As the season winds down for the Minnesota Wild, a postseason run seems more and more likely. With six games left in the regular season, the team has a firm grip on the wildcard spot and that means fans are taking steps to lock in seats to see the playoff action.
The efforts of a University of Minnesota student have helped change the way the University sells season tickets. This spring, the University began bundling ticket packages.
The Minnesota Wild say digital ticketing will replace paper tickets for season ticket holder starting in the upcoming season. Wild chief operating officer Matt Majka says the time is right to make the move.
The season may be over, but the excitement from the Minnesota Wild’s playoff run is carrying over. Kyle Domin signed on with the Wild as an account executive right before the playoffs. He didn’t know what he was in for.
If you want to take in a Minnesota Vikings game at TCF Bank Stadium next year and you’re not a season-ticket holder, they’re going to be hard to come by. Vikings team officials said Friday they’ve currently slotted every seat at the stadium on the University of Minnesota campus for fans with season tickets.
Longtime Wild fan Jim Ariola doesn’t mince words when it comes to the NHL lockout.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have been saying all season that the playoffs are the goal this year. Now they’re putting their money where their mouth is.
George Kemp is a long time Minnesota Wild season ticket owner. He’s been with the team since it began in 2000. He said he was really looking forward to the season.
The Minnesota Wild say they’re keeping their season ticket prices unchanged for next season.
The Minnesota Twins have announced their season ticket prices for 2012, and they will not change from the prices charged this season.
My season tickets arrived this weekend. I did a happy dance when I opened the box.
If you were hoping for Twins season tickets this year, you’re out of luck. The Twins announced Wednesday that they have capped season ticket sales for 2011 at 25,000.
The team announced earlier this week that Monday’s tickets are general admission and seats are a first-come, first-serve basis until the space runs out. But some season ticket holders say that leaves them out in the cold.