Season Ticket Owner Terms and Conditions
The subscriber hereby acknowledges that any rights granted hereunder are in the nature of a personal revocable license. The Minnesota Vikings management will use its best efforts to annually allocate and license seats under various ticket plans but retains the rights to refuse, to renew, limit the number and determine the location of such seats.
Season Ticket licenses are transferable only to an immediate family member (spouse or child). The name that appears on the first line of the account is considered the Season Ticket Owner of record. Any violation will automatically void this subscription agreement.
The Vikings reserve the right to cancel a Season Ticket license for reasons including, but not limited to, the following: failure to meet payment deadlines; drunken, disorderly, or improper behavior. The Season Ticket subscriber is responsible for the conduct of users of the tickets issued. Season Tickets are not refundable or exchangeable.
Season Ticket Payment Address
Minnesota Vikings Football Club, Inc.
S D S 12-0915
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55486-0915
Change of Address
Address changes must be submitted in writing by the ticket owner of record to the Ticket Office. A form is included on your ticket invoice, or you may send in a letter or postal change-of-address card. If the Season Tickets are registered to a business, the change of address is required on new company letterhead. It is the Season Ticket Owner's responsibility to notify the Vikings Ticket Office of any change in address to insure prompt delivery of tickets and correspondence.
Transfer of Ownership
The name that appears on the first line of the account is considered the Season Ticket Owner of record.
Personal Season Ticket accounts are transferable to a spouse or an immediate son or daughter. We ask that the Season Ticket owner complete a transfer form, with his/her signature notarized, and return it to the Vikings Ticket Office. The transfer form can be obtained by calling the Minnesota Vikings Ticket Office. In the event of a Season Ticket Owner's death, the rights for the tickets go to the surviving spouse, whom we ask to send a copy of the obituary or death certificate.
In the event of marriage or remarriage, a copy of the marriage certificate is required to change the name on an account.
Company-owned tickets are transferable upon the sale of the company, provided an officer sends proper documentation showing completion of the sale and the new name of the company.
Replacement Ticket Policies
If tickets are lost or stolen, requests for re-printed tickets will be accepted in writing from the Season Ticket Owner of record only. This request must include the exact seat location for the tickets that are missing, as well as the date of the game involved. Re-printed tickets are made available for pickup at the Vikings Ticket Office by the Season Ticket Owner or their designated representative. These re-prints are available to be picked up the Friday before the game in question or on the day of the game itself. Identification is required for pickup. There is a $5.00 per ticket handling charge.
Wrong Date Tickets
Those attending a game with tickets for the wrong date need to report to the Vikings Ticket Office to make arrangements.
Away Game Tickets
There is no public sale of tickets for the Vikings' road games. The visiting team allotment of tickets is just enough to cover the internal needs of the club. You may contact the host team to find out what their availability of tickets is.
Game Date/Time Changes
The Vikings and the NFL reserve the right to change the date and/or starting time of the professional football game shown on the front of the game ticket. In the event of such a change, all the media will be alerted and emails will be sent to all season ticket owners. No such change shall entitle the ticket holder to a refund of the purchase price for this or any other Vikings ticket.
Every person, regardless of age, needs a ticket for admittance to the stadium. Please come to the Viking Ticket Office on game day for a complimentary Baby/Infant pass if your child is less than 36 inches in height. The Baby/Infant must be present to acquire the lap seat pass and pass holders must immediately enter the stadium. It will be up to the discretion of the Ticket Office in distributing passes. Children taller than 36 inches in height will require their own assigned seat ticket and are not eligible for the complimentary lap seat ticket program.
Season Ticket Owners automatically receive first priority for re-ordering their seats for post-season tickets. Playoff invoices are usually sent out in mid-November, and full payment is due in early December. Your playoff invoice will be for two possible home games. Season Ticket Owners must buy tickets for both games. All playoff monies for unplayed home games will be credited to your season ticket account. The Season Ticket Owner may also request a refund of this credit in writing, following the playoffs.
Entering The Stadium
To help control the influx of people entering, please use the specific gate listed on your tickets.
Season Ticket Owner Super Bowl Lottery
If the Vikings are participating in a Super Bowl, a computerized lottery is held to determine which season ticket owners are eligible to purchase tickets. Only those season ticket members who have purchased all of their playoff game tickets are eligible for the Super Bowl Lottery.
The number of chances that each season ticket owner will receive in the lottery is based on the number of consecutive years that such season ticket owner has held season tickets multiplied by the number of seats currently held. Each lottery winner will be eligible to purchase two tickets to the Super Bowl. If the Vikings are not a Super Bowl participant, there will be no lottery for season ticket owners.
For further information please call 612-338-4537.