Chicago Bears Vs Minnesota Vikings Tickets
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Every football fan is anxiously waiting for the game between Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings. Both the teams have practiced hard and are all geared up to defeat the opponent. These teams are among the toughest in the American football. Chicago Bears' game record shows eighteen Divisional and nine League championship wins whereas Minnesota Vikings has eighteen Divisional and four Conference Championships to its name. Get ready for the most anticipated game of the season by purchasing Chicago Bears VS Minnesota Vikings tickets.
Minnesota Vikings plays in the National Football League. It is a part of the National Football Conference North division. The team was formed almost six decades ago in 1953. The Vikings are headquartered at the Winter Park in Eden Prairie and its official home field is the TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. The team's owner and chairman is Zygi Wilfd whereas general manager is Rick Spielman and head coach is Mike Zimmer. The official team colors are white, gold and purple. Viktor the Viking is the mascot and Skol Vikings is the fight song. The Vikings has yet to win a Super Bowl Championship. Pro Football Hall of Fame players of the side are Ron Yary, Jim Langer, Paul Krause, Dave Casper, Gary Zimmerman and Warren Moon. The current roster includes star players such as Zach Line, Rodney Smith, Jerome Simpson, Matt Kalil, Larry Dean, Chase Baker and Joe Berger.
Chicago Bears was founded almost a century back in 1919. The team is a part of the National Football League. It plays in the National Football Conference North division. The Bears are headquartered at the Lake Forest in Illinois. Chicago Bear won eight NFL Championships before the AFL-NFL merger and also won a Super Bowl Championship in 1985. The team's uniform colors are white, orange and dark navy. Staley Da Bear is the mascot whereas "Bear Down Chicago Bears" is the fight song. Soldier Field is the home stadium of the Bears and they have been playing at this venue for over a decade. Pro Football Hall Of Fame has 27 members of the Bears which is in fact the highest number of players from any team in the NFL. Chicago Bears has a long standing rivalry with Green Bay Packers.
Chicago Bears VS Minnesota Vikings is expected to attract large numbers of football fans to the Soldier Field, that is home of the Bears. This will be the ultimate faceoff of this season so no one should miss it. Both the teams have a huge fan following and therefore fan turnout will be huge. So make your bookings of Chicago Bears VS Minnesota Vikings tickets at the earliest.
Chicago Bears Vs Minnesota Vikings Tickets Prices
The average Chicago Bears Vs Minnesota Vikings tickets price will cost you between $290 and $521, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis on 29/12/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 29/09/2019 at the Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago.
Minimum get in price is for Chicago Bears Vs Minnesota Vikings tickets is $11 for the event being held at the US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis on 29/12/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Soldier Field Stadium, Chicago on 29/09/2019 will set you back $12.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price (Minimum Price)|
|Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings||Chicago||29-Sep-19||$521||$12|
|Minnesota Vikings vs. Chicago Bears||Minneapolis||29-Dec-19||$290||$11|
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