With just two days until the Minnesota Vikings home opener at their brand spankin’ new US Bank Stadium, tickets for their matchup against the Green Bay Packers are the highest the team has seen in years.

Right now the game has an average resale price of $424, which makes it by far the most in-demand Vikings game since at least 2010. The next closest game is actually the matchup with the Cowboys later this year, which currently has an average resale price of $250. The closest game that has already been played is a 2010 matchup against the Packers, which had an average resale price of $198.

Tickets for Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings


Despite record-setting ticket prices, over the last week there has been a slight decrease. On September 7, the median listing price was $522, versus the $447 calculated on September 13.

Currently, this Vikings-Packers game is the third most expensive regular season game this season, behind two Patriots home games. The only individual event in the state of Minnesota that was in more demand than this Vikings-Packers game was the 2014 All-Star Game, which had an average resale price of $548.

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