Part of the new Vikings stadium financing plan rests squarely on the shoulders of fans.
“The state has agreed to sell $125 million in personal seat licenses on the team’s behalf. The licenses will range in price from $500 to $10,000, although the average seat license will cost $2,500 each.
“And three out of four fans will have to buy a license in the 65,000 seat stadium. The licenses are one-time fees, that give buyers ownership of the seat. They’re also commodities that can be traded or sold,” writes MPR News reporter Tim Nelson.
License holders still need to buy tickets to get access to games.
Today’s Question: Are personal seat licenses a good investment?