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Vikings vs Panthers 10/12-13 (SOLD OUT)
Vikings vs Panthers 10/12-13 (SOLD OUT)

10/12/2013 - 10/13/2013

See the Vikings battle Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in their last season at the Metrodome! This is a 2-day, overnight trip to Minneapolis.  We leave Yankton aboard a deluxe motor coach at 8am Saturday morning and pickup in Vermillion, Beresford, Canton, Sioux Falls and along I-90.

Your overnight stay is at a Marriott hotel.  Saturday evening, enjoy shopping and dinner at Mall of America OR Wicked!

***We have a limited number of tickets to WICKED at the Orpheum Theatre.  You may add this option to your trip for an additional $100. Broadway Show on Saturday, Vikings football on Sunday!

Sunday’s game against the Panthers starts at noon.  We plan to be at the stadium by 10:15am.  We’ll depart for home immediately following the game.

All tickets are lower level corner or end zone.

The price: $249 per person double; $239 per person triple; $229 per person quad; $329 per person single.

Call 800-843-0089 to reserve your seats or email scrawford@wnax.com!

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