5 things the Vikings said about TCF Bank Stadium changes - KMSP-TV

5 things the Vikings said about TCF Bank Stadium changes

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The Minnesota Vikings are responding to complaints over season ticket location changes and price hikes as the team prepares to move to the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium.

- The Vikings said the season ticket price increase at TCF Bank Stadium is because the "fan experience" will be better (like more bathrooms and better food).

- Many lower level Vikings season ticket holders were moved to upper level seats. The team said they had no choice, with fewer seats at the University of Minnesota stadium.

- Season ticket holders who maintain an active account at TCF Bank Stadium will receive seat selection priority at the new stadium.

- The is technically no 50 yard line seating at TCF (it's an aisle).

- TCF Bank Stadium suite owners have first right of refusal for Vikings games. TCF has 38 suites, compared to 60 at the Metrodome.

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