MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — No matter their records, the Vikings-Packers football games are always a hot ticket.

This Sunday’s match up is already record-setting. The game is the first regular season game at U.S. Bank Stadium. Right now, the average price for a ticket on the secondary market is almost $450.

We checked three major online resale sites and couldn’t find any tickets cheaper than $200 dollars apiece. Remember, the Vikings say there are a lot of fake tickets out there.

The only authorized re-sellers of tickets are the Vikings’ ticket office, the NFL Ticket Exchange and Ticketmaster.

Comments (5)
  1. Theblacksun annunaki says:

    Embarrassing!! So if you’re a family you can forget about going to any viking games this season or be prepared to spend almost 500 plus dollars…sad day for Minnesota when a family of 3 can’t afford to see their home team play football unless your wealthy

    1. fanforlife says:

      I paid $453 for 3 tix to see them last year at TCF Stadium. The secondary market for ticket sales has made seeing games almost out of the question.

  2. Ridiculous! Packers 35 – Vikings 17