Vikings to Keep Ticket Prices the Same in 2009

From: ProFootballTalk.com

The Minnesota Vikings have vowed not to raise ticket prices for the 2009 season, and instead will sell all tickets for the same price as they sold this year.

“Our family and ownership group have been energized by the passion of Vikings fans since we took ownership of the team,” Vikings owner/President Mark Wilf said in a statement. “We feel this decision will give more fans the opportunity to share in the experience that has created a tremendous home-field advantage which we look to continue as we build a championship team.”

The Vikings have sold out every home game for more than 10 years in a row and appear poised to win the NFC North, so they probably could have gotten away with a price increase. But instead they’ll keep prices where they are, marking the first time since 1998 that the Vikings didn’t raise the prices of any tickets.

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