Minnesota Vikings are set to host their most loathed competitors, the Green Bay Packers. The Midwest is known for being home to football’s biggest and most loyal fans--whose side are you on? With both teams at 1-0 after Week 1, bragging rights are up for grabs. These games are often decided by seven points or less, making for exciting football that you don’t want to miss. We have a great selection of sideline and end zone seats on sale now! Prices start at $182.
While the injury of Teddy Bridgewater was an upsetting blow for Minnesota Vikings fans, the immediate addition of Sam Bradford does come with an exciting silver lining. While Bradford’s career has not lived up to his initial billing, he and Adrian Peterson were teammates at Oklahoma back in their college days, so maybe being reunited with this superstar running back will inspire Bradford to finally reach his potential. The Vikings defense is still ferocious and they should keep the team competitive in the NFC North throughout the season. One of the biggest games of the year is coming right up as the hated Packers come to Minnesota on September 18. Tickets for that game start at $217.
The Minnesota Vikings were really looking forward to the start of the season, until Tuesday. During a regular practice on Tuesday, the Viking quarterback, Teddy Bridgewater experienced a dislocated knee and a torn ACL. This all occurred during a play when the quarterback was going through a noncontact drill. The Vikings announced this week that this injury is ending Bridgewater’s season before it even began. Now the Vikings are scrambling to get ready for the season to begin and are trying to be hopeful of their chances. See what they can pull together when you purchase you tickets to see them live. Razorgator has tickets for all upcoming games so don’t wait a second longer.
The Minnesota Vikings have a huge spot to fill before the season starts, and a number of players are gunning for the job. After Phil Loadholt, the offseason frontrunner for the right tackle starting position, announced his retirement, it seemed as it the natural replacement would be new Vikings recruit Andre Smith. After the preseason opener, however, that choice is not so obvious. Another promising option is former starter T.J. Clemmings, who also played well in the Aug. 12 game against the Bengals. No matter who the coaches choose, the competition between Smith and Clemmings should be beneficial for Minnesota. The Vikings continue their preseason run this Thursday, Aug. 18 against the Seahawks in Seattle. Tickets are on sale for $36 and up.
The Minnesota Vikings played against the Cincinnati Bengals for their preseason opener on August 12 to showcase what they have been working on during their offseason. The Vikings have highly anticipated seeing what Laquon Treadwell their first round pick could do when playing in the real deal. He completed four passes for 41 yards which helped the Vikings win the game 17-16. The Bengals put up a good fight with the return of Andy Dalton from his broken thumb. However, it want any enough and the Vikings ran away with the victory. Tickets are still available for all of the upcoming games, so don't miss your chance to catch them. Razorgator has every game you ever want to see live.
Like the rest of the NFL, the Minnesota Vikings are making some changes during the offseason to create a stronger, better team for the 2016 season. The latest news out of the Vikings during the second round of Organized Team Activities is that B.J. Dubose is being moved to the injured reserve list, thanks to a torn ACL that occurred last week. Bruce Gaston has been signed to take his place. There is still plenty of time before the season begins, with the first preseason game schedule for August 10 in Cincinnati against the Bengals. Fans still have time to get tickets to catch the Vikings in action all season long. Prices start at $13.
Minnesota Vikings Matchups
Vikings vs Bears Tickets
The upstart Vikings defeated the Chicago bears in their first meeting on September 17th, 1961 and set the tone for the rivalry to come. Separated by a six hour drive Vikings vs Bears is a classic NFC North rivalry steeped in Midwestern tradition. Minnesota has the edge with an overall record of 57 wins and 51 losses all time against the Bears including a current 3 game win streak dating back to 2015. With the Vikings opening up their brand new US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis they’ll be looking to win as they host the Bears on New Year’s Day. Skoal Vikings!
Vikings vs Lions Tickets
Vikings vs Lions is a rivalry that can be summed up in one word: domination. In 109 total meetings between the two clubs the Vikings have accrued an astonishing 71-36-2 record. The Lions have given the Vikings a run for their money in the 1990s and in the last decade the Vikings have always seemed to come out on top. Led by Adrian Peterson and with a brand new stadium the Vikings will be looking to continue their edge over the Lions as they play host to Detroit on November 6th at US Bank Stadium.
Vikings vs Packers Tickets
A rivalry that has been in place since the Vikings first entered the league in 1961, these two teams have fought over the years to a fairly even record: 59-50-2 in favor of the Cheeseheads. Vikings fans have reason for optimism however. After a narrow loss to the Seahawks last year the Vikings are ready in full force to rally behind RB Adrian Peterson. With a brand new stadium in US Bank Stadium, the Vikings will be ready to take on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers when they play host on the second week of the season, September 18th.
Minnesota Vikings Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the Minnesota Vikings are playing this season? Razorgator has you covered with the complete 2016 Minnesota Vikings schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|1||Sun, Sep 11||@ Tennessee||1:00 PM FOX|
|2||Sun, Sep 18||vs Green Bay||8:30 PM NBC|
|3||Sun, Sep 25||@ Carolina||1:00 PM FOX|
|4||Mon, Oct 3||vs New York||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|5||Sun, Oct 9||vs Houston||1:00 PM CBS|
|6||BYE WEEK|| || |
|7||Sun, Oct 23||@ Philadelphia||1:00 PM FOX|
|8||Mon, Oct 31||@ Chicago||8:30 PM ESPN/WatchESPN|
|9||Sun, Nov 6||vs Detroit||1:00 PM FOX|
|10||Sun, Nov 13||@ Washington||1:00 PM FOX|
|11||Sun, Nov 20||vs Arizona||1:00 PM FOX|
|12||Thu, Nov 24||@ Detroit||12:30 PM CBS|
|13||Thu, Dec 1||vs Dallas||8:25 PM NBC|
|14||Sun, Dec 11||@ Jacksonville||1:00 PM FOX|
|15||Sun, Dec 18||vs Indianapolis||1:00 PM CBS|
|16||Sat, Dec 24||@ Green Bay||1:00 PM FOX|
|17||Sun, Jan 1||vs Chicago||1:00 PM FOX|