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Huskers/Gophers – Vikings/Chiefs Combo 10/17-18 Bus #1 (Sold Out) Bus #2 Filling up!
Huskers/Gophers – Vikings/Chiefs Combo 10/17-18 Bus #1 (Sold Out) Bus #2 Filling up!

10/17/2015 - 10/18/2015

Travel with WNAX to Minneapolis for a combo trip to see the Nebraska Cornhuskers take on the Minnesota Gophers in TCF Bank Stadium on Saturday and the Minnesota Vikings battle the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday!

The game time for Huskers-Gophers game hasn’t been announced.  If an 11am game, we will leave on Friday.  If the game is 2:30pm or later, we will depart Saturday morning. There will be an additional hotel charge if we have to leave Friday evening.

What you get:

  • Round trip motor coach transportation
  • Overnight stay at Marriott Minneapolis West
  • Ticket(s) to Gophers-Huskers game
  • Ticket(s) to Vikings-Chiefs
  • Drop-off/Pick-up to/from game
  • Optional shopping at Mall of America

Option #1: (Lower level tickets) $429 per person double; $419 per person triple; $409 per person quad; $469 single.

Option #2 (Upper level tickets) $329 per person double; $319 per person triple; $309 per person quad; $369 single.

Option #3 (Premium tickets) $529 per person double; $519 per person triple; $509 per person quad; $569 per person single.

To sign up, call 800-843-0089 or email scrawford@wnax.com !

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