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Vikings vs Lions 12/28-29 (2 buses SOLD OUT)
Vikings vs Lions 12/28-29 (2 buses SOLD OUT)

12/28/2013 - 12/29/2013

This is the final regularly scheduled game at the Metrodome!

See the Vikings battle the Detroit Lions and rip out your seats at the end of the game! 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.

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

Bus #1 is full, however, CALL NOW to reserve your seat on the 2nd bus!

The price: $329 per person double; $319 per person triple; $309 per person quad; $369 per person single.

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

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