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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Vikings season-ticket holders will have chance beginning this week to get an interactive look at the new stadium being built in downtown Minneapolis.
The Vikings and Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment will open a 7,500-square-foot preview center in a building next to the construction site. It has club seat and suite replicas and a panoramic view of various vantage points in the new stadium.
The Vikings are trying to get season-ticket holders to renew their interest in the team. Most of the seats in the new stadium require purchase of a one-time seat license in order to buy season tickets. Those license fees range from $500 to $9,500.
The cost of the stadium suites range from $110,000 to $500,000 per season.
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