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Vikings @ Dallas 11/1-4 (SOLD OUT)
Vikings @ Dallas 11/1-4 (SOLD OUT)

11/01/2013 - 11/04/2013

WNAX is traveling to Dallas to see the Vikings take on the Cowboys! This is a 4-day, 3-night trip to the Big D!

Friday:
Travel to Oklahoma City, visit Oklahoma City Bombing site, spend the night.
Saturday: Travel to Dallas, tour Cowboys Stadium, then your choice: The brand new George W. Bush Presidential Library or 6th Floor Museum & Dealy Plaza.
Saturday Night: ***Optional Memphis Grizzlies vs. Dallas Mavericks (Interested?)
Sunday: Gameday!  Minnesota Vikings at Dallas Cowboys
Following the game, travel to Oklahoma City.
Monday: Travel from Oklahoma City to Yankton.

100-200 Level seating price: $699 per person double; $659 per person triple; $639 per person quad; $829 single.
400 Level seating price: $599 per person double; $559 per person triple; $539 per person quad; $729 single.
Party Pass seating (Standing room only) Price: $499 per person double; $459 per person triple; $439 per person quad; $629 single.
You need only a $100 per person deposit to reserve seats!
Call 800-843-0089 or email scrawford@wnax.com!

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