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    Re: Tickets Available

    "walleye" wrote:
    I'm not saying its not cheap its cheap definetly. Its just that in my opinion being the season ticket holder means everything. How would the person who bought all those tickets feel if come january the vikes are 12-4 and set for a first round bye and a home game in the playoffs and they won't get to go after going to all the games(minus the packers). It would be pretty damn disapointing. I went to the playoff game last year being a season ticket holder and as sad of a game it was it was just amazing how awesome it was. When adrian broke free for our first touchdown that place was electric. thats what iss all about
    where are you going to find someone to sell you season tickets AND playoff tickets for that price?

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    No, what I'm getting at is that he has the season ticket ownership. They make you pay for season tickets, but whoever buys these tixs from this dude prolly won't have the chance to buy the playoff seats if they are available.

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    "walleye" wrote:
    No, what I'm getting at is that he has the season ticket ownership. They make you pay for season tickets, but whoever buys these tixs from this dude prolly won't have the chance to buy the playoff seats if they are available.
    And who's going to sell yo utheir season ticket ownership??
    Why don't you just buy your own season tickets?
    There's not much of a wait list, if any.

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    Re: Tickets Available

    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "walleye" wrote:
    No, what I'm getting at is that he has the season ticket ownership. They make you pay for season tickets, but whoever buys these tixs from this dude prolly won't have the chance to buy the playoff seats if they are available.
    And who's going to sell yo utheir season ticket ownership??
    Why don't you just buy your own season tickets?
    There's not much of a wait list, if any.


    Thats my whole point of this all. If your going to be willing to buy crappy seats like this which there isn't a high demand for you might as well be the season ticket owner. It really makes no sense to buy this type of package where your paying full price, not getting packer game, and won't get postseason priority.

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    You would get post season priority, I dont intend to go. Like some others, I jumped on the Favre bandwagon. He is my favorite QB of all time, although, he has dropped to #2 now that he was a drama queen idiot about coming back this time.

    1. He got the surgery
    2. Money down on a condo in minnesota
    3. Family booked a bunch of rooms in GB on Nov 1st for the vikes at lambone

    If someone purchases the whole season or the whole season minus the packers game, they would get the playoff rights. Do the vikings send you an invoice sometime in October? Do you have to pay for all three games up front(wild card,divisional,nfc championship)? Just wondering how that works.
    thanks
    tim

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    $50/bears ticket is cheaper than any other place I have seen, especially when your not paying any convenience charges. I believe you have to buy a preseason game with that one through the website.

    $100/packers ticket is high, but I plan on attending that game, but, everybody has a price.

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    Re: Tickets Available

    "green" wrote:
    You would get post season priority, I dont intend to go. Like some others, I jumped on the Favre bandwagon. He is my favorite QB of all time, although, he has dropped to #2 now that he was a drama queen idiot about coming back this time.

    1. He got the surgery
    2. Money down on a condo in minnesota
    3. Family booked a bunch of rooms in GB on Nov 1st for the vikes at lambone

    If someone purchases the whole season or the whole season minus the packers game, they would get the playoff rights. Do the vikings send you an invoice sometime in October? Do you have to pay for all three games up front(wild card,divisional,nfc championship)? Just wondering how that works.
    thanks
    tim
    In November, if the playoffs are a possibility, season ticket holders will get an invoice for two possible home playoff games (a team cannot host more than two games).
    You are required to commit to or buy both sets of home playoff tickets.
    If one or both games are not played at home, and you already paid for them, the money is credited toward next year's season tickets.
    You can also request a reimbursement by check.

    There were multiple ways to pay last year.
    If you pay it all upfront, you are charged for the divisional game and NFC Championship game.
    If the team hosts the wild card, you will get a credit on your account for the difference (div and championship games are more expensive).
    If you use the pay as you go plan, you are only charged for the games as they are scheduled.

    There is never an option to go to buy one playoff game but not the other.
    Only season ticket holders who purchase their playoff tickets are eligible for the Vikings superbowl lottery shoud they go.
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

    =Z=

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    Re: Tickets Available

    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "green" wrote:
    You would get post season priority, I dont intend to go. Like some others, I jumped on the Favre bandwagon. He is my favorite QB of all time, although, he has dropped to #2 now that he was a drama queen idiot about coming back this time.

    1. He got the surgery
    2. Money down on a condo in minnesota
    3. Family booked a bunch of rooms in GB on Nov 1st for the vikes at lambone

    If someone purchases the whole season or the whole season minus the packers game, they would get the playoff rights. Do the vikings send you an invoice sometime in October? Do you have to pay for all three games up front(wild card,divisional,nfc championship)? Just wondering how that works.
    thanks
    tim
    In November, if the playoffs are a possibility, season ticket holders will get an invoice for two possible home playoff games (a team cannot host more than two games).
    You are required to commit to or buy both sets of home playoff tickets.
    If one or both games are not played at home, and you already paid for them, the money is credited toward next year's season tickets.
    You can also request a reimbursement by check.

    There were multiple ways to pay last year.
    If you pay it all upfront, you are charged for the divisional game and NFC Championship game.
    If the team hosts the wild card, you will get a credit on your account for the difference (div and championship games are more expensive).
    If you use the pay as you go plan, you are only charged for the games as they are scheduled.

    There is never an option to go to buy one playoff game but not the other.
    Only season ticket holders who purchase their playoff tickets are eligible for the Vikings superbowl lottery shoud they go.
    I still have my NFC Championship ticket from last year.
    Booooooooooo.

    =Z=

    Thanks to Josdin for the awesome sig!

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    Re: Tickets Available

    "Zeus" wrote:
    "NodakPaul" wrote:
    "green" wrote:
    You would get post season priority, I dont intend to go. Like some others, I jumped on the Favre bandwagon. He is my favorite QB of all time, although, he has dropped to #2 now that he was a drama queen idiot about coming back this time.

    1. He got the surgery
    2. Money down on a condo in minnesota
    3. Family booked a bunch of rooms in GB on Nov 1st for the vikes at lambone

    If someone purchases the whole season or the whole season minus the packers game, they would get the playoff rights. Do the vikings send you an invoice sometime in October? Do you have to pay for all three games up front(wild card,divisional,nfc championship)? Just wondering how that works.
    thanks
    tim
    In November, if the playoffs are a possibility, season ticket holders will get an invoice for two possible home playoff games (a team cannot host more than two games).
    You are required to commit to or buy both sets of home playoff tickets.
    If one or both games are not played at home, and you already paid for them, the money is credited toward next year's season tickets.
    You can also request a reimbursement by check.

    There were multiple ways to pay last year.
    If you pay it all upfront, you are charged for the divisional game and NFC Championship game.
    If the team hosts the wild card, you will get a credit on your account for the difference (div and championship games are more expensive).
    If you use the pay as you go plan, you are only charged for the games as they are scheduled.

    There is never an option to go to buy one playoff game but not the other.
    Only season ticket holders who purchase their playoff tickets are eligible for the Vikings superbowl lottery shoud they go.
    I still have my NFC Championship ticket from last year.
    Booooooooooo.

    =Z=
    As do I... sniff...
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

    =Z=

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    Re: Tickets Available

    "walleye" wrote:
    "i_bleed_purple" wrote:
    "walleye" wrote:
    No, what I'm getting at is that he has the season ticket ownership. They make you pay for season tickets, but whoever buys these tixs from this dude prolly won't have the chance to buy the playoff seats if they are available.
    And who's going to sell yo utheir season ticket ownership??
    Why don't you just buy your own season tickets?
    There's not much of a wait list, if any.


    Thats my whole point of this all. If your going to be willing to buy crappy seats like this which there isn't a high demand for you might as well be the season ticket owner. It really makes no sense to buy this type of package where your paying full price, not getting packer game, and won't get postseason priority.
    Kind of siding with walleye here (sorry gh).
    If you are going to spend $225 on the season, you might be better off buying season tickets form vikings.com.
    There are pleanty of season tickets left in the $250 range:
    Section 203
    Row 26
    Seats 26-27
    US $250.00 (Adult) x 2

    Section 223
    Row 29
    Seats 22-23
    US $250.00 (Adult) x 2

    Section 221
    Row 27
    Seats 25-26
    US $250.00 (Adult) x 2

    If you want a half season package, you can also do better at vikings.com.
    Gold Package (5 games including GB game and 1 preseason)
    Section 221
    Row 8
    Seats 21-22
    US $300.00 (Adult) x 2

    Purple Package (5 games including Bears game and 1 preseason)
    Section 218
    Row 16
    Seats 1-2
    US $240.00 (Adult) x 2



    Section 221
    Row 16
    Seats 22-23
    US $240.00 (Adult) x 2



    Section 228
    Row 26
    Seats 3-4
    US $240.00 (Adult) x 2



    Section 215
    Row 17
    Seats 19-20
    US $240.00 (Adult) x 2

    The only way that buying from GH would be a good deal is if you bought individual game tickets, as there are not any $30 single game tickets left for most games.

    EDIT:
    I stand corrected.
    GH's half season offer was better than the vikings.com one, but the seats were better at vikings.com
    Zeus wrote:
    When are you going to realize that picking out the 20 bad throws this year and ignoring the 300 good ones does not make your point?

    =Z=

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