Minnesota Vikings Suites

U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
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Minnesota Vikings Suite Prices

How much do Minnesota Vikings suites cost?

Minnesota Vikings suite prices at U.S. Bank Stadium will vary based on suite level, opponent and availability. On average, Vikings suites will range from $16,000 - $35,000 per regular season game. The suite price will include the tickets, parking passes and in most cases, a catering package.

Suite Levels at U.S. Bank Stadium

All-Inclusive VIP Couch

12 Tickets
2 Parking

Loft Suite

18 Tickets

Norseman Suite

18 Tickets
22 Capacity

Norseman Lounge Suite

12 Tickets

Turf Suite

24 Tickets

Mini-Turf Suite

14 Tickets

Touchdown Suite

24 Tickets

Valhalla Suite

24 Tickets

Cabin Suite

50 Tickets

U.S. Bank Stadium Event Planning Guide

Suite Experience Group helps customers plan trips to games and concerts at venues nationwide. In this section we’ve compiled key considerations for planning your next event in a suite at U.S. Bank Stadium:

ARRIVING AT US BANK STADIUM

Gates will open 2.5 hours prior to Vikings games. It may be best to arrive early in order to avoid heavy traffic in downtown Minneapolis. 

PARKING

Minnesota Vikings suites come with parking passes that list the appropriate parking lots for your suite. 

BAG POLICY

U.S. Bank Stadium prohibits all backpacks, fanny packs, and purses from entering the stadium. Clear plastic bags and small clutch bags will be permitted, but most other types of bags will not. Please be aware of this prior to arrival at U.S. Bank Stadium.

SECURITY

In addition to the bag policy, U.S. Bank Stadium security officials will pat down guests upon entering the stadium. The Minnesota Vikings are dedicated to ensuring fan safety at all U.S. Bank Stadium events. 

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Vikings Spotlight

Current NFL Season

The Minnesota Vikings’ 2018 season showed some promise, even if it didn’t include a trip to the playoffs to try and avenge the NFC Championship Game loss to Philadelphia the year prior.

The Vikings’ season started innocently enough, with a win against San Francisco and, on the heels of a 22-point fourth quarter, a tie at Green Bay. However, an up-and-down campaign followed, with Minnesota finishing 8-7-1 and failing to reach the playoffs after losing to division rival Chicago in the final game of the season.

Despite not reaching the playoffs, Kirk Cousins finished with almost 4,300 yards passing and 30 touchdowns in his first season as Vikings quarterback. Minnesota’s passing attack ranked 8th among the 32 NFL teams, but the rushing attack was ranked 30th. Third-year running back Dalvin Cook feels like he’s fully... MORE

Past Spotlights

After reaching the NFC Championship game, the Minnesota Vikings are adding more fire power to their already talented roster. The Vikings wasted no time in free agency by signing quarterback Kirk Cousins. Cousins is already one of the league's best quarterbacks and it's possible his best games have yet to come. Cousins will now get to throw to one of the best wide receiver tandems in the NFL with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen. While Latavius Murray stepped in nicely at running back, Vikings fans are eager to see Dalvin Cook back from injury. While there's plenty to like on the offensive side of the ball, it's the Vikings defense that usually stands out. The Vikings finished 2017 with the first-ranked team in total defense. To continue their defensive dominance, the Vikings also signed Sheldon Richardson in free agency. General manager Brian Gutekunst and Mike Zimmer have the 2018 Minnesota Vikings ready to be a Super Bowl contender. 

When it comes to luxury in the NFL, U.S. Bank Stadium comes to mind. Luxury suites for the Vikings have it all for fans including premium in-suite catering, VIP parking, private entry into the venue and exclusive access to VIP clubs. Suite options at U.S. Bank Stadium include Turf Suites which will put you right on the grass, just feet away from your favorite NFL stars. Experience end zone celebrations like no one else can from one of the Touchdown suites. Touchdown suites are just above the field level right behind the end zones. Valhalla suites are considered the most upscale option at U.S. Bank Stadium. Valhalla suites are located on the Vikings sideline just 17 rows up from the field. The Norseman suites and lounges can be found on either sideline just 36 rows up from the grass. Some say the Norseman suites offer one of the best vantage points in the entire stadium. Just above the 200-level seating, you can find the Loft suites and Cabin suites.

U.S. Bank Stadium is home to the Vikings, but it will also be hosting many events perfect for business or pleasure including Taylor Swift, Beyonce & Jay-Z, ESPN X-Games, Kenny Chesney, Ed Sheeran and the 2019 NCAA Men's Final Four. Experince a suite experience at U.S. Bank Stadium today.

Offense: The 2017 Minnesota Vikings will look to make history as the first team to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium. With US Bank Stadium hosting Super Bowl LII, the Vikings look primed to be contenders in the NFL North division. The Adrian Peterson era is now over in Minneapolis, making way for a new crop of talented running backs. The Vikings made a big splash in free agency signing powerful running back Latavious Murray from the Oakland Raiders. Subsequently, the Vikings drafted running back Dalvin Cook in the first round of the 2017 NFL draft. Cook has lightning speed and is a constant homerun threat; he was regarded by many as the most explosive running back in this year's draft. With Sam Bradford returning at quarterback, the Vikings have the ideal game manager for their run-heavy offense. Bradford, now in year two with the Vikings, should be much more familiar with Mike Zimmer's offense. The Vikings also added wide receiver Michael Floyd in the offseason. Floyd is a big-bodied target that the Vikings have lacked for years. 

Defense: The Vikings defense will be spearheaded in 2017 by Pro-Bowlers Everson Griffin (DE) and Harrison Smith (S). Harrison Smith is one of the most versatile safety's in the NFL. He is equally as good in coverage as he is playing at the line of scrimmage. Linebacker Anthony Barr had a bit of a down year in 2016, but look for him to bounce back to elite form in 2017. Barr has a unique combination of pass-rushing ability and coverage skills. Erik Kendricks returns as Minnesota's leading tackler. Minnesota's secondary found a huge boost last season with the play of cornerback Xavier Rhodes. Rhodes established himself as a borderline shutdown corner earning his first nod to the Pro Bowl. 

Schedule: In its second season, the beautiful US Bank Stadium will play host to these opponents: Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens, LA Rams and Cincinnati Bengals. 

Suites and Special Events: US Bank Stadium will be the home of Super Bowl LII. US Bank Stadium offers a variety of luxury suites for every occasion: Turf Suites, Loft Suites, Touchdown Suites, Norseman Suites, Valhalla Suites, and Norseman Lounge Suites. Suite options can accommodate your party of up to 32 people.  Suites at US Bank Stadium feature state-of-the-art technology, VIP parking, high-end furnishings, HD televisions, and most importantly a fantastic (& exclusive) view of the field.