If Vikings win, historic home-field Super Bowl could require steepest ticket ever

Last week’s heros Case Keenum, Stefon Diggs and their Vikings first have to get through the tough Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday for the NFC championship, but their skol-chanting fans of the north are already well on their way to driving up Super Bowl LII ticket prices to record-setting territory.

The reason? A potential hometown Super Bowl looms.

In fact, just the odds that the Vikings could be playing in their newly built home stadium for the Super Bowl could send prices above $10,000, making it the most expensive sporting event in history, at least according to estimates by secondary-market ticket broker TicketIQ.

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