U.S. Bank Stadium Ranks 17th in Most Expensive NFL Stadiums
Anyone who's ever watched a Minnesota Vikings game at U.S. Bank Stadium knows it's not a cheap experience.
Despite having no fans at U.S. Bank Stadium this past season, fans will most certainly be welcomed back next season, which is good, that will give you a chance to save some money.
A sports betting site, TN Bets, calculated the cost for attending an NFL game by adding the cost of one general admission ticket, two beers, a hot dog and parking. Add it all up, and you're looking at an average price of $150.50 to go cheer on the Vikes.
That price is just below the league average of $157.07 per game. The most expensive NFL stadium is the new Raiders home in Las Vegas, a game there will set you back an average $236.97. Rounding off the top 5 are the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers at $192.93.
One beer at a Raiders game in Vegas will set you back $13, U.S. Bank Stadium is a real bargain at only $10 a beer. The most expensive hot dogs are found watching a Raiders, Rams, and Chargers at the cost of $7.50. The Dallas Cowboys top the list for most expensive parking at $75.
TN Bets also found that 37% of sports fans believe that all fans will be in the stands by the end of 2021, 21% feel it won’t fully return to full attendance until 2022.